The American Association of University Women, as part of an ongoing collaboration with Procter & Gamble’s Pantene hair care brand, has awarded grants totaling nearly $50,000 to 11 student-led teams to fight stereotypes and biases on college campuses around the nation.
Cardinal Health increased full-year share earnings projections to a range of $4.28 to $4.38, in part driven by a faster-than-expected start for its generics sourcing venture with CVS Health.
The Joint Industry Coupon Committee on Thursday urged retailers to prepare for the retirement of UPC Prefix 5 barcodes from manufacturer coupons.
Baileys Coffee Creamers on Thursday announced two new additions to its line of non-alcoholic flavored coffee creamers. Macadamia Brittle and the limited-edition Bourbon Vanilla Pound Cake will join the brand's existing 13 flavors in dairy cases across the country.
A pair of veteran retailers were among the most popular store sites on Facebook during the 2014 holiday season. Sears was the most popular U.S. department store, while Walmart.com was the most popular mass merchant store site, according to a study by Searchmetrics.
Weis Markets on Thursday announced that Rick Bhandari has joined the company as director pharmacy operations.
Three UC San Diego researchers say they can predict the spread of flu a week into the future with as much accuracy as Google Flu Trends can display levels of infection right now.
Rite Aid reported a 4.8% increase in same-store sales for the four weeks ended Jan. 24, benefitting in part from a strong flu season to date.
Cardinal Health on Thursday reported fiscal year 2015 second-quarter revenue of $25.5 billion.
"During one of the sessions at the 2008 NACDS Regional Chain Conference, we projected onto the video screen some images of advertisements that NACDS was beginning to use in the Washington, D.C. area. Looking back, one of the things that I remember most was the boldness and strategic focus of the tagline: 'Pharmacies. The face of neighborhood healthcare.' With the 2015 edition of this meeting just days away, it is striking how far we have come!" writes NACDS president and CEO Steve Anderson in his latest blog post.