Bristol Farms remodeled its store in Westwood Village, just south of the UCLA campus in West Los Angeles —by transforming the store’s bakery and liquor departments from boutique areas to in-aisle sections.
Whole Foods Market needs to lower prices to achieve sales and earnings growth — an undertaking that may require pressure from an outside activist or a leveraged buyout — a Wall Street analyst suggested in an extensive report.
Aldi is on trend and beginning to resonate more with consumers while Walmart is missing key trends and resonating less, according to participants in SN’s 20th annual Analysts Roundtable. What follows is the text for the third part of the discussion.
99 Cents Only Stores reported a net loss and declining comparable-store sales for the second quarter and first half ended July 31 — a result of “taking on too much too quickly,” Andrew Giancamilli, interim president and CEO, told investors Friday.
Sprouts Farmers Market hopes to boost annual sales per store to $20 million over the net four or five years, company executives told investors Thursday at the Goldman Sachs Global Retailing Conference in New York.
Albertsons said Wednesday the $1 billion lawsuit filed against it earlier in the week by Haggen is “an attempt to deflect attention from [Haggen’s] failure to comply with basic contractual obligations.