Retail News Breaks Archives
Navarro Discount Pharmacy has kicked off its free Diabetes Club program, which this year features expanded benefits and information for customers.
The National Association of Chain Drug Stores Foundation has contributed $1 million to a campaign by the National Consumers League (NCL) to boost consumer awareness of the health benefits of medication adherence.
Rite Aid Corp. cited anemic cold/flu season-related business in reporting declined same-store sales for October.
Kinney Drugs has seen a spike in the number of patients using its pharmacy services since launching an effort to highlight how its pharmacists can make a difference in their health care outcomes and costs, according to executives.
Navarro Discount Pharmacy has strengthened their management team with the addition of three new executives
Walgreen Co. is looking to sell its pharmacy benefit management business and has hired an adviser to run an auction, according to published reports.
BJ's Wholesale Club is making itself a wellness destination for cold and flu season.
MinuteClinic health clinics in select CVS/pharmacy stores are offering free A1c tests in recognition of American Diabetes Month in November.
The National Association of Chain Drug Stores is alerting retailers and manufacturers about the requirements of the new rule to comply with the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA) of 2008.
London Drugs has begun carrying a selection of wireless devices from WIND Mobile.
CVS/pharmacy has introduced Express Pick Up photo service for its online customers.
For most of the past decade, community pharmacy has been one of Canada’s fastest-growing retail sectors. Not so in the first half of 2010.
The National Community Pharmacists Association has appointed former Generic Pharmaceutical Association (GPhA) chief Kathleen Jaeger as NCPA's executive vice president and chief executive officer.