CAMP HILL, Pa. -- Rite Aid's stockholders overwhelmingly approved the acquisition of the Brooks and Eckerd drug store chains from the Jean Coutu Group, Longueuil, Canada, at a special meeting in Harrisburg, Pa., yesterday. Based on the preliminary tally, reported by Rite Aid, more than 97% of the 414,298,141 votes cast were in favor of the transaction. Stockholders also voted to approve an amendment to Rite Aid's certificate of incorporation to increase the authorized number of shares of ...

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