Giant Eagle

Founded in 1931, Giant Eagle is one of the 40 largest family-operated companies in the US and operates Giant Eagle, GetGo and Market District stores. As we continue to grow and expand, our commitment to our core values and the well-being of our Team Members, customers, and our communities is as strong as ever. We listen to what you have to say and do everything we can to provide a safe, caring, family-oriented environment. 

Pittsburgh, US
Size (employees)
34,000 (est)
Giant Eagle was founded in 1931 and is headquartered in Pittsburgh, US

Giant Eagle Office Locations

Giant Eagle has an office in Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh, US (HQ)
101 Kappa Dr

Giant Eagle Data and Metrics

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Giant Eagle Financial Metrics

Giant Eagle's revenue was reported to be $9.5 b in FY, 2015

Revenue (FY, 2015)

9.5 b
USDFY, 2015


9.5 b
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Giant Eagle Online and Social Media Presence

Giant Eagle News and Updates

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With connected devices like Nest and Sonos breaking into the mainstream, the IoT has become one of the most-discussed tech trends of the last twenty years. But the IoT extends well beyond the home and consumer-level gadgets. Asset-heavy industries like manufacturing, logistics, mining, oil, utilitie…

Stocked Up: 150+ Companies Attacking The Supply Chain & Logistics Space

Supply chain and logistics tech companies have seen funding go up significantly over the past few years as the category gains momentum. Smart money VCs and corporate venture arms are both participating in the space, and full-year run-rate projections estimate over $5B … Continued

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Eddie Redmayne stars as a visitor to the city with a very stuffed magic suitcase in “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.”

Automating The Enterprise: 50+ Robot Startups In Factories, Warehouses, Offices, And More

Over 50 enterprise-focused robotics companies have raised $259M across 63 deals this year (as of 10/5/2016). These companies are building robots for industrial automation, manufacturing, warehouse automation, and restaurant services, among other tasks. At the current run-rate, deals to enterprise … …

John Oliver: Donald Trump Thinks He’s the ‘Second Coming of Christ’

The HBO host said Trump's claims of a rigged election are "legitimately dangerous."

The Periodic Table Of Robotics Startups

Over the last year and a half, investments in robotics startups have risen substantially. Private companies in the sector, including drone companies, raised more than 120 equity deals globally in 2015, up from fewer than 50 in 2013. And so … Continued
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