Walgreens Boots Alliance cutting hundreds of corporate jobs
Walgreens Boots Alliance is trimming its corporate headcount, doing away with hundreds of jobs. The reductions were first reported by the Chicago Sun-Times.
Walgreens agrees to pay nearly $230 million for San Francisco opioid settlement
San Francisco said on Wednesday it reached a $230 million settlement with Walgreens Boots Alliance Inc over its role in the city’s opioid epidemic.
More Walgreens pharmacies return to normal hours as staff shortage eases
Walgreens said it is addressing the ongoing pharmacist labor shortage that forced some store pharmacies to close earlier. Now, more than 500 locations returned to normal hours.
Newsom ends California's contract with Walgreens over abortion drug dispute: 'We're done'
Governor Gavin Newsom decided not to renew a $54 million contract with Walgreens in response to the company's decision not dispense abortion drugs in certain states for legal reasons.
California's Newsom slams Walgreens on abortion drugs
California Governor Gavin Newsom slammed Walgreens over its decision to stop selling the abortion drug mifepristone in 20 states led by Republican attorneys general.
Walgreens won't sell abortion pills in 20 states where Republican attorneys general object
Walgreens says it will not start selling an abortion pill in 20 states after Republican Attorney Generals warned of legal consequences if it did so.
Walgreens removes purchase limits on children's fever-reducing medications
Walgreens announced on Monday that it lifted an online cap for purchasing children's fever-reducing medicines like Tylenol after in-stock conditions improved.
Oklahoma announces another $226 million in settlements over opioid epidemic
Oklahoma announced new settlements totaling $226.1 million with three pharmacy chains and a drug manufacturer over the opioid epidemic on Wednesday.
NYC Walgreens store keeping ice cream in chained freezer, locking up candy amid ongoing shoplifting frenzy
Photographs show a NYC Walgreens store has locked up its candy and ice cream, as a spokesperson called retail crime "one of the top challenges facing the industry today."
How is pharmacist burnout being addressed?
There’s a growing trend of pharmacists being overworked, and this has been exacerbated within the last three years, even prior to the coronavirus pandemic.
Boston officials accuse Walgreens of 'racism' for closing some stores
Boston city officials are calling on Walgreens to postpone closing stores, saying it will disproportionately affect non-white working-class communities.
Walgreens combines VillageMD and CityMD in $8.9 billion deal
Walgreens will put up $3.5 billion of the $8.9 billion deal to add Summit Health-CityMD to it's primary care portfolio.
Walgreens says staffing shortages hit prescription growth
Walgreens Boots Alliance executives said during their earnings call Thursday that pharmacy staffing shortages have created challenges for prescription growth.
Amazon Prime Early Access sale, Consumer Price Index, bank earnings top week ahead
FOX Business takes a look at the upcoming events that are likely to move financial markets in the coming days.
Walgreens buys remaining stake in Shields Health Solutions for $1.4 billion
Walgreens has announced that it will be purchasing the remaining state in Shields Health Solutions for $1.4 billion. This will up Walgreen's stake in the company from 70% to 100%.
CVS, Walgreens, other pharmacies start rolling out latest COVID booster
Pharmacies across the nation are already starting to offering updated coronavirus booster shots to try and prevent another winter surge in cases. The omicron shot targets the omicron strain.
Pharmacies ordered to pay $650.6M to Ohio counties in opioid case
Federal judge orders CVS, Walmart and Walgreens to pay $650.6 million to Lake and Trumbull counties in Ohio after jury concludes the pharmacy chains over-supplied pain pills.
Walgreens is offering up to $75,000 to recruit pharmacists amid shortage
Walgreens typically offers signing bonus for pharmacists near $30,000 or $50,000, but due to staffing shortages, it is offering up to $75,000.
Inflation pushes consumers to consider private labels over name brands
With inflation impacting everyone, consumers are now re-thinking what products they are buying at the store and even reaching for more in-house brands, experts say.
Hot sauce, tampon shortages lead growing list of out-of-stock items
Consumers are facing product shortages with items ranging from baby formula and tampons to hot sauce and wine. More of America’s favorite items may be added to the list in the near future.