Retail Roundup—Peapod unveils cheaper plan; Nordstrom men's store opens

The Calvin Klein boutique at Nordstrom's flagship men's store in New York City. (Naho Kubota)

Peapod offers cheaper subscription plan

E-commerce grocer Peapod is trying out a long-term sales strategy that includes a less expensive subscription plan. Some of the new offers include free delivery in the middle of the week and savings on groups of products commonly bought together. (Progressive Grocer)

Nordstrom mens' store opens

Nordstrom has finally opened the doors to its first-ever menswear store in New York City. The 47,000-square-foot store features items across all categories and brands and includes customization and personalization shops. (PR Newswire)

Express Scripts testing pharmacy rewards

Express Scripts has launched a one-year pilot that will examine the impact of rewarding pharmacies that fill prescriptions for Express Scripts members and demonstrate an improvement on individual members' medication adherence. The idea is for the company to build on its strong relationships with in-network pharmacies to test the impact of the value-driven network for commercial plan sponsors. (PR Newswire)

Giant Eagle adds 4 in-store Ace Hardware shops

Four Giant Eagles stores will be adding Ace Hardware shops-in-shops. Remodeling will start in the next few weeks and the hardware department should be open by summer. (PIttsburgh Post-Gazette)