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Articles from Chain Drug Review (April 9, 1990)

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Albertson's reports another record-breaking year. 235
American Drug sales ahead 10% for year. 602
American Express is gaining chain clients. 517
Auto accessories results mixed for drug chains. 529
Chains are considering new options; pay phones, fax machines pose opportunity. 659
Cigarette sales continue decline; excessive inventories cut. 1059
CVS passes 800-store milestone. 483
Dentifrice activity is expected to slow. 752
F&M targets Twin Cities marketplace. Reynolds, Mike 731
F&M unveils major expansion program. 340
Fay's posts slim gain in earnings. 331
Genovese names Kett Genrex president. 340
K&B targets Montgomery for growth. 356
Mass market retailing taken to new heights. Pinto, David editorial 764
Men's fragrances posting gains. 353
Merger makes Ranir no. 2. 203
Moore Medical finances on upswing; losses are reduced. 305
New Jersey merchants are fighting an O-T-C sales tax. Greco, Matthew 457
New stores pare Genovese net; sales advance by 10.6%. 464
O&M signs contract to supply UCLA; could reach $60 million. 313
Perry plans to leave 2 states; analysts applaud decision. 449
Pet food competition explodes; sales growth moderate. 584
Pet supplies market to grow 14% a year. 860
Rinses drive mouthwash segment. 293
Stability lies ahead for cigar industry. 322
Study urges chains to hike sales effort. 370
Thrift makes changes in its executive ranks. 178
Wellby is taking steps to develop 5-year plan. Alfaro, Charles 821
Woolworth increases store count; Rx Place, Express formats. 426

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