Supply Chain Bottlenecks Drive Factory Decisions at This Maker of Boats, Motorcycles, ATVs

Like other manufacturers struggling with wobbly supply chains, sports-vehicle maker Polaris Inc. PII -0.40% is deciding…

Restaurants, Supermarkets Can’t Find Enough Workers to Open New Locations

The tight labor market is hampering new restaurant and supermarket openings, putting a potential check on…

New Face-Mask Rules Put Grocery Workers Back at Center of Debate

Supermarket workers are back in the middle of a national conversation about face masks. Many supermarket…

Target, Whole Foods, ShopRite and Other Retailers Look to Upgrade Their Store Brands

In the Customer Experience report, we look at the many ways companies and consumers interact and…

WSJ News Exclusive | Smart & Final to Be Sold to Mexican Retail Giant

The acquisition of Smart & Final Stores will allow the U.S. unit of Grupo Comercial Chedraui…

WSJ News Exclusive | Grocers, Restaurants to Suppliers: Hurry Up, Make More

Meanwhile, many food makers and distributors say labor shortages, supply constraints and high freight costs are…

Supermarkets’ Revival Skips the Top Store-Brand Supplier

Grocery sales boomed throughout the pandemic. One of supermarkets’ biggest and least-known suppliers missed out. TreeHouse…

Amazon Union Election Set to Conclude: What We Know

A high-profile union election by Amazon workers in Alabama is concluding Monday, when the mail-in voting…

Grocers Wrestle With Mask Mandates as Pandemic Wears On

Some supermarkets are still struggling to figure out how to deal with customers who show up…

Everyone Wants Sushi to Go, and It’s Saving Some Restaurants

At a bleak moment for restaurants, sushi takeout is on a roll. Customer appetites for to-go…

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