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Lowe's CEO Marvin Ellison spent years at major retailers including Home Depot and JCPenney.

How Lowe’s CEO Marvin Ellison went from making $4.35 an hour as a Target security guard to running the second biggest home-improvement retailer ...

Lowe's CEO Marvin Ellison got his start in the world of retail back in college. Since then, he's held top positions at Home Depot and JCPenney.

Lowe’s CEO explains why millennials aren’t killing the home-improvement market

Lowe's CEO Marvin Ellison told the audience at the NRF's 2019 "Big Show" that he doesn't think millennials are killing home improvement.

A Home Depot exec explains the key reason why pushing for ‘the store of the future’ could backfire

Home Depot's in-store experience and visual-merchandising director, Albert Vita, shared his thoughts on innovation and the store of the future.

The CEO of Kroger, America’s largest supermarket chain, explains why the company’s merger with the country’s 6th-favorite grocer put...

Kroger's CEO and chairman, Rodney McMullen, spoke about the grocery chain's omnichannel strategy at the National Retail Federation's 2019 Big Show.
Walmart CTO Jeremy King at NRF's Big Show.

Walmart exec reveals why it canceled its Amazon Go-like cashierless program in stores — and what the company is working on instead

Walmart CTO Jeremy King explained why the Scan & Go pilot — canceled in April — did not go national.
Marty will begin roaming all Giant grocery stores this year.

A googly-eyed robot is coming to 172 grocery stores across America

Giant Food Stores will be introducing Marty to its 172 stores through the first half of 2019 as part of a broader plan to introduce robots to retail.

The UK online grocer that’s helping Kroger battle Amazon blew up the biggest misconception about delivering groceries to Americans

The UK is much smaller than the US, but that doesn't mean that giving American customers online grocery coverage is inherently impossible.

Janet Yellen warns that the government shutdown will make people less willing to shop

Janet Yellen, former Federal Reserve chair, said that if the government shutdown continues, it could impact consumer sentiment and the retail sector.