MH, I’m gonna try one more thing. I can see a few posts that I believe may have been deleted (not by me I hasten to add). I’m gonna copy and paste them and try and post them under my name but put ”originally posted by MH” If this fails then there’s not a lot I can do, and your’e right, I think it’ll be time to call it a day..
While on the other hand, Anita Dongre, the Indian fashion designer had launched three different brands AND, Global Desi and an eponymous brand having identified different target markets. AND comprises of western wear, Global Desi comprises of Indian wear and the eponymous brand caters to brides. This way the designer could reach a larger consumer pool, at the same time, keep true to the core of having a narrow target base..
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The biggest problem for CVS appears to be increased competition from rival Walgreens (WBA), which now owns European pharmacy giant Boots and is also in the process of buying Rite Aid (RAD).CVS said that it expects to lose more than 40 million prescriptions.Related: Canada’s top pharmacy chain prepares to sell medical marijuanaCEO Larry Merlo said that some prescriptions have begun “migrating out of our pharmacies this quarter” and that the company is “currently experiencing slowing prescription growth in the overall market.”CVS bought pharmacy benefits manager Caremark a few years ago, a deal that may be backfiring on the company. CVS may be alienating some companies who are worried about how much power it holds in the prescription drug business.Walgreens has sought to take advantage of those fears. It has partnered with Caremark rival Optum Rx, which is owned by insurance giant UnitedHealth (UNH).Walgreens also has a strategic alliance with Prime Therapeutics, the mail order unit of more than a dozen Blue Cross and Blue Shield health plans.