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Is there a retail apocalypse? Is the bricks & mortar retailer going away forever or is retail simply evolving at an ever increasing pace? This article by Steve Dennis on Forbes.com asks and answers some intriguing questions.
First came news that Aldi would invest $3.4 billion to increase its store count by nearly a thousand locations. Three days later, fellow discounter Lidl opened its doors, ushering in a low-price, quality-driven model that took Europe by storm and aims to do the same in America.
by Jeff Wells
A retailer with the slogan "Rethink Grocery" certainly isn't short on ambition. But Lidl has a history of disruption that backs up its lofty claim.
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