Daily Headlines

October 23, 2016
Dollar General Corporation Insiders look optimistic about prospects
by Christian Wheeler at Review Fortune
Canadians not yet buying into idea of online grocery shopping as retailers try to change behavior
by Hollie Shaw at Financial Post
Reuters: Mattel sales beat estimates as Barbie shines
Walmart’s price cuts could cost Target billions of dollars
by Phil Wahba at Fortune
Kroger rival gets acquired
by Steve Watkins at Cincinnati Business Courier
Apple Mac event: October 27 in Cupertino
by Ina Fried at Recode
Wayfair teams with A&E for home improvement show
by Megan Woolhouse at Boston Globe
Any business on Facebook can now sell goods right from its Page
by Jason Del Rey at Recode
Target ranked No. 1 in corporate solar energy capacity
by Mike Hughlett at Star Tribune
Wal-Mart Plans to Crack Chinese Market by Delivering Within Hours
by Bloomberg News
Walgreens adds in-store pickup service
by Lauren Zumbach at Chicago Tribune
Adidas is going after Nike where it hurts
by Krystina Gustafson at CNBC
SuperValu Matches Profit Expectations, But Misses On Sales
by Tomi Kilgore at Fox Business
Walmart’s Vudu Launches Free Ad-Supported Video on Demand
by Jack Neff at Ad Age
Ex-American Apparel CEO Seeks to Leave the Death Threats Behind in New Job
by Phil Wahba at Fortune
Amazon reportedly eyes broadband Internet service in Europe
by John Cook at Geekwire
Retired Walmart and Sam’s Club leader Ron Loveless dies
by Dan Holtmeyer at Northwest Arkansas Democrat Gazette
Kroger may not buy Walgreens-Rite Aid stores: sources
by Josh Kosman at NY Times
In a Wal-Mart First, the CEO Turns Pitchman (subs.)
Sarah Nassauer at Wall Street Journal