Fred's Super Dollar on Thursday projected double-digit sales increases for the remainder of the year.
Rite Aid on Thursday posted positive comps coming out of its fiscal first quarter.
Dollar General is well on its way to realizing 7% growth in total square footage this year.
Ahold's U.S. private-label penetration reached 37.7% for first quarter 2015.
Dollar Tree to identify buyer of 330 Family Dollar locations in coming week.
Target executives said they are “pleased” with its first quarter, particularly its signature categories.
Declining gas prices helped same-store sales at Walmart, but the negative impact of foreign currency exchange and efforts to improve store experience and employee wages dampened sales.
McKesson fiscal 2015 results are in. The wholesaler generated 30% annual revenue growth.
Total prescriptions dispensed by Diplomat Pharmacy were up 6% to 194,000 in the first quarter.
Fred's Super Dollar is experiencing positive pharmacy comparable store sales and total script growth on its way to a $510.1 million quarter.
Shoppers Drug Mart helped fuel Loblaw’s first quarter as the company continues to implement best-of-breed practices across its network.
Amneal Pharmaceuticals and Actavis Australia on Friday announced that Amneal completed the acquisition of most of Actavis’ in-country generic pharmaceuticals business.
Publix first quarter reaches $8.3 billion on 6.8% growth.
Cardinal Health CEO says recent acquisitions show great promise for Cardinal future.
Pharmacy helps lift Rite Aid same-store sales 3% for month of April.
According to CEO Julien Mininberg, the company enjoyed a “strong” fourth quarter, which saw revenue increase by 21%, or $65.2 million.
Net earnings at Supervalu Inc. fell 14% to $36 million in fourth-quarter fiscal 2014 from $42 million in the identical period a year earlier.
DunnhumbyUSA and Kroger announced a new arrangement that the companies said will offer great flexibility regarding the use of data.
Procter & Gamble posted on Thursday third-quarter earnings that were largely in line with expectations as segment results proved to be a mixed bag.
99 Cents Only Stores Inc. shrank its net loss to $2.3 million in the fourth quarter of fiscal 2015, compared to net loss of $14.7 million for the fourth quarter of fiscal 2014.
Target Corp. has entered into a settlement agreement with MasterCard International Inc.to resolve losses from the data breach that Target experienced during the fourth quarter of 2013.
Taiwan-based drug development company Sunny Pharmtech and Vitruvias Therapeutics, a generic drug development company, on Tuesday announced that they will team up to co-develop a portfolio of generic drug products.
Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals on Monday acquired Mexican OTC and nutritional manufacturer Advanced Pharmaceuticals and Nutritionals.
Fred’s on Thursday announced that its March sales increased 0.3% to $191.7 million.
Walgreens Boots Alliance on Thursday posted solid same-store sales numbers, driving U.S. sales up 7.4% to $21 billion, but has targeted 200 store closures in a cost-saving initiative.