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The Payments Association (previously the Emerging Payments Association or EPA) is for payments firms, big & small. We help our members navigate a complex regulatory environment and facilitate profitable business partnerships. Our purpose is to empower the most influential community in payments, where the connections, collaboration and learning shape an industry that works for all.

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WALMART MOVES AHEAD WITH SALE OF ASDA SUPERMARKET CHAIN, COULD GET $8.6 BILLION

fool | March 16, 2020

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Walmart began the second round of bidding today for Asda, a chain of UK supermarkets owned by the U.S.-based retail titan, according to company sources. Three private equity firms are currently in the running to make bids on the brand. These include TDR Capital, Lone Star Funds, and Apollo Global Management, Inc., all three of which participated in the first round of bidding when Adsa first went on the block. Asda controls approximately 15% of the British grocery market. Yet investors are also e...

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GROCERS SPEED UP HIRING TO FILL ECOMMERCE ORDERS, OPERATE STORES

pymnts | March 17, 2020

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As staffers need time away from work to tend to their children, or they become ill, supermarket companies are speeding up hiring to have workers able to fulfill eCommerce orders or operate stores. The leaders of big chains had a call with the White House on Sunday in which they asked President Donald Trump to tell U.S. consumers to refrain from stockpiling merchandise and noted they were committed to remaining in operation, The Dallas Morning News reported. Chief executives for Tom Thumb/Alberts...

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CBD AND PLANT-BASED CONTINUE TO RESHAPE THE RETAIL LANDSCAPE

supermarketnews | January 29, 2020

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As consumer acceptance of CBD and plant-based alternatives continues to swell, retailers are enthusiastically embracing both of these relatively recent categories, according to a report from IRI that was presented at the FMI Midwinter Conference. During the presentation, “From CBD to Alternative Proteins: What do emerging consumer trends mean for the grocery industry?”, Larry Levin, EVP, Market & Shopper Intelligence, IRI, and Tim Grzebinski, principal, Client Insights, IRI, outl...

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DOMTAR INKS DEAL TO ACQUIRE APPVION'S POS PAPER BUSINESS

Domtar Corporation | February 19, 2020

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Domtar Corporation UFS has entered into an asset-purchase agreement with Appvion Operations, Inc. to acquire its Point of Sale (POS) paper business. Notably, the agreement includes the coater and related equipment located exclusively in the West Carrollton, OH facility and a license for all corresponding intellectual property. The deal is likely to close in the second quarter this year. Domtar's world-class paper-making capabilities, together with the West Carrollton coater's substantial...

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WALMART MOVES AHEAD WITH SALE OF ASDA SUPERMARKET CHAIN, COULD GET $8.6 BILLION

fool | March 16, 2020

Walmart began the second round of bidding today for Asda, a chain of UK supermarkets owned by the U.S.-based retail titan, according to company sources. Three private equity firms are currently in the running to make bids on the brand. These include TDR Capital, Lone Star Funds, and Apollo Global Management, Inc., all three of which participated in the first round of bidding when Adsa first went on the block. Asda controls approximately 15% of the British grocery market. Yet investors are also e...

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GROCERS SPEED UP HIRING TO FILL ECOMMERCE ORDERS, OPERATE STORES

pymnts | March 17, 2020

As staffers need time away from work to tend to their children, or they become ill, supermarket companies are speeding up hiring to have workers able to fulfill eCommerce orders or operate stores. The leaders of big chains had a call with the White House on Sunday in which they asked President Donald Trump to tell U.S. consumers to refrain from stockpiling merchandise and noted they were committed to remaining in operation, The Dallas Morning News reported. Chief executives for Tom Thumb/Alberts...

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CBD AND PLANT-BASED CONTINUE TO RESHAPE THE RETAIL LANDSCAPE

supermarketnews | January 29, 2020

As consumer acceptance of CBD and plant-based alternatives continues to swell, retailers are enthusiastically embracing both of these relatively recent categories, according to a report from IRI that was presented at the FMI Midwinter Conference. During the presentation, “From CBD to Alternative Proteins: What do emerging consumer trends mean for the grocery industry?”, Larry Levin, EVP, Market & Shopper Intelligence, IRI, and Tim Grzebinski, principal, Client Insights, IRI, outl...

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DOMTAR INKS DEAL TO ACQUIRE APPVION'S POS PAPER BUSINESS

Domtar Corporation | February 19, 2020

Domtar Corporation UFS has entered into an asset-purchase agreement with Appvion Operations, Inc. to acquire its Point of Sale (POS) paper business. Notably, the agreement includes the coater and related equipment located exclusively in the West Carrollton, OH facility and a license for all corresponding intellectual property. The deal is likely to close in the second quarter this year. Domtar's world-class paper-making capabilities, together with the West Carrollton coater's substantial...

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