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Articles from Chain Drug Review (March 17, 1997)

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Title Author Type Words
A new twist in diabetes care. 687
Advancements in technology improve the quality of diabetes care. 919
Bindley Western posts record sales, earnings. 614
Candy sales show continued strength. 1195
Chain drug stocks reach all-time high. 851
Chain drug stores embrace specialty beers. 940
Consumables star of front end. 1333
Cosmetics business bounces back. 1126
Costs associated with acquisitions hurt Penney net. 754
Cuti makes mark on NY drug chain. 913
CVS, Giant installing logistics management software. 514
Despite controversy, tobacco still a staple. 1325
Digital imaging raises questions in photo category. 546
Discriminatory pricing update. Pennington, David 921
Drug chains enjoy a strong year in 1996. 1040
Drug chains fight to keep O-T-C share. 1401
Eckerd hires more Thrift executives. 541
Electronics gets a big boost from prerecorded video sales. 1282
Experts warn more work is needed to combat Alzheimer's disease. 529
FDA proposes changing format of O-T-C labeling. 626
Fragrances continue to falter. 735
Fuji puts APS products in spotlight at PMA. 1106
Gap between Rx, managed care targeted. 811
Giant offers assistance to diabetic customers. 581
Glucose meter makers stress innovation; sales of blood glucose meters and strips exceeded $1.2 billion last year. 1110
GPIA eyes issue of user fees. 617
Growth in pharmacy a two-edged sword. 1013
Hair care category remains a challenge. 610
HReasy unveils new version of interactive voice system. 506
Introduction of APS helps stir interest in photography category. 1345
Kodak touts new technology. 1191
Launches to spur shampoo sales. Sloan, Pat 796
Levin takes stock of work at Revlon. 1201
MediZine provides chains with marketing opportunities. Bibliography 695
NACDS meeting eyes logistics. Vogel, Mike 503
New regulations on sale of tobacco take effect. 499
Newman begins to put his stamp on chain drug retailing. Pinto, David Editorial 741
Niche diabetes care products a boon for patients and retailers. 1355
Nonalcoholic beverages are hot. 974
Oral care appliances a bright spot. 694
Patient compliance remains a big problem in treating diabetes. 1189
Phar-Mor streamlines handling of invoices. 909
PharmaPrint aims to standardize components of herbal medicine. 455
Point-of-sale scanning suppliers stress innovation. 1158
Prepaid phone cards come into their own. 759
Private label products become a force in diabetes care category. 893
Rate of decrease in toy category shows. 965
Revco employees talk about chain's demise. 1078
Rx patients target of direct marketing. McClorey, Michael 933
Skaggs family to sell its stake in American Stores. 794
Small chain execs analyze strategies. Monks, Richard 798
Social expressions sales robust. 926
Some see promise in housewares. 891
Store brands plan an important role in chain drug mix. 821
Sunglasses help fuel growth in sundries. 628
Suppliers target party goods. 547
Support for source tagging gains critical mass at retail. Shoemaker, Dave 1541
Technology enlisted in compliance battle. 983
Technology transforms American Stores. 831
Toiletries a mixed bag for drug chains. 1022

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