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February 16, 2014
22:03 EDTCVSCVS Caremark shares could reach $85 in a year, Barron's says
CVS Caremark's move to stop selling tobacco products should bring in healthcare contract renewals, which more than make up for the EPS loss from tobacco sales. The stock could rise to $85 in a year, Barron's argues in a feature article. The company has a healthy dividend yield and buyback program, the paper adds. Reference Link
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October 30, 2014
06:28 EDTCVSMajor merchant group could accept NFC technology, NY Times says
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06:04 EDTCVSMCX says unauthorized parties obtained email addresses of CurrentC participants
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October 29, 2014
07:53 EDTCVSMCX member stores block Apple Pay amid threat of fines, NY Times says
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October 28, 2014
07:21 EDTCVSCBI to hold a conference
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06:38 EDTCVSApple says Apple Pay in 220,000 locations already, Business Insider reports
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06:05 EDTCVSApple head responds as retailers bar Pay service, Reuters says
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October 27, 2014
13:03 EDTCVSCVS says 'cannot accept' Apple Pay at this time, CNBC says
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07:15 EDTCVSWal-Mart, Best Buy among companies rejecting Apple Pay, Business Insider says
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07:13 EDTCVSMinuteClinic enters into clinical collaboration agreement
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06:09 EDTCVSCVS may be disabling NFC to shut down Apple Pay, Google Wallet, MacRumors says
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October 21, 2014
08:03 EDTCVSCVS offering drug plan with higher co-pay at stores selling tobacco, WSJ says
CVS Health (CVS), which stopped selling tobacco products last month, is now offering a prescription-drug plan via its pharmacy benefits unit Caremark that charges patients copayments that are up to $15 higher on prescriptions filled where tobacco is sold, which includes at rival pharmacies operated by Walgreen (WAG) and Rite-Aid (RAD), reported The Wall Street Journal. Reference Link

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