Candyrific is rolling out new products, including a collectible candy dispenser just in time for Halloween.
Analytics company Custora has released its quarterly E-commerce Pulse, which shows continued growth of e-commerce and mobile commerce.
Twitter plans to expand the new, more open Amplify out of beta both in the U.S. and globally.
An executive who played a key role in helping Publix deliver on its “where shopping is a pleasure” brand promise has stepped down after nearly half a century with the company.
Instantly Shelf Score is a monthly ranking of the newest CPG products by consumer purchase intent.
On the same day that it announced a new CFO, Walmart has filled its empty chief merchant spot and named other executives to key leadership roles within the organization, including a new head merchant at Sam’s Club.
The distinction recognizes CVS/specialty's commitment to helping people with arthritis and joint pain, and builds on the longstanding relationship between the two organizations. CVS/pharmacy is currently the exclusive retail drug store partner of the Arthritis Foundation.
After more than two decades in top finance roles at Walmart, Charles Holley, 59, is stepping down as CFO at the world’s largest retailer.
The New York Times outlines the controversy surrounding the recent FDA approval of Oxycontin in children. “Just because OxyContin has been abused or prescribed inappropriately doesn’t mean we should deprive the children who need the drug,” Kathleen Neville, pediatric oncologist at Arkansas Children's Hospital told The New York Times, adding it is “our obligation to have the best level of evidence for its use in children.” (The New York Times)
The next frontier for community pharmacy may be mental health.