Nathaniel Meyersohn, CNN



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Dollar stores are shutting down across America. They did this to themselves

These are tough times for two big US dollar store chains. In the past month, Family Dollar said it will close nearly 1,000 stores and 99 Cents Only said it will go out of business.

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Why Costco’s hot dog is still $1.50 when everything has gotten so expensive

Inflation has touched nearly everything these last few years — even Trader Joe’s 19-cent bananas. But Costco is holding the line on its hot dog-soda combo price.

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Family Dollar and Dollar Tree closes 1,000 stores

Family Dollar, the struggling discount chain that caters to low-income customers predominantly in cities, will close about 1,000 stores.

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Ozempic comes for gyms - how they’re responding

America’s gyms are adjusting their strategies as more of their members take weight loss drugs.

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Blocking Kroger’s mega-merger with Albertsons won’t save your local grocery store

Citing higher prices and weaker competition, the US government sued to block Kroger and Albertsons’ $25 billion mega-merger Monday. But scuttling the deal isn’t a given – and even if it’s ultimately dismantled, keeping the supermarket chains separate may not save your local grocery store.

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Macy's Revamps to Stay Relevant in Changing Retail Landscape

The retailer is closing 150 stores

Macy’s is getting a new, smaller, but more luxurious look designed to turn around the troubled retailer and keep the century-and-a-half old brand relevant to rapidly changing demands from shoppers.

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US government sues to block largest supermarket merger in history

The Federal Trade Commission on Monday sued to block the $25 billion deal between Kroger and Albertsons, alleging the largest supermarket merger in US history would lead to higher prices, store closures and job losses.

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Kellogg’s CEO faces backlash; says people should eat cereal for dinner to save money

“Let them eat Corn Flakes” appears to be Kellogg’s CEO Gary Pilnick’s advice to cash-strapped shoppers who are spending the highest portion of their income on food than at any point in the last 30 years.

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Gen Z and Millennials are putting their own spin on book clubs

From Dua Lipa to “silent” book clubs, Millennials and Gen Z are joining book clubs as a way to socialize.

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Gen Z/Millennials put own spin on book clubs

From Dua Lipa to “silent” book clubs, Millennials and Gen Z are joining book clubs as a way to socialize.

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