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  1. Glassdoor just ranked companies with the biggest CEO-to-worker pay gaps. The No. 1 company is local.Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 26 | Business Journal

    On the heels of a newly adopted Securities and Exchange Commission rule requiring publicly traded companies to report pay gaps between CEOs and workers, Glassdoor is out with a report on companies with the biggest gaps. Silver Spring-based Discovery Communications Inc. tops the list.

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  2. CVS pharmacy planned for Michigan Avenue west of WMURead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 25 | MLive.com

    ... CVS has been in the news in recent months for its decision to no longer sell tobacco products. Operated by CVS Caremark and based in Rhode Island, CVS is the nation's second largest pharmacy chain, behind Walgreens. It was started in 1963 as ...

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  3. Three Reasons to Own CVSRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 21 | GuruFocus.com

    ... with 25 million patient visits to date.CVS' integrated business model is its distinct competitive advantage; CVS caremark claims are converting into more pharmacy sales, as claims routed to CVS pharmacy increased from 19% in 2008 to 31% in 2014. ...

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  4. IPG's UM Wins CVS Media-Agency BusinessRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 19 | Advertising Age

    ... it would stop selling cigarettes and tobacco products in its stores across the U.S. and change its name from CVS Caremark to CVS Health. The decision would cut the company's revenue by about $2 billion, but was widely applauded by the American ...

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  5. Now that "little pink pill" is approved, cost and coverage questions remainRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 19 | USA Today

    The drug maker behind the "little pink pill" that aims to boost women's sex drive wants its medication to be just as accessible to patients who need it as Viagra is for men. Now that "little pink pill" is approved, cost and coverage questions remain The drug maker behind the "little pink pill" that aims to boost women's sex drive wants its medication to be just as accessible to patients who need it as Viagra is for men.

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  6. Why CVS is switching from Viagra to CialisRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 16 | Daily Herald

    The news that next year CVS Health will drop coverage of Viagra, the little blue pill that spawned a multibillion-dollar industry of erectile dysfunction drugs, would seem to offer a window into one of the curious paradoxes of drug pricing. After all, CVS is replacing Viagra with Cialis -- another brand-name drug that does pretty much the same thing -- and has said the changes it is making will result in cost savings.

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  7. Retail Drug Stores Cut Costs, Merge To Stay HealthyRead the original story

    Friday Aug 14 | Investor's Business Daily

    The list names drugs that its pharmacy benefit management business , CVS Caremark, agrees to cover under its prescription benefits program for health insurance companies such as The exclusion list, drugs not covered, has now ballooned to 124. Until CVS began its PBM blacklist in 2012, there were no known drug exclusion lists, according to drug industry tracker Drug Channels.

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  8. Payers Set To Play Hardball On PCSK9 Pricing: RBCRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 13 | Investor's Business Daily

    On the other hand, fears of losing money from hepatitis C drugs seem to be fading as U.S. prescriptions are falling off. Analyst Michael Yee rounded up comments from the major health insurers and pharmacy benefit managers on their Q2 earnings calls in a report issued Thursday.

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  9. EXCLUSIVE: Ice cream maker set for biggest-ever expansion, more HQ jobsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 12 | Business Journal

    ... into Kentucky in early 2014 driven by increased sales with some of its national retail partners including CVS Caremark Corp. (NYSE:CVS); Walgreen Co. (NYSE:WAG) and Circle K. Dager said Velvet sees more opportunities as the number of other regional ...

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  10. Pfizer Inc. s Viagra medicine competes with Eli Lilly & Co. s Cialis. Bloomberg, fileRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 12 | Philly.com

    The news that next year CVS Health will drop coverage of Viagra, the little blue pill that spawned a multibillion-dollar industry of erectile dysfunction drugs, would seem to offer a window into one of the curious paradoxes of drug pricing. After all, CVS is replacing Viagra with Cialis - another brand-name drug that does pretty much the same thing - and has said the changes it is making will result in cost savings.

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  11. Apple Pay Wins Over Rite Aid In Mobile Payment WarsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 11 | Investor's Business Daily

    Pay and other smartphone payments at all of its 4,600 stores nationwide on Aug. 15. The No. 3 drugstore chain will now also accept and Rite Aid disabled the e-payment system.

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  12. CVS Pharmacies Makes Hard Decision About ViagraRead the original story

    Saturday Aug 8 | Wizbang

    Being in charge of a business means making hard decisions. The CEO of CVS faced that problem recently and it looks like he was up to the task, CVS no longer includes Viagra in their prescription drug coverage.

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  13. CVS Poised To Experience Growth With Its Target And Omnicare DealsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 8 | Seeking Alpha

    CVS announced Q2 results on Monday as it recorded an EPS of $1.12 on revenues of $37.169 billion. Despite the 7.42% growth in revenue and 2.08% growth in net income, the company's stock fell by 2.5%.

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  14. Here are all the drugs CVS is dropping, including ViagraRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 7 | WTNH

    The drugs will still be sold at CVS/pharmacy stores, but customers who carry prescription benefit insurance with CVS/Caremark will no longer receive coverage for them. CVS said the medicines dropped from the list of drugs the company covers all have cheaper equivalents that are still covered by its insurance plan.

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  15. CVS drops Viagra, other drugs, from insurance coverageRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 6 | The News-Star

    CVS drops Viagra, other drugs, from insurance coverage CVS announced the removal of more than a dozen drugs from its insurance. Check out this story on thenewsstar.com: http://usat.ly/1Nd7tTm Beginning in 2016, CVS/Caremark insurance will no longer cover a list of more than two dozen drugs - including Viagra.

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  16. CVS/Caremark Will No Longer Cover These Drugs, Including ViagraRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 7 | TIME.com

    If you're a Viagra user, and your prescription drugs are managed by CVS/Caremark, you're out of luck. The erectile dysfunction medicine is one of dozens the company has dropped from its list of covered medications, according to a report in CNNMoney .

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  17. Job fair to be held at Gardendale church on TuesdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 7 | Business Journal

    According to a report by AL.com, more than 50 area companies plan to converge on the fellowship hall at FBC Gardendale on Tuesday from 9 a.m. until 12 p.m. Among the employers who are looking for job-seekers at the event are Lowe's, Auto Zone, Best Buy and Home Depot, as well as Children's of Alabama, Noland Health Services and CVS Caremark.

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  18. CVS dropping Viagra, others from insurance coverage listRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 7 | WTOC-TV Savannah

    CVS announced it is dropping Viagra and more than two dozen other prescription medicines from its insurance coverage for 2016. The drugs will still be sold at CVS pharmacies, but customers who carry prescription benefit insurance from CVS/Caremark will no longer receive coverage for them.

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  19. CVS/Caremark Expands List Of Bran...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 7 | MediaPost

    The headlines belong to Pfizer's Viagra but CVS/Caremark said yesterday that it is removing more than two dozen additional prescription drugs from its formulary - the list of medications it provides at a steep discount to consumers covered by the health insurance with which it is allied - starting Jan. 1. "What a letdown," writes Alisa Chazen in her lede for the New York Daily News . "Scores of men stand to lose their little blue pills.

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  20. CVS to Drop Caremark Insurance Coverage for Certain DrugsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 6 | WTVC

    CVS has announced its changing its prescription drug coverage for those under the Caremark insurance program in 2016. The drugs will still be sold at CVS/pharmacy stores, but customers who carry prescription benefit insurance with CVS/Caremark will no longer receive coverage for them.

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