One early estimate puts the price for mending the people hurt in the marathon attack at more than $9 million.
Each side made sizable campaign contributions in New York state as a retail jobs tax credit got stitched into a minimum wage bill.
Target initiated with a 'neutral,' and Microsoft upgraded to 'overweight.'
The CDC says many poor and uninsured people fail to take medication, leading to ER visits. One-fifth of all patients ask for cheaper drugs.
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While chains like CVS and Rite-Aid depend on pharmacy profits, the warehouse retailer uses prescriptions to draw traffic.
For now, the retail giant is trading at an attractive valuation.
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