With retirement of its Nashville division president, Kroger is making some executive moves.
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Lynn Gust, retiring, started his career with Kroger in 1970 as a parcel clerk at Fred Meyer's Fourth Plain store in Vancouver, Wash. and has served in a number of senior-level positions becoming president of Fred Meyer in 2012.
The collaboration will provide consumers with improved access to healthcare services with VCU Health’s MCV physicians and specialists supporting The Little Clinic locations.
A new retail brand called Main & Vine is entering Kroger’s extensive store portfolio soon.
Roundy's adds 151 stores and $4 billion in sales to the Kroger business.
"John [Standley's] done an incredible job and has an ubelievable pedigree across a whole number of positions at Rite Aid," Jonathan Aspatore, CEO ExecRank, shared with TheStreet in an interview.
"Partnering with key brands like trusource is allowing Kroger to build and provide a full product regimen to meet the needs of our customers," stated Travis Riepenhoff, Kroger drug/GM category manager.
MGA Entertainment is a privately-held developer, manufacturer and marketer of toy and entertainment products for children.
The nation’s largest supermarket operator reported profit that surpassed Wall Street expectations and raised its annual forecast.
Since 2010, the Kroger family of stores, in partnership with customers, associates and vendors, has donated a total of $14.8 million to help support the military and their families