When Target recently released a limited-time retail selection from designer Lilly Pulitzer, problems started immediately. Target's website became overwhelmed, denying access to many shoppers. And stores were no better option — lines formed early in the morning, and...
With no federal budget in place, and tough rhetoric from the White House, Congress could be facing another shutdown this fall. The administration is threatening to veto any legislation that exceeds federal budget caps. On Capitol Hill, lawmakers are at odds over the appropriate...
The natural food trend in restaurants and Americans' dining habits is catching up to Tyson Foods. The Arkansas-based meat processor has announced its intention to eliminate human antibiotics from its chickens by September 2017, according to The Associated Press.
It's been clear for a while that a wide range of shoppers would like to do at least some of their grocery shopping online — not just folks who physically can't get to the store, but this group includes millennials, busy moms, young professionals, Baby Boomers and the...
Supermarkets are finding themselves challenged to balance customer service and competitive pricing, as overall customer satisfaction with the food retail industry declines.
As millions of American families are preparing to head back to school, the National Association for Uniformed Services (NAUS) and the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS) — both of which are Coalition valued associate...
We strongly urge the Senate and House conferees to roll back provisions in the Senate version of the FY16 National Defense Authorization Act, which dismantle long-standing legal protections for this benefit and require the Department of Defense to develop a plan to privatize...
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