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Wednesday, July 13, 2011


 no prescription needed online pharmacy

Excellent post. One of the things that we really need to address is how WAG will make up for the loss of the Express Scripts contract. That contract resulted in $5.3 billion in annual sales at Walgreen which is nearly 8% of its total. That's a big whole that they need to fill. I wonder if WAG is one of those companies that look better out the back window; whereas a CVS, which has very good Rule 1 numbers except for ROIC of only 6.7%), will be a stronger player going forward.

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