Nineteen weeks ago, Loblaw Cos. Inc. decided to go with striploin steaks on the front page of its Victoria Day flyer. It was one of the more important decisions the flyer team will make this year.
Supermarket chains in Canada have been agonizing for weeks about their big meat sales for the unofficial kickoff to summer.
The world around us is changing, constantly evolving, with nary a thought or consideration for the things that have come before. It’s what brings us into the future, collectively – this unrelenting march toward the unknown – forcing us to adapt the way we live and do things as a result. The change we experience every day is brought on, or influenced, by a plethora of factors and variables, including the proliferation of technology, innovation in all its forms, and human behaviour, among many other things.
This change pulls us out of comfort zones. It shakes up the status quo. It compels us to learn, to understand what we don’t know and to push our limits of creativity and enterprise. In short, change challenges us to reimagine, rethink and reinvent ourselves.
And this, according to Joe Jackman, Founder and CEO of Jackman Reinvents Inc., is the real test of our character.
Empire Company has announced management changes to its executive committee. The changes are part of the final phase of the company's Project Sunrise transformation initiative.
St-Laurent is appointed to the newly created role of Chief Operating Officer (COO), Full Service. He assumes responsibility for merchandising, retail operations, and supply chain across the company's full service and community banners, including Sobeys, Safeway, IGA, Thrifty Foods and Foodland.
Michael Vels, Chief Financial Officer (CFO) is expanding his role, with Empire's Information Technology team now reporting to him. Empire has also created two new positions for Chief Information Officer and Head of Innovation and is currently searching for individuals to fill the roles. (Grocery Business Magazine)
Walmart has said that it will be raising the prices of many of its products as a result of a trade war between two of the world’s largest economies.
Retail expert Bruce Winder said that if Walmart is considering increasing the prices of their products, other stores will likely follow. “It’s going to be across the board, pretty much all retails or almost all retailers will have to raise prices because the bottom line is they buy a lot of products come from China.”
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