A veteran of Apple has been named as the new senior vice president in charge of global logistics, inventory allocation and replenishment at Target.
Fed by health input from wearable devices and apps, Shae's new health platform will help guide users toward better health.
FastCare is opening a retail health clinic inside the new Meijer in Sturgis, S.D., in September. (Sturgis Journal)
Just in time for the back-to-school shopping season, Walmart's Canadian customers can access product reviews, items on Rollback and experience a faster check out process, the company stated.
With 1,790 stores spread across the country and sales growth in each of the last two years at under 2%, the New York Post reports that the discounter is accelerating plans to roll out more petite, urban stores. (New York Post)
The pilot program would allow the Department of Defense to access lower pricing for prescriptions dispensed at community pharmacies.
Parents making back-to-school purchases are willing to open their wallets, if the price is right.
When it comes to shopping via mobile app, consumers favor one retailer above all others.
Amgen, Cardinal Health, Rite Aid and Walmart helped support American Pharmacists Association Academy of Student Pharmacists this past weekend.
The first stores are expected to open before the end of the first half of calendar year 2017 and will include Boots highly regarded and exclusive No7 and Soap & Glory products.