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Amazon rebrands PillPack

Amazon rebrands PillPack

SEATTLE — According to published reports from CNBC, PillPack has updated its logo and other paperwork to include a new “Amazon Pharmacy” brand, and its chief executive officer, TJ Parker, has been promoted to vice president within Amazon. Specifically, the group’s branding has changed from “PillPack, an Amazon company” to “PillPack by Amazon Pharmacy.” It’s

Amazon vet Kabbani reported to run new pharmacy business

Amazon vet Kabbani reported to run new pharmacy business

SEATTLE – According to published reports from CNBC and other sources, Amazon has named 14-year company veteran Nader Kabbani to run its new pharmacy business, including the team that came in through last year’s acquisition of PillPack. Kabbani, who helped build Amazon’s Kindle self-publishing platform and has served as vice president in the logistics and Flex

Amazon to acquire PillPack

Amazon to acquire PillPack

SEATTLE and BOSTON — Amazon and PillPack today announced that they have entered into a definitive merger agreement under which Amazon will acquire PillPack. PillPack is a pharmacy said to be designed to provide the best possible customer experience in the U.S. for people who take multiple daily prescriptions. PillPack delivers medications in pre-sorted dose packaging, coordinates refills and renewals, and makes sure shipments are sent on

Is one-hour Rx delivery coming to the U.S.?

Is one-hour Rx delivery coming to the U.S.?

As a professional who builds and optimizes e-commerce sites for retailers and consumer packaged goods firms, I’m fascinated by logistics and, once ordered, getting products to the customer in the quickest, most efficient way. Most recently, we heard that CVS Health is launching a one-hour curbside pickup wherein the customer doesn’t even have to get

Pharmacy startup PillPack eyes retail locations

Thirteen-month old PillPack, an online pharmacy that bills itself as a simpler solution for medication management, is planning retail sites. The Manchester, N.H.-based company said Wednesday that it has completed a $50 million round of financing, which is earmarked for fueling growth, hiring a world-class team and building retail pharmacies in U.S. markets. A full-service