All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Walgreens’

’19 Kids and Counting’ Loses Advertisers Following Josh Duggar Sexual Molestation Scandal

19 Kids and Counting isn’t a sure thing in the future–at least as far as TLC is concerned. And even if they opt to bring the show back without Josh Duggar, they may have trouble paying to keep it on the air. Since the Josh Duggar sexual molestation scandal has erupted–Duggar sexually molested five underage girls, four of whom are …

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CVS Stores Will Stop Selling Tobacco

You better not get used to picking up a pack of cigarettes during your speedy jaunt to CVS. As of October 1st of this year, CVS/pharmacy store will stop selling tobacco products altogether. This marks the very first pharmacy chain to remove tobacco from their product line. 7,600 CVS/pharmacy stores will be missing tobacco products lining their shelves before the …

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Can We Blame Social Sites For HP’s Restructuring?

Over the next couple years, print giant Hewlett Packard will scale back their workforce by as much as 8%, or 27,000 people. It is all part of a massive initiative to restructure the way the company does business, and to stay competitive in this market, quick adaptation is needed. They expect to reinvest the money they save from cutting labor …

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New Google Wallet Rewards

Google’s Commerce Blog just announced a promotion regarding Google Wallet, offering free Listerine Pocketpaks to those Google Wallet customers that use the app to make a purchase at participating locations before April 28th. Users of Google Wallet, the virtual pocketbook platform that stores a users credit information – which can be used as a credit/debit card to make real-world purchases, …

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