Target is meeting its goals and achieving steady growth, according to the Q2 results the company reported Tuesday.
Walgreens' information technology department will be the hardest hit with consolidation as it undergoes "a significant restructuring to better match resources with priorities," a spokesman said.
As part of an effort to support $1.2 million in capital investments, Kroger splits its Southwest division into two divisions.
"This attractive strategic acquisition provides CVS with an incremental dispensing channel in long-term care and assisted living," reported Mark Miller, analyst for William Blair.
Overall, 95% of patients were highly satisfied with the quality of care they received at MinuteClinic, the ease with which telehealth technology was integrated into the visit, and the timeliness and convenience of their care
Through investments in technology and associates, Walmart believes it is implementing a winning retail strategy that will sustain growth for years to come.
Through the acquisition, Haggen expanded from 18 stores with 16 pharmacies in the Pacific Northwest to 164 stores and 106 pharmacies across Washington, Oregon, California, Nevada and Arizona.
Target's new trio of executives representing the company to Wall Street will present second-quarter results to analysts on Wednesday.
Curbside, a Bay Area-based startup, announced that is has expanded its curbside pickup service to New York and New Jersey with the rollout of 10 new Target locations.
New Target board members will contribute expertise in reinvention of food offering, in particular, CEO says.