Whole Foods sees a huge opportunity in small format stores, while Barnes & Noble hopes new leadership will be able to save a sinking ship.
News that the grocer has been overcharging customers comes at a particularly unwelcome time.
Wal-Mart is focused on reducing losses from theft, while also getting tough on suppliers. Here is why investors should applaud these moves.
The grocer is generating plenty of cash, but likely won't spend much of it on its stock this year.
This is how the pharmacy chain is fighting to bring back customers who left after cigarettes were stubbed out.
American healthcare is changing, and Rite Aid must change with it. Here are three ways the company is adapting, and a hint of the exciting opportunities those developments can provide for investors.
Organic grocery sales are surging, but Kroger is grabbing more of those gains than Whole Foods.
The king of retail is on the road to recovery, but there may be obstacles ahead to derail its efforts.
The grocer has been a friend to organic growers up to now, but its new produce rating program might undo all the good work
These two companies won’t be the first that come to mind for most investors considering an investing in the retail industry. And therein lies our opportunity.