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News and information on top retailers, merchandising and trends in retail pharmacies.

Walmart reportedly tests upping pay for some store associates

Bloomberg is reporting that Walmart is increasing the hourly pay for certain front-end workers in 500 stores using its new "Great Workplace" operating model.

CVS Health brings HealthHub to 2 additional states

CVS Health is bringing its HealthHub concept to Philadelphia and southern New Jersey as it expands the format nationally.

Kroger Health pharmacies in Idaho and Michigan are providing rapid strep throat and flu tests carried out by pharmacists on a walk-in basis. 

As the president of its central division is set to retire, Kroger has named a new president of the division and a president of its Dillons division

Publix and Halifax Health are partnering on the construction of a full-service pharmacy at the medical center in Daytona Beach, Fl.

Walmart is changing some of the faces at the top of its U.S. operations.

David Glass, who served as president and CEO of Walmart from 1988 to 2000, died Jan. 9 of complications associated with pneumonia, according to the family.

Sales and marketing agency Acosta, fresh off its recapitalization, has named a new board of directors.

Walgreens is deploying a digital merchandising platform from Cooler Screens to 50 stores in Chicago ahead of a planned expansion to 2,500 stores.

Publix has been named one of “The World's Most Admired Companies” in the food and drug store industry category by Fortune magazine, the company said.

Walgreens is making progress on freeing up pharmacists to spend more time with patients who need extra attention, according to Rina Shah, group vice president of specialty and retail pharmacy operations.

Walgreens Boots Alliance affirmed its guidance of roughly flat earnings per share as headwinds mitigated solid performance in the retail pharmacy USA division, including strong specialty growth and increasing prescription volume.

The Wall Street Journal, citing sources close to the discussions, reported that Albertsons is set to decide in the coming weeks on whether to proceed with an initial public offering that might value the company at roughly $19 billion.

Walgreens has earned the first enterprise-wide URAC Specialty Pharmacy accreditation for its network of more than 300 community specialty pharmacies.

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