Zachary Fadem, John Blackledge and Rodney McMullen, are the people who have been quoted the greatest number of times about Kroger. You can find them on this page and an additional total of 21 people who have something to say about this topic. All the 26 quotes on this page are sorted by date and by name. You can also have access to the articles to get the context of the quotes. The most recent quote from Zachary Fadem is: “Kroger is not wedded long term to charging a fee. If they determined that is a competitive disadvantage then they could potentially change that. I don't necessarily think it hurts them to charge a fee right now because of the relatively solid results.”.
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John Blackledge - Cowen and Company

They are serious about grocery. [Amazon] Go seems like an incredible step up from any kind of convenience store that I've ever seen.

Zachary Fadem - Wells Fargo Securities

I don't think there's a huge barrier toward a Kroger to set something like that up. Kroger is already far along on kind of the brick-and-mortar technology initiatives.

John Mercer - National Farmers Union

Online grocery will take off this holiday season, with consumers buying more turkeys, cranberry sauce and stuffing online than ever, as a result of Wal-Mart, Kroger and others ramping up their e-grocery services.

David Balto

An acquisition (of the divested assets) by a supermarket would be a substantial challenge because it's outside their normal area of expertise.

Rodney McMullen - The Kroger Company

We expect continued deflation and tough year-over-year comparisons for the remainder of the year, and even into the first quarter.

Ken Perkins - Morningstar

(Kroger) did not drastically cut guidance which has probably provided some support.

Ajay Jain - Pivotal Research Group

The latest results at Kroger represent the most significant confirmation that the deflationary cycle is starting to impact margin performance for the sector overall.

Edward J. Kelly - Credit Suisse Group

The "price war of 2009/2010 carried on for three to four quarters before abating."

Shane Higgins - Deutsche Bank

Given weaker-than-expected comps from several competitors who reported over the past six weeks (Sprouts, Smart & Final Stores, SuperValu, Whole Foods Market, Publix, just to name a few), investor expectations for Kroger have been reset lower.

J. Michael Schlotman - The Kroger Company

In thinking about the cadence of our quarterly results compared to our long-term 8 percent to 11 percent guidance, we believe that the second quarter will be the toughest quarter, with slight growth over 2015.

Zachary Fadem - Wells Fargo Securities

One big issue with deflation is with lower prices it breeds more competition because you're trying to win traffic and you're being more promotional doing that.

Edward J. Kelly - Credit Suisse Group

The current landscape is now beginning to look a lot like 2009, when meaningful deflation resulted in an industry price war and multiple quarters of declining earnings. The "price war of 2009/2010 carried on for three to four quarters before abating.

Jeff Talbot - The Kroger Company

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