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Republicans Are Now Dragging CVS and Walgreens Into the Abortion Wars
Vice News

Republican attorneys general are warning the major pharmacies about the potential legal dangers of dispensing prescription abortion pills. more…

Locked up merchandise: Retailers try to curb theft while not angering shoppers...
Associated Press

NEW YORK (AP) — When the pandemic threat eased, Maureen Holohan was eager to scale back her online shopping and return to physical stores so she could more easily compare prices and scour ingredients on beauty and health care products for herself and her thre… more…

Consumers care about sustainability—and back it up with their wallets
Mckinsey.com

A joint study from McKinsey and NielsenIQ examines sales growth for products that claim to be environmentally and socially responsible. more…

The New Digital Pink Slip, Elevating Black Leaders And How Being A ‘Hero’ May Hurt Veterans’ Careers
Forbes

The Forbes Careers newsletter brings the latest news, commentary and ideas about the workplace, leadership, job hunting and the future of work straight to your inbox every Wednesday. more…

InnovationRx: A Mental Health Startup Unionizes; Plus, Covid Emergency To End In May
Forbes

InnovationRx is your weekly digest of healthcare news. Sign up! more…

These Florida brothers ran one of the largest opioid 'pill mills' in US history. The FBI says it was linked to thousands of deaths
CNN

Twin brothers Chris and Jeff George ran lucrative Florida pain clinics that dispensed a stream of opioids and drew addicts and dealers from around the country. The brothers' flashy lifestyle hid a dark secret: their pills were responsible for an estimated 3,0… more…

Some pharmacies in Mexico passing off fentanyl, meth as legitimate pharmaceuticals
Los Angeles Times

Pharmacies in several Mexican cities are selling counterfeit prescription pills laced with fentanyl and meth and passing them off as legitimate pharmaceuticals. more…

Retailers try to curb theft while not angering shoppers
Independent

Across the retail landscape, businesses have been putting items under lock and key as a quick way to stop thieves more…

Conservative attorneys general warn Walgreens, CVS against distributing abortion pills
The Week Magazine

A group of 20 attorneys general in conservative states wrote letters to two of the nation's largest drugstore chains on Wednesday, warning them against selling abortion pills by mail in their states.  The letters, addressed to drugstore megachains Walgreens a… more…

Upcoming CVS Earnings – Is It Time to Buy?
Yahoo Entertainment

Coming up on February 8th, 2023, ahead of the opening bell, CVS Health Corporation (CVS) is set to release financial results for the fourth quarter of 2022. more…

Loblaw tries explaining rising cost of food, but consumers are not buying it - The Globe and Mail
The Globe And Mail

<ol><li>Loblaw tries explaining rising cost of food, but consumers are not buying it  The Globe and Mail </li><li>‘Loblaws is gaslighting the entire country’: Canadians, NDP leader Jagmeet Singh furious after decision to end freeze of No Name prices  Yahoo N… more…

GOP attorneys general warn CVS, Walgreens against mailing abortion pill in their states
CNBC

CVS and Walgreens last month said they would dispense mifepristone but only in states where the law allows it. more…

Walgreens CFO says he might have 'cried too much last year' over shoplifting, but retailers are locking down more and more products
Fortune

It's not just your imagination that more things at the pharmacy and grocery store have to be unlocked for you to buy them. more…

Retailers try to curb theft while not angering shoppers
ABC News

Across the retail landscape, businesses have been putting items under lock and key as a quick way to stop thieves more…

Retailers try to curb theft while not angering shoppers
ABC News

Across the retail landscape, businesses have been putting items under lock and key as a quick way to stop thieves more…

Conservative attorneys general warn Walgreens, CVS against distributing abortion pills
Biztoc.com

A group of 20 attorneys general in conservative states wrote letters to two of the nation's largest drugstore chains on Wednesday, warning them against selling abortion pills by mail in their states. The letters, addressed to drugstore megachains Walgreens an… more…

Retailers try to curb theft while not angering shoppers
ABC News

Across the retail landscape, businesses have been putting items under lock and key as a quick way to stop thieves more…

Retailers try to curb theft while not angering shoppers
seattlepi.com

NEW YORK (AP) - When the pandemic threat eased, Maureen Holohan was eager to scale back her online shopping and return to physical stores so she could more easily compare prices and scour ingredients on beauty and health care products for herself and her thre… more…

Retailers try to curb theft while not angering shoppers
seattlepi.com

NEW YORK (AP) - When the pandemic threat eased, Maureen Holohan was eager to scale back her online shopping and return to physical stores so she could more easily compare prices and scour ingredients on beauty and health care products for herself and her thre… more…

Retailers try to curb theft while not angering shoppers
Richmond.com

Increasingly, retailers are locking up more products or increasing the number of security guards at their stores to curtail theft. more…

Retailers try to curb theft while not angering shoppers
Billings Gazette

Increasingly, retailers are locking up more products or increasing the number of security guards at their stores to curtail theft. more…

Retailers try to curb theft while not angering shoppers
Toronto Star

NEW YORK (AP) — When the pandemic threat eased, Maureen Holohan was eager to scale back her online shopping and return to physical stores so she could... more…

Retailers try to curb theft while not angering shoppers
Roanoke Times

Increasingly, retailers are locking up more products or increasing the number of security guards at their stores to curtail theft. more…

Retailers try to curb theft while not angering shoppers
STLtoday.com

Increasingly, retailers are locking up more products or increasing the number of security guards at their stores to curtail theft. more…

Drugstore health clinics are fast and convenient. What’s the catch?
MarketWatch

Consider how this mode of health care delivery will serve you in the long term. Here are some pros and cons of retail health clinics, and who might benefit from them. more…

Retailers try to curb theft while not angering shoppers
Chicago Tribune

Businesses have been putting items under lock and key as a quick way to stop thieves more…

Retailers try to curb theft while not angering shoppers
Knopnews2.com

Across the retail landscape, businesses have been putting items under lock and key as a quick way to stop thieves. more…