WOONSOCKET, R.I. — The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has closed a two-year investigation into pharmacy benefit management CVS Caremark's business practices, the drug store chain said on Friday. While the FTC made no allegations of antitrust law violations or anti-competitive behavior, the agency alleged from 2007 until at least November 2008, CVS subsidiary Rx America posted incorrect prices for certain Medicare Part D prescription drugs at CVS and Walgreen Co. (WAG) ...
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