The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Albertsons is buying back 33 stores from bankrupt grocery chain Haggen — the same 33 stores it was required to sell when it acquired Safeway. Earlier reports suggested that Albertsons would likely be the buyer of the stores, but now the move is official. (Wall Street Journal)
With its holiday offerings, CVS/pharmacy is hoping to make it easy for shoppers to make it their one-stop shopping destination for healthier food options, entertaining and winter essentials to fight cough, cold and flu.
This week, 914 INC/Westchester Magazine held its fifth annual tribute to 19 business women in the region, among them Robin Russo, founder and president of integrated health-and-wellness brand marketing agency Robin Leedy & Associates.
Reuters is reporting that Brookshire Grocery’s parent company, Brookshire Holdings, has stopped the process it was undergoing to potentially sell the grocery chain for as much as $1 billion. The company did not give any comment on why the process was stopped. (Reuters)
The Human Rights Campaign Foundation has named McKesson as one of its “Best Places to Work for LGBT Equality” for the third year in a row, and has been recognized for fostering health by the National Business Coalition on Health.