Walgreens announced the official opening of a new pharmacy at Children's National Health System, which will provide access to pharmacy and other health-and-wellness services for patients and their families, helping to expedite the discharge process, the company said.
Kmart has announced a new perk for its Shop Your Way program.
Walmart has introduced a 10% rebate program for teachers across the country, the retailer announced.
Office Depot on Monday announced that Mark Cosby has been named as the company's president, North America.
Schnuck Markets announced that David Steck has joined the company as VP IT infrastructure, reporting to chief information officer Bob Hardester.
The Competition Bureau approved the sale by Loblaw of two No Frills stores to Metro, and two Shoppers Drug Mart stores to the Jean Coutu Group.
Yes to, a natural skin and hair care brand, announced that its collection of products are now available to CVS shoppers across the country.
Almost a month after launching its Be Well Network loyalty program, hand sanitizer brand Purell has signed up 75% of the users it had expected for the year, according to Ad Age.
Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn signed a bill Monday that opens up medical marijuana to treat symptoms of epilepsy in adults and children.
The annual rate of HIV diagnoses dropped by 33% between 2002 and 2011, according to a research letter in this week’s issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association.