Food Companies to Ex-Employees: Come Back, Please

Business Some food retailers and manufacturers are looking to fill staff shortages with former employees, who…

Eggs Are Getting Less Expensive—for Stores, Not Shoppers

The supply of eggs is expected to be disrupted as long as the bird-flu outbreak persists.

WSJ News Exclusive | Beyond Meat Hires Marketing Executive, Revamps Retail Strategy

WSJ News Exclusive Business Akerho Oghogomeh joins Red Bull to plant-based meat company as Beyond looks…

WSJ News Exclusive | Whole Foods Asks Suppliers to Lower Prices as Costs Ebb

The grocery chain told suppliers in a virtual summit that it wants to lower retail prices…

Amazon Raises Fees for Free Delivery on Online Grocery Orders

Business Prime members get free delivery on Amazon Fresh orders that spend more than $35 to…

WSJ News Exclusive | Stripe Sets One-Year Timetable to Decide on Going Public

The fintech startup hired Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan to advise on a direct listing or…

Albertsons Shareholders Set to Receive $4 Billion Dividend

The supermarket operator has been facing months of opposition from the attorney general, who tried to…

Albertsons-Kroger Deal Spooks Merger Pros

Market heard on the street Trying to Make Merger Arbitrage on a Supermarket Deal Is a…

Inflation Threatens a French Institution: Baguettes

world Europe French officials are rushing to help bakeries pay their energy bills so they can…

Albertsons’ $4 Billion Dividend Payout Remains Blocked as Washington State Attorney General Seeks Appeal

Business The state’s attorney general filed suit against Albertsons and Kroger in November to stop the…