Kroger Wants Alcohol Companies To Pick Up The Tab For Its New Booze Organization Plan

Kroger Wants Alcohol Companies To Pick Up The Tab For Its New Booze Organization Plan

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After decades of sticking with its organization system in stores, Kroger has a new plan for how it decides which booze brands go on which shelf, and how prominently each one is displayed. Instead of relying on “category captains” from big names like Anheuser-Busch InBev and Diageo to suggest how wine, liquor, and beer are organized in stores, the grocer wants alcohol companies to pay a privately held distributor to make those display decisions.

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American Airlines: Record profit for 2015

American Airlines: Record profit for 2015American Airlines posts its fourth quarter earnings(Photo: Ted S. Warren, AP)American Airlines Group ended 2015 with a $3.3 billion profit in the fourth quarter, capping off a record-breaking year and echoing the financial results posted by several of its peers.The company’s fourth quarter profit counted a $3 billion special credit stemming from a change in its tax val…

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