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Few things are as bleak or depressing as the American grocery store. Aisles and aisles lit by fluorescent light lined with thousands of plastic containers filled with foods created in factories with...
Online shopping for groceries is becoming more popular, especially among younger Americans. What does that mean for the twin behemoths competing for their hearts and minds? The answers might surprise...
Amazon has filed a trademark application that indicates it is considering going into direct competition with Blue Apron and other meal-kit delivery start-ups. Investors are not amused.
Target raised its EPS guidance this morning and said that it expects a slight increase in same-store sales for the second quarter. could hardly have released more impressive news than it has in the past month. However, its stock has stopped rising.
24/7 Wall St. has tried to consider companies and industries that are likely immune to the endless growth ambitions of Amazon. Some ideas have been promoted by Wall Street and some are original views.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and other research calls from Tuesday include Agilent, Apple, Citigroup, Exxon, M&T Bank, Snap, Toyota and Twitter.
Kroger (NYSE: KR), according to many people who follow the grocery business, faces an onslaught of competition, primarily from Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) which recently bought Whole Foods (NASDAQ: WFM)....
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and other research calls from Thursday include Amarin, American Express, Barrick Gold, Cameco, Groupon, ImmunoGen, JPMorgan and Whole Foods Market.
Can Target counter Amazon's acquisition of Whole Foods? Does it have to? Who are the likely prospects?
There are 10 IPOs on the calendar for the week of June 26, including meal delivery unicorn Blue Apron and five biotech firms. The total hoped-for capital raise exceeds $1.4 billion.
Speculation has arisen that Walmart will try to turn the tables and make a higher bid for the upscale food retailer Whole Foods than Amazon did.
Whole Foods shareholders have to approve the Amazon deal, and ultimately, if there is another offer, they may have the final decision.
Boeing said it may build a new moderate-sized plane, "Cars 3" edged out former champ "Wonder Woman" at the box office and the biding for Whole Foods may not be over.
24/7 Wall St. has taken a look at the earth-shattering events from the past week in the grocery space and given some analysis on how this might impact the rest of the industry.