It is futile to ask how far hy-vee is from the rock bottom because chances are the company has already hit it long time ago. Is there any possibility for the company to get back on track? I'm pretty skeptical about that.
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Really?? Did you hear about O.J.? Apparently he's in some sort of trouble!
I'm hearing there's a CLASS ACTION LAWSUIT BREWING AGAINST HYVEE.THIS COULD BE SOMETHING.
Did Hy-Vee can you or something?
"You guys" are people like yourself employed by HyVee who try and make the company look good in the eyes of the public and spread nonsense like HyVee is in a "good" place. As someone in the know, things are not good, and HyVee, as a company, is not in good shape. Matching your competitors pricing on things is a cry for help. Customer count and market share down. THAT'S who "you guys" are.
Kroger hasn't bought anything yet. First, it's a proposed merger, which must get the OK of the Federal Trade Commission. The FTC under Biden has nixed 80 percent of big mergers so far, and they don't like the possibility of higher prices and food deserts resulting from a Kroger-Albertsons marriage.
Second, who's "you guys"?
Obviously Hy-Vee is financially sound. I mean they've got $2m for country music stars to perform at the wildly popular Indy race. Sure, there's lots of food stamp eligible employees, but they'll likely get free tickets to sit in the °105 stands and eat $12 McChicken sandwiches and wash it down with $8 Busch Lites. Awesome.
Hahahaha... that's why Kroger just bought Albertsons. You guys continue to worry about your upper management salaries and forget about the brutal business plan you have and the money your hemorrhaging due to lack of business. A new $35 million store won't help when you won't be able to staff it. He-l, you can't staff the majority of your stores now. Employee burnout is a real thing and you're oblivious to that. Stores will be closing
First of all, "their" is the word you're looking for.
And . . .
"A lot of investors are realizing the best times are probably behind Kroger, and that next year will be much more challenging for the company to generate top line growth," CFRA Research analyst Arun Sundaram said.
There Fine my A-s
Seems like Kroger is doing FINE!!!
They're fine. They cut expenses long before other companies did in anticipation of economic hard times. As a result, they're now in a better position than most to ride it out.
Toxic companies never hit bottom, because it knows no depth.
What do you mean by rock bottom? Are they making money does anyone know?