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.
In addition to its 136% increase in sales (the result of Family Dollar sales’ inclusion for the first full quarter), Dollar Tree opened 204 stores and expanded or relocated 63 other locations.
In a Q3 that saw a 14% increase in sales, Fred’s reported earnings that show a marked improvement over the company’s performance last year.
E-commerce is seeing consumers shift away from desktop shopping and toward a mobile experience.
The 2016 CEI rated 851 businesses in the report, which evaluates LGBT-related policies and practices.
GNC pulls USPlabs products off shelves following Department of Justice action taken Wednesday.
Walmart on Friday named George Riedl as SVP, president Walmart Health and Wellness, reporting to Michelle Gloeckler, Walmart EVP consumables and health and wellness.
As sparkling water gains a foothold in the beverage category, Coca-Cola has decided to dip its toes in, as MarketWatch reports that the drink maker plans to sell a carbonated version of its Smartwater. The company plans to start small, offering the water in New York City restaurants, hotels and stores in November with a wider distribution in 2016, according to the report (MarketWatch)
Marianne Wilson, editor in chief of Drug Store News’ sister publication, Chain Store Age, has outlined her 10 favorite stores that have opened in New York in 2015. Today we’re sharing her picks with our readers.