|Original articles from Fortune.|
|Whole Foods Outlines New Prime Loyalty Plan|
Whole Foods met with suppliers in Austin in an attempt to quell concerns and uncertainty that have been brewing since the grocer was acquired by Amazon.
|Walmart Grocery Delivery Availability Grows to 40% Of U.S. Households|
The retailer said on Wednesday it was expanding the service to a total of 100 metropolitan areas by the end of the year, up from six currently.
|Apple, Spike Jonze Score With HomePod Ad|
Apple is never shy about hiring celebrities to hawk its products. The latest example is a new commercial aimed at selling the tech giant’s recently-released HomePod smart speakers.
|KFC Announces its First Female Colonel Sanders|
Despite some skepticism, relaunching the Colonel Sanders campaign in 2015 has brought KFC considerable success. A report of same-store sales growth is expected in early February.
|Target Offers Bleak Holiday Season Profit Forecast |
Target CEO Brian Cornell in a statement said that holiday season shoppers could expect an improved shopper experience thanks to “our investments in wages, training and additional hours.”
|Uber and Lyft Have Banned a Conservative Activist|
Conservative activist Laura Loomer was banned from the ride-sharing services on Wednesday after unleashing an anti-Muslim tweetstorm.
|Twitter Will Now Label Political Ads and Sources|
Twitter said on Tuesday it would add labels to election-related advertisements and say who is behind each of them.
|Burger King Released a Powerful Anti-Bullying PSA|
The fast food giant rolled out a public service announcement Tuesday in honor of National Bullying Prevention Month that uses a clever social experiment to demonstrate how people often refuse to speak out against bullies.
|How Walmart Won Back Shoppers from Dollar General|
The dollar store was one of the fastest growing retailers in the years after the Great Recession as low-income shoppers looked for lower prices.
|How Alyssa Milano's 'Me Too' Protest Went Viral|
A simple, two-word phrase flooded Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram on Sunday night and Monday morning: “me too.”
|Nordstrom Wants to Sell More Plus-Sized Items|
On Monday, the department store chain called on top brands to add more items in sizes 14, 16 and 18.
|Hilton Launches New Concept Catering to Millennials|
Hilton Worldwide is going smaller, cheaper, and more local with what it's calling a “hostel on steroids."
|3 Steps Uber is Taking To Change Its Culture|
Change is critical—even if it means losing top performers—because the world has changed and what happens in the culture of a company affects business metrics.
|Five Things You Can Do to Attract Millennial Talent|
Anne Donovan, PwC’s human-capital transformation leader, says she started noticing something different around eight years ago. New employees would stay only a year or two before quitting, no longer receptive to the old deal that the longer they stayed, the more marketable they would be.