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Friday 12th January 2018

Flu season may have peaked, but is far from over CDC says

Michael JohnsenThere have only been two flu seasons in recent memory that were characterized as "high severity." This year's illness rates are not yet there, but there's still a lot of season left, CDC officials reported. read more

Analyst: Above average retail growth for 2018 predicted

Neil SaundersOver the past week, the welter of holiday trading updates has hinted that retailers enjoyed a robust December. Today’s strong retail sales numbers lend weight to that view. read more

Pharmasave helps Canadians knock the nicotine habit in 2018

Michael JohnsenDespite having one of the lowest smoking rates the world, smoking tobacco remains the leading cause of preventable death in Canada. read more

New sports nutrition brand Evertrain hits the market

Michael JohnsenThe premium product offerings fueled by CarnoSyn include Evertrain Pre, designed to optimize training by delivering sustained energy, superior focus and increased endurance. read more

FDA expands age indications for GSK's Fluarix Quadrivalent flu shot

Michael JohnsenWith this approval, providers will be able to use the same dose of Fluarix Quadrivalent (15 ug of hemagglutinin per virus strain in 0.5 mL) to cover all eligible persons from 6 months of age and up. read more

L'Oréal, La Roche-Posay unveil wearable electronic UV sensor

Gisselle GaitanThe battery-free wearable electronic UV sensor will provide consumers with information about individual ultra violet exposure levels.  read more

Fresenius Kabi launches Velcade alternative

David SalazarVelcade brought in $112 .9 million for maker Takeda Oncology, according to its financial filings.  read more

Fresenius Kabi launches generic Velcade

David SalazarThe branded product brought in $112 .9 million for maker Takeda Oncology, according to its financial filings.  read more

Shiseido advances beauty, technology alliance with Olivo acquisition

Gisselle GaitanShiseido Americas has obtained all assets of the Massachusetts-based startup, which specializes in advancing the dermatological field through biomaterial technology.  read more

Thursday 11th January 2018

Author, consultant Collins to speak at NACDS Annual

David Salazar Attendees of this year’s National Association of Chain Drug Stores Annual Meeting will get to hear from bestselling author and business consultant Jim Collins, the Arlington, Va.-based trade group announced Thursday. read more

Jean Coutu’s solid Q3 retail performance hampered by Pro Doc, Metro acquisition

David SalazarThe Quebecois company’s third-quarter earnings showed showing an uptick in retail performance even as the company’s generics manufacturer Pro Doc and its ongoing acquisition of Canadian grocer Metro brought down its operating income. read more

Sam’s Club closing stores in strategy realignment

David SalazarThe company reportedly plans to turn 10 of the 63 closing stores as e-commerce distribution centers.  read more

Walmart increases employee starting wage, expands parental leave

Marianne WilsonWalmart is raising its starting wage for all hourly associates in the United States, handing out bonuses and expanding maternity and parental leave benefits — including providing financial assistance for adoption. read more

Omron launches wireless TENS device

Michael JohnsenBluetooth connectivity on Avail provides wireless control of settings via the Omron TENS app, for on-the-go personal control of pain relief. read more

Exemplary customer service pays big for Walgreens cashier

Michael JohnsenBetween a local fundraiser and help from "The Ellen Show," a St. Louis-area Walgreens cashier received more than $16,000 for going the extra mile for his customers. read more

With strong flu season on horizon, Rite Aid urges flu shots

Michael JohnsenThe CDC estimates the flu will infect one in five Americans this year. read more

Keurig looking to brew solid growth with latest hire

Michael JohnsenKeurig's latest expert couples a strong beverage background from Bacardi USA and The Coca Cola Company with experience managing the diversified CPG portfolio of the Nature's Bounty Co. read more

Samuel Adams introduces ale and lager blend, Sam ’76

Gisselle GaitanThe beverage contains notes of citrus and also combines American Cascade, Citra, Mosaic and Simcoe hops together.  read more

Samuel Adams introduces ale and lager blend, Sam ‘76

Gisselle GaitanThe beverage contains notes of citrus and also combines American Cascade, Citra, Mosaic and Simcoe hops together.  read more

Dial announces Big Brothers Big Sisters of America partnership

Gisselle GaitanTogether both companies will form the Healthier Futures program, which ensures that children facing adversity have the guidance needed to succeed in life while also teaching healthy hygiene habits.  read more

Clarisonic releases brush head value sets

Gisselle GaitanEach of the three limited-edition cleansing sets has been built and customized to address common skin care concerns, the company said.   read more

Wednesday 10th January 2018

From this angle: Are stores the new immigration frontline?

Seth MendelsonDSN editor in chief Seth Mendelson muses on recent news that immigration officials are targeting retailers who might employ undocumented workers and what that means for the industry.  read more

Sam’s Club’s Turner-Mitchael to retire

David SalazarDuring her 26 years with the company, Jill Turner-Mitchael has led various teams at Walmart and Sam’s Club, including Walmart’s pharmacy operations team and Sam’s Club’s merchandising, operations and health and wellness divisions.  read more

A leaner, greener 'new Rite Aid' unveiled at J.P. Morgan conference

Michael JohnsenLeading the transformation of the New Rite Aid is Kermit Crawford, an experienced retail pharmacy executive who over the past several months has become more familiar with the talent at Rite Aid. read more

FDA approves Lupin’s Tamiflu generic

David Salazar The drug had U.S. sales of roughly $467.8 million for the 12 months ended October 2017, according to IQVIA data.

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