Jim Haines

Associate Art Director,
Supermarket News
Gallery: 10 key Kroger data points
SN highlights 10 key data points about Kroger.
Albertsons-Safeway: What's happening now? (audio slideshow) 1
SN’s Western Retail Editor Elliot Zwiebach reports on size of the newly combined Albertsons and Safeway and how the company is handling banner names and leadership in this audio slideshow.
Video: Ed Crenshaw accepts SN Marketer of the Year Award
SN's Chris Keating presents Publix CEO Ed Crenshaw with the SN Marketer of the year award from at the FMI Midwinter Executive Conference in Miami Beach, Fla., on Jan. 27.
Gallery: CEO changes at Top 75 companies 3
The past year has seen shake-ups in leadership at several Top 75 companies.
Gallery: Top 75 retailers with the most stores
Alternative formats dominate the list of Top 75 retailers with the most stores, proving their sheer ubiquity remains one of the biggest challenges for traditional supermarkets.
Gallery: Top wholesalers of 2015
SN compiles a list of the top wholesalers for 2015.
Gallery: 2015 top alternative formats 2
Which alternative formats bring in the most sales? This list of top performing alternative formats is part of SN's Top 75 list of U.S. and Canadian retailers with the most food sales.
Gallery: C&S wins AWI bid, the salary survey and more trending articles
Stories in SN's e-newsletter about Food Lion's surprise CEO change, a new type of market in San Francisco, and grocery delivery via the U.S. Postal Service also piqued readers' interest.
Gallery: New Kroger, Delhaize America executives and other trending stories
This week's Top 10 also includes reader favorites such as Greg Foran's first Walmart U.S. speech, the Rouses lawsuit and Safeway quarterly results.
Video: Analyst foresees some Walmart 'cannibalization'
BB&T Capital’s Andrew Wolf says it’s “too soon to say” how Walmart’s new focus on its Neighborhood Markets will affect the performance of its Supercenters, but he does expect some “cannibalization” to occur.
Video: Walmart ‘doesn’t resonate’ with the middle class, analyst says 1
Andrew Wolf of BB&T Capital Markets says Walmart hasn’t been able to move its “addressable market” up to middle-income consumers.
Timeline: A brief history of the Demoulas dispute 4
Unraveling what happened in the aftermath of George’s death would become one of the longest, most expensive and contentious series of lawsuits in Massachusetts history —and its aftereffects still resonate at the company.
Quiz: Test your knowledge of the Power 50
Do you think you know the executives and companies on this year’s Power 50 list? Take the quiz and find out!
Gallery: Butter’s comeback
Butter is enjoying resurgence in popularity. Long the favorite fat of professional chefs, foodies and people unconcerned about their waistlines, butter is now being embraced by consumers interested in taste and natural ingredients.
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