Posts by Elliot Zwiebach

in Viewpoints Mar 31, 2016

Milestone anniversaries link industry's past to present

Business anniversaries are certainly a cause for celebration, and 2016 marks 100 years for Wegmans and United Supermarkets, and 90 years for AWG,....More
in SN Social Mar 07, 2016

5 Millennial takeaways from NGA

Retailers had Millennials on their minds during the annual convention of the National Grocers Association in Las Vegas, with a variety of speakers....More
in Viewpoints Oct 07, 2015

Nothing lasts forever: Just ask National Tea, Penn Fruit, Grand Union

Supermarkets, like all businesses, come and go. Some disappear suddenly, while others fade ever so slowly from sight....More
in SN Social May 19, 2015

Teel had youthful doubts about role in family business

Michael Teel, the new majority owner of Raley’s Supermarkets, once had doubts about his role in the company that bears his grandfather’s name....More
in Viewpoints May 11, 2015

From the heart

Just over 30 years ago the idea of a woman president of the Western Association of Food Chains — or any trade group — seemed foreign to some industry....More
in Total Access Feb 12, 2010

From A to Z: Anka to Zaucha

LAS VEGAS — Tom Zaucha does not plan to retire from his post as president and chief executive officer of the National Grocers Association until June....More
in Total Access Feb 11, 2010

Peter Pace: An Officer and a Gentle Man

Retired Gen. Peter Pace is a gentle man. For someone who spent 40 years in the military, including tours as a young combat soldier in Vietnam, you....More
in Total Access Feb 11, 2010

The Second Coming of Esther Peterson?

LAS VEGAS — A panel composed of retailers and an NGA executive was lamenting interference from the federal government at this morning's general....More
in Total Access Feb 10, 2010

Bush on Bush at NGA Convention

George W. Bush, the former president of the United States, didn't have to work hard Monday night to make the crowd at the opening general session of....More
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