Retail News Breaks Archives
Walgreen Co. has renewed its regional fulfillment services agreement with eBay Enterprise, a subsidiary of online marketplace eBay Inc.
The National Community Pharmacists Association has launched a new advertisement to help build congressional support for its efforts to broaden community pharmacy participation as preferred providers in Medicare Part D prescription drug plans.
Later this month, Rite Aid Corp. plans to hold a grand reopening of a completed remodeled store in Beverly Hills, Calif., with a new iteration of its wellness store format.
Cancer patients and others with chronic conditions can go online to Walgreens.com to order home-delivered nutritional meals from Meals to Heal.
Jeff Henderson, chief financial officer of Cardinal Health Inc., is slated to retire after the company completes its 2015 fiscal year.
The National Community Pharmacists Association reported that 130 pharmacist, patient advocacy and business groups have called on Congress to enable more convenient access to discounted or "preferred" co-payments in Medicare Part D prescription drug plans.
The National Association of Chain Drug Stores plans a new exhibit at this summer's Total Store Expo that will give a peek at the industry's evolution over the next decade.
The Penn State Hershey Health System is joining the Rite Aid Health Alliance, a program from the drug chain in which a health care team helps people with chronic and polychronic conditions meet goals set by their doctors.
In a flurry of executive appointments, McKesson Canada has promoted Alain Champagne to president.
Walmart is seeing strong results from its small stores as it ramps up its rollout of new formats.
Jean Coutu Group has begun construction of its new headquarters and distribution center in Varennes, Quebec.
As part of an international effort to combat counterfeit medicines, the U.S. Pharmacopeial Convention (USP) joined other partners in welcoming 11 new organizations to the global Fight the Fakes campaign.