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In New York Times, Prepaid Fee Story Misses The Mark

Patrice Peyret | Posted 09.01.2013 | Business
Patrice Peyret

Finding a few people to say they're upset and citing the general growth of prepaid cards as a proof of the problem's scope just places all payroll programs under the same umbrella and paints them with a black brush.

Kim Bhasin

Major Chain Is Getting A Makeover | Kim Bhasin | Posted 07.01.2013 | Business

In the face of large, aggressively expanding discount chains and low-price online stores, Walgreens is shifting its image, store design and product as...

Kim Bhasin

More Retailers Dump Paula Deen | Kim Bhasin | Posted 06.28.2013 | Business

Sears and Walgreens are the latest companies to distance themselves from celebrity chef Paula Deen. Sears Holdings, which owns department store cha...

In Florida, Selling a Pot Pipe Is a Felony But Illegally Pushing Millions of OxyContin Is a Fine

Russ Belville | Posted 08.17.2013 | Miami
Russ Belville

To put this in perspective, try and imagine the DEA caught an average American with a $45,000 annual income diverting millions of OxyContin on the black market and then settled with the American for a $47.25 fine and no criminal charges.

PHOTOS: This Is An Actual Walgreens Store In Chicago

Craig Kanalley | Posted 08.04.2013 | Chicago
Craig Kanalley

Meet... a Walgreens in Chicago. It's located at the old Noel State Bank building, as explained here, a 1919 construction that is also a registered Chicago Landmark. That's at 1601 North Milwaukee Avenue in Chicago.

The World's Fanciest Walgreens Is Almost Here

Posted 07.08.2013 | San Francisco

When you walk into a Walgreens, what's the first thing you look for? If you answered, "a $2,000 bottle of luxury wine," you're in luck: San Francis...

Small but Meaningful Victories for Brooklynites

Alan Singer | Posted 05.13.2013 | New York
Alan Singer

Windsor Terrace, Brooklyn where I live, has been without a full-service supermarket since last June when the local Key Food on Prospect and 11th Avenues closed and the property was leased to Walgreens.

Major Drug Store Accused Of Misleading Customers

Reuters | Posted 05.11.2013 | Business

* Cardiovascular health claims challenged * Walgreen declines to comment By Jonathan Stempel March 11 (Re...

John Celock

GOP Gov Pushes Employment Plan To Colleagues | John Celock | Posted 02.24.2013 | Politics

WASHINGTON -- The Republican governor of South Dakota shared his personal experience growing up as the child of two deaf parents as part of the Nation...

Photos For Everyone. And Everything.

Guy Cimbalo | Posted 03.25.2013 | Small Business
Guy Cimbalo

New York's Aviary brings its tech to big business A well trafficked axiom in startup circles suggests that in a gold rush, selling pickaxes is your b...

25 Lessons I Learned From My Bout With The Flu

Joanne Tombrakos | Posted 03.16.2013 | Women
Joanne Tombrakos

You see, I got hit. Hard. For the better part of the last week I was forced to remove myself from normal, daily life. I am one of those left flat out by this year's so-called "epidemic." I had a lot of time to think while I lay in a fetal position in my darkened bedroom.

Walgreens Is Not Always the Answer

Barbara Otto | Posted 03.16.2013 | Impact
Barbara Otto

The Walgreens model is not the answer for everyone. Figuring out how to employ people with disabilities in middle- and high-skilled jobs would improve this group's economic outlook and give American competitiveness more bang for the buck.

John Celock

Gov. Remains 'Really Excited' About Culture-Change Push | John Celock | Posted 01.11.2013 | Politics

WASHINGTON - Halfway through his term as chairman of the National Governors Association, Delaware Gov. Jack Markell (D) remains "really excited" about...

WATCH: Tornado Hits Walgreens

The Huffington Post | Andres Jauregui | Posted 12.27.2012 | Green

Amazing surveillance video from a Walgreens pharmacy in Mobile, Ala., captured the harrowing moments when a tornado bore down on the store Christmas D...

We Have The Trick To Make Last-Minute Shopping A Total Breeze

The Huffington Post | Michelle Persad | Posted 12.22.2012 | Style

We have the answers.

Store Opening Times On Thanksgiving And Black Friday

The Huffington Post | Posted 11.22.2012 | Money

Here is a roundup of store hours at some of the biggest Black Friday retailers. Keep in mind, times may vary depending on location. It's always best t...

David Lohr

19-Year-Old Woman Found After Disappearing Under Suspicious Circumstances | David Lohr | Posted 11.07.2012 | Crime

Authorities in Alabama have located a Tennessee teen after she disappeared with her boyfriend, who is now accused in a hit-and-run incident involving ...

Jeffrey Young

Drugstores Struggle To Fill Prescriptions In Areas Hard-Hit By Hurricane Sandy | Jeffrey Young | Posted 11.01.2012 | Business

Hundreds of drugstores across New York and New Jersey remain closed in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy as pharmacists, corporate chains, independent ...

Schools Making Bribes For What?!

The Huffington Post | Caroline Fairchild | Posted 10.31.2012 | Money

Parents have long debated whether or not it's healthy to bribe kids to do things like finish their homework on time or eat all of their vegetables. Bu...

In-Store Navigation Is Finally Here

Daniel Burrus | Posted 11.12.2012 | Business
Daniel Burrus

The retail drug store Walgreens has been working with a company called aisle411 to develop an in-store navigation system customers can use on their sm...

Trymaine Lee

'Stand Your Ground' Backer Dumped By Two More Major Corporations | Trymaine Lee | Posted 07.26.2012 | Black Voices

The list of major corporations severing ties with right-wing public policy group American Legislative Exchange Council continues to grow with Thursday...

Hiring Disabled Workers Can Make Companies More Efficient: Report

Posted 08.22.2012 | Business

Across the country, disabled Americans are struggling with high unemployment. And companies might be suffering because of it. In 2007, when Walgre...

Here's How Chains Are Fighting The End Of Retail

Slate | Matthew Yglesias | Posted 07.26.2012 | Business

After decades of population decline, America's cities have started to see growth again over the past twenty years. Over the past five years, the u...

Windsor Terrace Residents Ask "Where Will We Shop?"

Alan Singer | Posted 09.22.2012 | New York
Alan Singer

Unfortunately for us, many other community residents, and for the approximately 50 people who worked there, our Key Food closed for good in the middle of June and will be replaced by a Walgreen pharmacy sometime in early 2013.

John Celock

Jobs For The Disabled Get A New Champion | John Celock | Posted 07.15.2012 | Politics

WILLIAMSBURG, Va. -- The new chairman of the National Governors Association plans to focus his year at the helm on developing ways that states can hel...