The drug store sector makes for a sound investment for investors of all stripes, according to a Motley Fool report published Thursday.
Safeway on Friday declared a regular quarterly cash dividend of $0.20 per share.
There may be a new metric to track retail success or failure, according to a Motley Fool article posted last week — employees per thousand square feet. The metric helps draw a correlation between service and sales productivity.
Wall Street on Wednesday celebrated the "fiscal cliff" compromise as stocks across the board were trading up by some 200 basis points. As of noon, the Dow was up 1.7% and Nasdaq 2.3%.
The Motley Fool on Tuesday published an article heralding Walgreens' foresight in building charging stations for electric vehicles at its stores.
The Motley Fool on Tuesday suggested all three national pureplay drug chains were in a better position today than five and three years ago based on a metric called the “cash king margin.”
Rite Aid has been fighting off the delisting of its shares trading on the New...