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  • Doctor: CVS Right To Ditch Tobacco

    I must say I was very impressed with the action of CVS in stopping the sale of tobacco. Another writer several days ago disagreed with the action taken by the drug chain [Oct. 1, "CVS Boss Not Doing His Job"]. However, I and most physicians have for...
  • Wal-Mart discontinues BOGO matching in Florida stores

    Wal-Mart discontinues BOGO matching in Florida stores
    Wal-Mart is no longer price matching buy-one-get-one-free sales from competitors in Florida stores. Instead, the world's largest retailer's new "Savings Catcher" grocery app will refund the difference on a Wal-Mart gift card. "Matching BOGO offers...
  • Dogs in grocery stores: Legal or not?

    Dogs in grocery stores: Legal or not?
    Dave recently stopped by a Ralphs supermarket in Marina del Rey. He saw another customer bring a dog inside. A week earlier, Dave says, he saw a dog inside a Pavilions supermarket. He also saw one in a Walgreens drugstore. He asks: "Is a dog allowed...
  • Consumer Reports: Eight surprising new drugstore perks

    Tampons, Tic Tacs, Tylenol and maybe a prescription or two if you have time to wait in line. If that's your typical drugstore visit, how about a skin cancer and cholesterol screening? Or help quitting smoking? Pharmacies are rolling out all kinds of...
  • Get flu shots at Costco for less than $15

    Get flu shots at Costco for less than $15
    Protect yourself for the upcoming flu season with a shot at Costco's pharmacy for less than $15. You don't have to be a member to fill prescriptions at the pharmacy or to get a vaccination. By law, pharmacies must be open to the public. Costco's...
  • Judges explains tossing of CVS severance agreement lawsuit

    Judges explains tossing of CVS severance agreement lawsuit
    A federal lawsuit challenging an employee severance agreement that contained language commonly used by corporate America generated a lot of buzz, but in the end a federal judge dismissed it on a technicality. The Chicago office of the U.S. Equal...
  • Traveling light means sticking to essentials

    Traveling light means sticking to essentials
    Earlier this week, my well-traveled coworkers informed me that I should plan to take only a carry-on for a 10-day trip to Italy. "There aren't any elevators," they said. "Plus, what if your bag gets lost?" Readers, I'm not the worst over-packer, and I'...
  • Cops: Man said he chugged stolen beer in store's bathroom, making it a freebie

    Cops: Man said he chugged stolen beer in store's bathroom, making it a freebie
      They say you never buy beer, only rent it. But, dude, that's not the way it works. Randy Colby, 51, told officers that since he downed the beer in a CVS bathroom, he didn't have to pay for it, Gainesville cops said, reports The Gainesville Sun....
  • Healthy CVS Decision Trumps Profits

    I was absolutely amazed at letter writer Peter Kosak's take on CVS' decision to stop selling cigarettes [Oct. 1, "CVS Boss Not Doing His Job"]. His only thought was that it would negatively affect stock prices. I suppose he's against expecting...
  • CVS Boss Positioning Chain For Future

    Aside from the question of whether the duty of the CEO of a drugstore is to sell tobacco or other unequivocally harmful products as long as they make a buck [Oct. 1, letter, "CVS Boss Not Doing His Job"], the bigger picture is that health insurers are...
  • CVS Leading Where People Want To Go

    In response to the letter "CVS Boss Not Doing His Job" [Oct. 1]. I am a student at Eatern Connecticut State University and I believe that CVS made a bold decision by excluding tobacco products from stores. I am not a fan of smoking so I was very pleased...