Stocks Rite Aid Corp

  • TORONTO, Oct 10- Canadian pharmacy chain Jean Coutu Group Inc reported a rise in adjusted quarterly earnings on Wednesday, as its generic drug manufacturing subsidiary Pro Doc posted a double-digit gain in sales and operating income.

  • Oct 10- Canadian pharmacy chain Jean Coutu Group Inc reported a rise in adjusted quarterly earnings on Wednesday, as its generic drug manufacturing subsidiary Pro Doc posted a double-digit gain in sales and operating income.

  • Prescription sales growth at Longueuil, Quebec- based Jean Coutu and rivals such as Shoppers Drug Mart Corp has been hurt in recent years by a provincial crackdown on generic drug prices and reimbursement rules.

  • NEW YORK-- Summary of revenue at stores open at least a year in September for drugstore chains, with percentage increase or decrease over the same month last year. These figures are a key indicator of a retailer's health because they exclude revenue at newly opened stores. Rite Aid Corp. -0.7 pct.

  • CAMP HILL, Pa.-- Rite Aid Corp.' s revenue from established locations slid less than 1 percent last month, as the introduction of cheaper generic drugs helped knock down pharmacy sales for the nation's third largest drugstore chain.

  • Oct 4- Rite Aid Corp:. *Says for the four weeks ended September 29, 2012, same store sales decreased. $1.899 billion versus $1.927 billion.

  • Oct 3- Rite Aid Corp:. *Rite aid corp- co and McKesson Corporation entered into a sixth. amendment to certain supply agreement- SEC filing.

  • Oct 2- Rite Aid Corp:. *Rite Aid Corp says it was served with civil subpoena dated August 26, 2011- SEC Filing. *Rite aid- subpoena requests records regarding rite aid's rx savings.

  • Oct 2- Rite Aid Corp:. *Says it was served with civil subpoena dated August 26- SEC filing. *Subpoena requests records regarding Rite aid's rx savings program.

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