WARREN, N.J. — GSK continues to work closely with public health partners like the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to prevent and prepare for the spread of the flu for the 2021-2022 season. “Every year, GSK works closely with public health partners like the CDC to prevent and prepare for the spread of
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — Since 1942, Midwestern values have helped family-owned Lewis Drug to grow during tough times and boom times, according to Mark Griffin, the company’s president and chief executive officer. Reflecting on the 80th anniversary of the successful company, Griffin considers a range of challenges the company has overcome, from national chains establishing
NEW YORK — Rhinomed, a leader in wearable nasal and respiratory technology, continues to make strides in providing sleep and breathing solutions that also help people get a good night’s rest when they are sick. John Ende, executive vice president of North American sales for Rhinomed, sees several growing trends within the cough and cold
Mark Cuban is the latest entrepreneur to take aim at the $350 billion market for prescription drugs in the U.S. The mercurial businessman and investor, who is best known as the owner of the Dallas Mavericks basketball team and a panelist on the television series “Shark Tank,” is entering the category in a big way.
The National Association of Chain Drug Stores is back in business. In mid-January, NACDS convened its once annual Regional Chain Conference in Palm Beach, Fla., site of the association’s legendary Annual Meeting, an event scheduled for this April, at The Breakers in Palm Beach. Viewed from any angle, the Regional Chain event was a smashing
NEW YORK — L’Oréal USA’s Active Cosmetics Division (ACD) has generated remarkable growth in recent years by positioning its science-driven brands at the nexus of health and beauty care. As more consumers recognize the importance of that connection, demand for ACD’s dermatologically tested products continues to rise, a trend that Christina Fair, who became president
As I look back on the past 61 years of my career, it is interesting to see how the changes have taken place. Part of the changes without question have been necessary, while other changes may have been experimental. Some of these trials, to a great degree, were done by creating test stores in various