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1. EXPLAINER: $26B opioid settlement big step, but not the end -

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A $26 billion settlement between the three biggest U.S. drug distribution companies and drugmaker Johnson & Johnson and thousands of states and municipalities that sued over the toll of the opioid crisis is certainly significant — but it is far from tying a neat bow on the tangle of still unresolved lawsuits surrounding the epidemic.

2. Local pharmacists step up in COVID-19 vaccination effort -

NEW YORK (AP) — They're just your regular neighborhood pharmacists, but some now wear superhero capes.

Local pharmacy owners are filling in the gaps as federal, state and county authorities across the country struggle to ramp up vaccinations vital to crushing the COVID-19 pandemic. In some small towns across the U.S., an independent pharmacy is the only local place where residents can get a COVID-19 vaccination.

3. Biden boosting vaccine allotments, financing for virus costs -

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden's administration announced Tuesday that it is moving to expand access to COVID-19 vaccines, freeing up more doses for states and beginning to distribute them to retail pharmacies next week. The push comes amid new urgency to speed vaccinations to prevent the spread of potentially more serious strains of the virus that has killed more than 445,000 Americans.

4. Amazon opens online pharmacy, shaking up another industry -

NEW YORK (AP) — Now at Amazon.com: insulin and inhalers.

The online colossus opened an online pharmacy Tuesday that allows customers to order medication or prescription refills, and have them delivered to their front door in a couple of days.

5. Feds announce COVID-19 vaccine agreement with drug stores -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal health officials have reached an agreement with pharmacies across the U.S. to distribute free coronavirus vaccines after they are approved and become available to the public.

6. Stocks fall as investors brace for earnings hit from virus -

Stocks fell on Wall Street Monday, erasing some of the market's big gains from last week, as investors braced for a sobering first look at how the coronavirus pandemic has hurt company earnings.

The S&P 500 fell 1% after cutting its early losses by more than half toward the end of the day. The benchmark index surged 12% last week, its best gain since 1974.

7. Pharmacies say prescribers bear opioid crisis responsibility -

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Doctors and other healthcare practitioners who write prescriptions bear ultimate responsibility for improper distribution of opioids to patients, not pharmacists who are obliged to fill those prescriptions, a series of pharmacy chains argued in federal court.

8. US stocks move higher as markets yawn at Trump's impeachment -

Technology companies led stocks higher on Wall Street Thursday, extending the market's gains for the week and pushing the major indexes to more record highs.

The broad gains erased the S&P 500's slight losses from a day earlier. The benchmark index has notched gains six out of the past seven days.

9. For banks, data on your spending habits could be a gold mine -

NEW YORK (AP) — There's a powerful new player watching what you buy so it can tailor product offerings for you: the bank behind your credit or debit card.

For years, Google and Facebook have been showing ads based on your online behavior. Retailers from Amazon to Walgreens also regularly suction up your transaction history to steer future spending and hold your loyalty.

10. Amazon adds new option: Buy on Amazon, pick up at Rite Aid -

NEW YORK (AP) — Amazon is adding a new way to get your packages: head over to another store's sales counter to pick it up.

Starting Thursday, Amazon shoppers will be able to fetch their orders at more than 100 Rite Aid stores across the United States. It will expand to 1,500 Rite Aid locations by year-end. And Amazon said it's looking to bring the service to other stores, both big and small.

11. Amazon partners with Rite Aid for package pickup nationwide -

SEATTLE (AP) — Amazon will add more than 1,500 package pickup locations in a partnership with the national pharmacy chain Rite Aid.

Starting Thursday, customers will be able to pick up orders at more than 100 Rite Aid stores and that will jump to more than 1,500 by the end of the year.

12. Mainstream retailers embrace marijuana's less taboo cousin -

NEW YORK (AP) — It's showing up in everything from skin creams to bath balms to dog treats — an elixir that can supposedly reduce anxiety and help you sleep.

The ingredient? CBD, or cannabidiol, a compound derived from hemp and marijuana that doesn't cause a high.

13. Merger cancellation pushes Rite Aid into uncertain future -

Rite Aid shares plunged Thursday as the company headed into an uncertain future after calling off its merger with the grocer Albertsons.

Analysts and retail insiders questioned the drugstore chain's prospects after it ended a planned takeover by Albertsons before Rite Aid shareholders could vote on it. That vote also faced shaky prospects due to opposition from shareholders and influential proxy advisory firms.

14. Rite Aid, Albertsons call off merger deal ahead of vote -

Rite Aid and the grocer Albertsons called off an agreement to become a single company with the deal facing shaky prospects in a shareholder vote.

Shares of the drugstore chain plunged after markets opened Thursday.

15. US stocks are little changed; Yelp and Roku jump -

NEW YORK (AP) — Major U.S. indexes are little changed Thursday morning as technology stocks rise while energy companies and banks slip. Bond prices rose, sending yields lower, after the Labor Department reported that wholesale prices were little changed in July, a sign inflation pressures weakened slightly.

16. US stocks get a lift from earnings; Berkshire boosts banks -

NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. stocks finished broadly higher for the third day in a row Monday. Media, retail and technology companies rose, and Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway led gains for the financial sector.

17. Amazon to buy online pharmacy PillPack -

Amazon.com Inc. is buying PillPack, an online pharmacy that offers pre-sorted dose packaging and home delivery.

Financial terms weren't disclosed.

18. Amazon to buy online pharmacy PillPack -

Amazon.com Inc. is buying PillPack, an online pharmacy that offers pre-sorted dose packaging and home delivery.

Financial terms weren't disclosed.

19. Conservative revolt over immigration sinks House farm bill -

WASHINGTON (AP) — In an embarrassment for House Republican leaders, conservatives on Friday scuttled a bill that combines stricter work and job training requirements for food stamp recipients with a renewal of farm subsidies popular in GOP-leaning farm country.

20. Walmart's plunge sinks retailers, breaking streak for stocks -

The biggest drop in Walmart's stock in 30 years and losses in other sectors pulled U.S. indexes lower Tuesday, snapping a six-day winning streak.

The losses deepened in the last hour of trading into a broad sell-off that erased early gains led by technology companies.

21. Grocery retailer Albertsons to buy drugstore chain Rite Aid -

The privately held owner of Safeway, Vons and other grocery brands is plunging deeper into the pharmacy business with a deal to buy Rite Aid, the nation's third-largest drugstore chain.

Albertsons Companies is offering either a share of its stock and $1.83 in cash or slightly more than a share for every 10 shares of Rite Aid. A deal value was not disclosed in a statement released Tuesday by the companies.

22. Walmart's bruising battle with Amazon saps its 4Q results -

NEW YORK (AP) — Walmart is getting bruised in its battle with online leader Amazon.

The world's largest retailer on Tuesday reported a smaller-than-expected fourth-quarter profit as it wrestled with slower e-commerce sales during the busiest time of the year. The results underscore the company's challenges in a fiercely competitive retail landscape.

23. US stocks edge lower as technology, industrial companies dip -

NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. stocks are lower Thursday morning as technology companies decline and smaller companies slip after a record-setting rally. Drug and medical device maker Abbott Laboratories is climbing after regulators approved its new blood glucose monitoring system for diabetes patients. Energy companies are higher as the price of oil rises.

24. Walgreens, Rite Aid revise store purchase deal to $4.38B -

Walgreens and Rite Aid have finally devised a combination of the nation's largest and third-largest drugstore chains that will get past antitrust regulators.

The companies said Tuesday that they have Federal Trade Commission clearance for a slimmer version of a store-purchase agreement announced in June. Walgreens will now spend $4.38 billion on 1,932 stores, three distribution centers and inventory.

25. Slight gains in US stocks lift Dow, S&P, Nasdaq to new highs -

Wall Street capped a day of mostly listless trading Tuesday with a slight gain, good enough to lift the major U.S. stock indexes to another set of all-time highs.

Banks, insurers and other financial companies led the gainers. Technology companies also helped lift the market. Health care stocks lagged the most, pulling down insurers, hospital operators and other companies as a Republican effort to repeal President Barack Obama's health care bill appeared to gain momentum. Oil prices fell.

26. US stock indexes slide in early trading; oil rises -

U.S. stock indexes moved lower in early trading Thursday, giving up some of their gains from the day before. Technology stocks were down the most. Utilities, real estate companies and other high-dividend stocks also fell. Banks led the gainers after the Federal Reserve said they can buy back more stock and raise their dividends.

27. Walgreens ends yearslong attempt to buy Rite Aid -

NEW YORK (AP) — Walgreens has ended its takeover pursuit of rival Rite Aid following resistance from U.S. regulators and will instead now buy stores, distribution centers and inventory in a new deal.

28. Woolworth on 5th a fitting tribute to city’s sit-ins -

Police didn’t stop me from entering the five-and-dime, site of one of America’s eventual and monumental civil rights victories.

They didn’t drag me out either, as I assume they figured I’m a harmless old man. And, no one spat on me.

29. Events -

Nashville Fashion Week. A city-wide celebration of Nashville’s thriving fashion and retail community and its creative talent. Featuring local, regional and national designers and industry professionals in an array of creative events throughout the week, explore the city’s diverse fashion and retail spaces throughout the week with promotions, partnerships and educational workshops. Shop Nashville Week features special events, trunk shows and deals throughout the city, including downtown retailers Margaret Ellis, Inc., Rachel’s Boutique and Two Old Hippies. Other downtown events include Intro to Metalsmithing: Make Your Own Pearl Bangles at Margaret Ellis, Inc. on Tuesday, April 4; Your Brand, Your Way and How to Protect It at Waller Law inside Nashville City Center on Wednesday, April 5; Emerging Designer Runway Show at Union Station Hotel on Wednesday, April 5; An Evening of Photography and Fashion at Tinney Contemporary, The Rymer Gallery and The Frist Center for the Visual Arts on Thursday, April 6; Introduction to Hand Sewing Workshop at Aurora Nashville inside The Pinnacle on Saturday, April 8; How To Make Money Blogging at The Westin Nashville on Saturday, April 8. Schedule, information: www.nashvillefashionweek.com.

30. Drops for post-election winners drag stocks lower -

NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. stocks fell Monday as investors grew nervous following President Donald Trump imposed a travel ban on seven Muslim-majority countries. Energy companies, which have surged over the last year, took the biggest losses.

31. US stock indexes fall as an afternoon slide accelerates -

Banks led a broad slide in U.S. stocks Wednesday that more than wiped out gains from the day before.

After an early upward turn, the stock market veered into the red by midmorning, the losses accelerating as the day wore on. Basic materials companies, industrials, utilities and energy stocks were among the biggest decliners.

32. US stock indexes move lower in morning trading; oil rises -

Real estate investment trusts led a modest slide for U.S. stocks in morning trading Wednesday. The broad decline wiped out most of the gains from the day before, when the Nasdaq composite index closed at a record high. Trading was quiet in a light week of economic and company news before the New Year's Day holiday weekend.

33. Walgreens, Rite Aid selling 865 stores to Fred's in $9.4B deal -

Walgreens and Rite Aid will sell 865 stores to rival retailer Fred's for $950 million, potentially removing the final roadblock thwarting a tie up between the nation's largest and third-largest drugstore chains.

34. Report: DEA records show W. Va. flooded with painkillers -

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — Drug wholesalers shipped 780 million hydrocodone and oxycodone pills to West Virginia in just six years, a period when 1,728 people fatally overdosed on these two painkillers, according to an investigation by the Charleston Gazette-Mail.

35. Top Middle Tennessee commercial transactions for October 2016 -

Top commercial real estate sales, October 2016, for Davidson, Williamson, Rutherford, Wilson and Sumner counties, as compiled by Chandler Reports.

36. Walgreens buying Rite Aid, creating drugstore giant -

NEW YORK (AP) — Walgreens is buying rival Rite Aid for about $9.41 billion in cash, creating a drugstore giant with nearly 18,000 stores around the world.

The deal combines the largest and third-largest U.S. drugstore chains, based on store counts. And it makes one of the world's largest pharmaceutical buyers even bigger at a time when other key health care players like insurers and drugmakers also are expanding through multi-billion dollar deals.

37. Boosting overtime: Obama calls for broader coverage -

WASHINGTON (AP) — They're called managers, and they sometimes work grueling schedules at fast food chains and retail stores. But with no overtime eligibility, their pay may be lower per hour than many workers they supervise.

38. AmEx to roll out new loyalty program today -

NEW YORK (AP) — American Express will roll out a new loyalty program, Plenti, on Monday, allowing U.S. shoppers for the first time to earn rewards points through a variety of purchases, from paying a phone bill to filling up at the pump.

39. US stocks edge higher after 2 days of losses -

Major U.S. stock indexes moved higher in morning trading Thursday as investors welcomed economic news on jobs and factory orders. The market is coming off a two-day losing streak as traders look ahead to the start of the next round of corporate earnings beginning next week. Oil prices eased after climbing the day before.

40. AmEx to debut multi-brand customer loyalty program in US -

LOS ANGELES (AP) — American Express is preparing to launch a customer loyalty program in the U.S. that will enable shoppers at select retailers rack up points that they can use toward future purchases at Macy's, Exxon Mobil, AT&T and other participating companies.

41. Apple CEO Tim Cook says Apple Pay a success -

LAGUNA BEACH, Calif. (AP) — Apple CEO Tim Cook said Apple's new mobile payment system had over 1 million activations in the first three days after it became available, and is now more widely used than any competing payment system.

42. Stocks creep higher on encouraging news -

NEW YORK (AP) — The U.S. stock market headed higher Thursday as investors received more encouraging news on the economy. The slight gains come a day after the Federal Reserve signaled that it's in no rush to raise interest rates.

43. CVS changes name, stops tobacco sales early -

As CVS sharpens its focus on customer health, the nation's second-largest drugstore chain will tweak its corporate name and stop the sale of tobacco nearly a month sooner than planned.

CVS Caremark said it will now be known as CVS Health, effective immediately. The signs on its roughly 7,700 drugstores won't change, so the tweak may not register with shoppers.

44. US stocks edge lower in midday trading -

Major stock indexes drifted lower in midday trading Thursday, retreating slightly from the market's latest record high close the day before. Coach and Rite Aid were among the biggest decliners on a day when investors weighed reports suggesting that the U.S. economy is gaining strength and a separate report that applications for unemployment benefits fell last week.

45. Stocks are higher after Europe steps up stimulus -

NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks are higher at midday after the European Central Bank took new steps to boost the region's sluggish economy.

The Standard & Poor's 500 index rose eight points, or 0.4 percent, to 1,936 as of noon Eastern time Thursday.

46. Stocks drop; Biotech takes another plunge -

NEW YORK (AP) — Another plunge in the biotechnology sector led stock indexes down Thursday, as Biogen Idec, Gilead Sciences and other biotech companies extended a recent slump. EBay fell after Carl Icahn abandoned an effort to shake up the company and Bed Bath & Beyond fell after reporting weak sales figures.

47. CVS Caremark plans to stop tobacco products sales -

CVS, the nation's second-largest drugstore chain, is kicking the habit of selling tobacco products as it continues to shift its focus toward being more of a health care provider.

The company said Wednesday that it will phase out cigarettes, cigars and chewing tobacco by Oct. 1 in its 7,600 stores nationwide, in a move that it says will help it grow its business that works with doctors, hospitals and others to improve customers' health.

48. Brick-and-mortar stores and Amazon go head-to-head -

NEW YORK (AP) — This holiday season, it's Amazon vs. everyone else. The online giant has attracted customers from the likes of Wal-Mart and Best Buy with low prices and convenient shipping. Now, stores are fighting back and going head-to-head with Amazon as the contest for customers heats up during the busiest shopping period of the year.

49. Stocks open higher after hitting all-time high -

NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks were mostly lower Thursday, a day after hitting a record high because of a surprise move from the Federal Reserve to keep its economic stimulus in place.

The Standard & Poor's 500 index was down two points, or 0.1 percent, to 1,724. The Dow Jones industrial average slipped 34 points, or 0.2 percent, to 15,642 and the Nasdaq composite index was up less than a point to 3784.

50. Stocks extend slide as China adds to worries -

NEW YORK (AP) — There was no let-up in the flight from stocks and bonds Thursday.

Just a day after the Federal Reserve roiled U.S financial markets when it said it could step back from its aggressive economic stimulus program later this year, a slowdown in Chinese manufacturing added to Wall Street's worries.

51. Retailers lead stocks up; Sagging sales hit tech -

NEW YORK (AP) — Rite Aid, Ross Stores and other retailers rose Thursday after turning in better sales, and major indexes edged up for a fourth day straight.

The discount chain Ross Stores jumped 7 percent, the biggest gain in the S&P 500. The company said that stronger sales in March will likely push profits above its previous estimate.

52. Walgreen fiscal 1Q profit sinks nearly 26 pct -

Walgreen's fiscal first-quarter earnings sank nearly 26 percent as costs tied to a couple big deals and Superstorm Sandy helped put a bigger-than-expected dent in the drugstore chain's performance.

53. Waiting on fiscal cliff compromise, stocks meander -

NEW YORK (AP) — The stock market moved between small gains and losses in morning trading Thursday. Uncertainty about the approaching "fiscal cliff," just days away, was top of mind for many traders.

54. Walgreen fiscal 2Q profit slides nearly 8 percent -

Drugstore operator Walgreen Co.'s fiscal second-quarter earnings fell almost 8 percent due in part to its decision to leave the Express Scripts pharmacy network, but the performance still topped analyst expectations.

55. Rite Aid posts smaller-than-expected 1Q loss -

NEW YORK (AP) — Drugstore chain Rite Aid Corp. is reporting a smaller fiscal first-quarter loss as its sales held steady.

56. Rite Aid posts smaller loss as revenue stabilizes -

NEW YORK (AP) — Rite Aid Corp. is reporting a slightly smaller loss for the fiscal fourth quarter as its revenue stabilized after more than two years of declines.