A California pharmacist has filed a class-action lawsuit against Walmart, accusing the retail giant of cheating pharmacists out of work breaks and overtime pay.
North Dakota residents who last year rejected a ballot measure that would have removed pharmacy-ownership restrictions should know that their opponents were well financed.
Among four New York retail chains, only 21% of store-brand supplements tested contained the plant material named on their labels.
More than one million Americans have signed up for coverage under the Affordable Care Act, but many are having difficulty using their coverage because they have not received plan identification numbers from insurers. To aid those in such situations, Walgreens, Wal-Mart, Kroger, and other large and small pharmacies are offering a limited amount of medications at no upfront cost.
A Washington State pharmacist has filed suit against Wal-Mart, claiming the giant retailer hired him with knowledge of his past drug addiction and license suspension, then later fired him because of that same history.