News on Kroger (Ticker: KR) continually updated from thousands of sources around the net.
4 hrs ago | USA Today
Kroger is caught in the crossfire of the latest debate over gun rights, a delicate position for the nation's largest supermarket chain.
Maybe it takes being a former CEO to make the light shine through, but it's good to hear a little sensible talk on CEO pay from someone who's gotten those paychecks -in this case, Kroger chair and former CEO David Dillon, speaking at the Aspen Ideas Festival about his own final year compensation of $12.7 million: "While I don't really defend that ... (more)
David Dillon, the former CEO of the supermarket chain Kroger, told the audience of an Aspen Ideas festival that his pay in his last year on the job, which clocked in at nearly $13 million, " even seems ludicrous to me ."
Former Kroger Co. CEO David Dillon spoke out about skyrocketing executive pay during a panel at the Aspen Ideas Festival Former Kroger Co.
In a newly amended filing, Nierenberg Investment Management , led by David Nierenberg , disclosed that it welcomes John H. Lewis' Osmium Partners' decision to convert its stake in Rosetta Stone Inc. to activist from passive.
Food 4 Less reached a tentative agreement with the United Food and Commercial Workers union for a new contract for its Southland workers.
Kroger has been on a roll, with its 26 percent gain for the year making it one of the top performing Greater Cincinnati stocks so far in 2014.
Kroger CEO Rodney McMullen said at the company's annual meeting in late June that Kroger is open to doing another deal.
Y'S MARK VANDERHOFF TALKED TO A WITNESS WHO SAW THE CHILD TRAPPED IN THE CAR. Mark Vanderhoff: Police say 28-year-old Daniel Gnagy left his two-year-old son in the car when he walked into this Kroger on Brownsboro Road.
Negotiations are faltering between Food 4 Less and the United Food and Commercial Workers union over a new contract for its Southland workers.
Editor's note: Business First will host its Partners in Philanthropy event , which will honor Louisville-area businesses for their financial support of local charities and philanthropic enterprises, on Tuesday, Aug. 26, at the Galt House Hotel.
This time they went after Kroger. Fortunately, it seems that management at Kroger sees the Moms for what they are: Michael Bloomberg's bought-and-paid-for astroturf, and so their effort to pester Kroger into banning guns has failed.
A $50 million residential development being proposed at the corner of Central Parkway and Walnut Street could include a grocery store, and Kroger has been approached about the concept.
Updated: Sat Aug 30, 2014 09:46 am
Copyright © 2014 Topix LLC