Target said the plan to double the amount of its share buyback authorization represents a continued focus on returning cash to shareholders.
As Walgreens expands its MDLive telehealth platform to three states, a picture of the changing role of retail pharmacy is coming into focus.
Walgreens features exclusive beauty products in new challenge on the Challenged app.
Walgreens will use the app to integrate its Balance Rewards system with Apple Pay this fall.
Despite a 14.5% decline in same-store sales at Sears and 7% at Kmart in the first quarter ended May 2, Sears Holdings’ CFO says the company’s transformation is continuing apace.
Cardinal Health's acquisition of The Harvard Drug Group "further utilizes Red Oak, our joint venture with CVS Health to source generics," CEO says.
“This transition demonstrates Walmart’s commitment to long-term succession planning and keeping high caliber, capable leaders at the head of our company,” said outgoing chairman Rob Walton.
Kroger has promoted two executives with more than 30 years at Harris Teeter between them.
J. Crew vet assumes control of Peapod.
Amazon has come out looking good in Reputation Institute’s annual survey of America’s 50 most reputable companies in the retail industry.
Rite Aid on Thursday posted positive comps coming out of its fiscal first quarter.
Enhancements to Sam's Club's Club Pickup Service will save members the hour average time it takes to shop in-store, the warehouse club reported Thursday.
Target chief Brian Cornell talks to CNBC's Jim Cramer about what the company is doing to turn its business around. What else does Target have up its sleeve and how will it keep the momentum going?
Sycamore Partners is set to operate 330 former Family Dollar locations as Dollar Express.
Pharmabox has become the latest kiosk operator of health and beauty supplies.
Tim Theriault, EVP, global chief information officer, will step down from Walgreens Boots Alliance, effective June 1, for personal reasons
Dollar General Corp. on Thursday named Todd J. Vasos, COO, to the position of chief executive, effective June 3.
Rite Aid is looking forward to a robust store growth spate in the coming years, the chairman and CEO John Standley tells analysts.
Former Katz Group president and CEO assumes the reigns at 99 Cents Only Stores.
Ahold's U.S. private-label penetration reached 37.7% for first quarter 2015.
Over Memorial Day Weekend, the Rite Aid Foundation pledged $1.3 million to a charity dedicated to providing educational scholarships to children of fallen veterans.
Kroger has raised almost $12 million in the past five years to support the USO.
Dollar Tree to identify buyer of 330 Family Dollar locations in coming week.
Walgreens and Red Nose Day partners generated more than 3 billion impressions while raising awareness around child poverty.
LivingSocial picks up health and wellness and ecommerce veteran to become the company's CFO.