Retail pharmacists faced an unexpected challenge from President Bush's administration in July when the newly elected Republican proposed a prescription-drug discount scheme that reached right into their pockets. The story was one of several news events that affected the nonfood categories of supermarkets this year. Others included the addition of pharmacies to several regional food chains, the partnerships between leading toy retailers and some supermarkets, the addition of one-hour photo ...
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