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CVS to pull tobacco products

  • CVS Caremark (CVS) will become the first retail pharmacy chain to remove tobacco products from its shelves, according to The Washington Post.
  • The company says the move will cost it billions in revenue, but will help it make the transition to a full-service healthcare provider as its business model evolves.
  • Tobacco stocks are on watch: MO, LO, RAI.
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  • fuzzymc
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    Politically correct has gone wild! Do you really think this will keep people from smoking? Don't think shareholders will like this!
    5 Feb, 07:20 AM Reply Like
  • bbro
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    Here is a hint...more money for CVS long term to be a full service health care provider than
    providing cigarettes....
    5 Feb, 07:29 AM Reply Like
  • Jimjiminy
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    It's funny how culture-specific situations are seen as 'the norm'. Here in the UK chemists (pharmacies) haven't sold cigarettes for decades (if ever !), it's as strange as seeing Mothercare selling guns or pr0n.

     

    (Someone will now tell me that in Texas, Mothercare *do* sell guns...)
    5 Feb, 08:03 AM Reply Like
  • Michael Nau
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    Jeez, they're just changing their business model. Are you upset with GNC that they don't sell cigarettes? Or car dealerships?
    5 Feb, 11:21 AM Reply Like
  • babyboy
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    why would selling fewer things lead to higher sales? smokers will clearly buy less from cvs, but will the anti-smoking community rush in to pick up the slack in sales?

     

    i don't see RAD or WAG as having anything to lose. worst case is that some grass-roots public opinion campaign against them rises up.... in which case they can jump on the bandwagon and give up tobacco products also. but that's just the worst case, and even in that case, they will enjoy months or perhaps years of cultivating brand loyalty among smokers, some of which ought to persist long after cigarettes in drug stores are a distant memory.
    5 Feb, 12:47 PM Reply Like
  • babyboy
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    ehmm, it's a drug. why is it strange to imagine that a drug store might sell it?
    5 Feb, 01:14 PM Reply Like
  • frrizzo380
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    Not a big deal imo for tobacco. In many foreign countries you can't buy cigarettes in pharmacies and tobacco sales do just fine in convenience stores, gas stations, grocers etc.
    5 Feb, 02:25 PM Reply Like
  • Occamsrazor
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    And I found it funny when working in New Zealand as a physician how my UK trained nurses routinely drank like fishes---their routine alcohol consumption would flatten most American longshoremen....takes all kinds, you know.

     

    CVS is not a "pharmacy" in the sense of one of yours---it is a small convenience store that happens to have a pharmacy with it.

     

    Whether it sells cigarettes or not is meaningless.
    6 Feb, 10:36 AM Reply Like
  • Landsharks6
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    Im guessing its not meaningless to CVS bottom line. I would be curious if I owned CVS stock as to how this affects cash flow & profits..
    6 Feb, 02:04 PM Reply Like
  • redarrow5150
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    I believe they've already stated it would be about .06 cents a qtr?
    6 Feb, 03:09 PM Reply Like
  • Ted Bear
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    ..,.and when they replace it with 'medical marijuana', how is that going to be explained?
    5 Feb, 07:24 AM Reply Like
  • chriff
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    one has proven health benefits, the other has been proven to kill you. simple as that.
    5 Feb, 08:30 AM Reply Like
  • njja
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    No one is currently politically correct. Walking thru life stoned will most certainly
    have a more profound effect on your life, and that of the people forced to take care
    of your worthless self in the long run.
    Have you ever seen a productive stoner?
    5 Feb, 10:42 AM Reply Like
  • Occamsrazor
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    "Medical Marijuana's" health benefits---like lung cancer, lowered adolescent IQ and increased risk of schizophrenia if consumed by adolescents, along with 83% of all marijuana consumed in the USA being consumed by the mentally ill (I didn't say 83% of all those who use---I said 83% of all marijuana used). Those health benefits?
    6 Feb, 10:37 AM Reply Like
  • garyekolb
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    Will probably hurt CVS more than tobacco as the 23% of people who smoke will use other drug stores for all there needs.
    5 Feb, 07:27 AM Reply Like
  • addictedToSA
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    More money for Walgreens
    5 Feb, 07:33 AM Reply Like
  • 5981831
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    CVS is down 1% and WAG is up 1%. Interesting
    5 Feb, 01:53 PM Reply Like
  • foxpoint
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    Restricting any product that has a long history of being sold freely in the open market place only creates a black market for it eventually. We hopefully learned our lesson from Prohibition. The black market in booze went sky high and a lot of evil people got rich selling a product to the public that was low in quality and even lethal because since it was illegal, the government had no right to regulate its quality. CVS is a third-rate chain that is beneath the quality of it competitor drug companies in almost every way. It is pandering to the loonies who want everyone to live according to
    their their particular sets of values. And yet they have a huge liquor section in every store! Choose your own poison, Americans or sign over your right to live your life freely!
    5 Feb, 07:35 AM Reply Like
  • JIMSK
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    i don't smoke , but i am not sure i want a retailer to tell me what i can buy ..
    it may be that they have a more profitable use for the space , and will earn more monies by doing this
    jim
    but .. i could be wrong
    5 Feb, 08:27 AM Reply Like
  • frosty
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    There are lots of things CVS chooses not to sell. It is a private business that can carry whatever (legal) products it chooses. There are lots of other companies that also choose not to sell tobacco products and they do just fine - Whole Foods, for example. Prohibition? - the government is not involved, there is no constitutional amendment against tobacco. Black markets are usually reserved for illegal products, which tobacco may eventually become.
    5 Feb, 09:13 AM Reply Like
  • YCMJKM
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    Third Rate.....You're giving them TOO much credit. CVS will NEVER compare to Walgreens..Won't be long now..Walgreens stock will b eon the rise..CVS..BYE BYE!
    5 Feb, 09:16 AM Reply Like
  • foxpoint
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    Who paid off the lefties AND Bible thumpers (They are actually in bed with each other on this!) to declare war on tobacco? They dare not touch booze again because a cyber version of Capone will burn their asses good this time. I am not a smoker Or, a drinker of anything stronger than coffee with a jolt, but I believe in allowing maximized freedom of choice as long as I am paying taxes to support more than half the country, after the last two presidential elections, that is! So its perfectly legal now for mom to sit down at the corner bar trolling for next year's fancy man while she starves her multitude of "chirren" at home! But God help her if she wants to light up a "fag" between boilermakers!! What a very sick society you double-talking twits are giving birth too!
    6 Feb, 05:02 AM Reply Like
  • foxpoint
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    They are already running scared because they got sued for allowing their credit card files to be "illegally compromised." So if you pull up to their drive-up window to pick up a prescription in a snow or sand storm, or a blistering heat wave, you have to prove your identity not once, but twice before they will give you your script since they no longer keep your cc on file in their system -- BUT WALGREENS DOES AND THEIR FILES ARE SECURE because they hire top notch computer techs instead of barking idiots!
    6 Feb, 05:12 AM Reply Like
  • Landsharks6
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    Very well put.I agree 100%
    6 Feb, 02:07 PM Reply Like
  • Profitcripper
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    Watch Revenue go down the drain and stay stagnate for a long, very long time. Holy batman! What have they done?.
    5 Feb, 07:56 AM Reply Like
  • bbro
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    "CVS is a third-rate chain that is beneath the quality of it competitor drug companies in almost every way."
    Last 10 years CVS up 301% SPY up 88%,,,,and WAG 88%...loonies must have a lot of money
    5 Feb, 07:56 AM Reply Like
  • foxpoint
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    It's just because they are the Avis new kid on the block and Walgreens is Hertz. But even mediocrity gets old when you want a company who won't pull cheap tricks to suck up to BO and company (while O sneaks next door to where Clinton kept Monica, to enjoy a furtive "FAG" or more! Why don't you quote your stocks to your preacher?
    6 Feb, 05:40 AM Reply Like
  • Profitcripper
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    It's funny that I know some Mom and Pop stores who refuse to sell tobacco and try to survive doing so, just to find out they were losing the community network of cash and had bow down in selling the tobacco, sometimes against their own religious beliefs. Good luck to CVS.
    5 Feb, 08:04 AM Reply Like
  • Albert Alfonso
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    What a dumb move by CVS. They admit that this will cause them BILLIONS in sales. I might buy some puts this AM...
    5 Feb, 08:12 AM Reply Like
  • foxpoint
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    Yeah! All the "good" holy Joe Bible thumpers will all flood in (they are counting on it!) to buy their booze and condoms for use with their lascivious lovers after choir practice on Wednesday night! "Jews don't recognize Jesus, and Catholics don't recognize Martin Luther, and Protestants don't recognize the pope! But Bible Baptists and Mormies don't recognize each other on Friday night in the liquor store!" Put your hands on your TV set! I feel a message coming! Yes, Lawd Jaysus, I hear you tellin' me to luv and vote for Hillary Clinton!!! Thank you Lawd!
    6 Feb, 05:31 AM Reply Like
  • redarrow5150
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    I like the move but where does this go next? Soda? Candy Bars? Alcohol?
    5 Feb, 08:54 AM Reply Like
  • 5981831
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    To answer your questions some obvious ones: Paper cutlery (trees), Plastic (big oil)
    5 Feb, 01:54 PM Reply Like
  • foxpoint
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    How about POT (for medicinal purposes only, of course!)? Cough! Cough!
    6 Feb, 05:45 AM Reply Like
  • mostserene1
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    Tobacco is a legal product. Will they stop selling Twinkies because they cause obesity? Self-righteous move that I hope hurts the company.
    5 Feb, 08:56 AM Reply Like
  • DGI_Dan
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    This is bad move by CVS. Revenue from tobacco products has to be in Billions and CVS is just pissing away on that money. My brother is pharmacist at CVS and he has seen many people buy prescription drugs and cigarettes at same time. I hope CVS knows what they are doing.
    5 Feb, 08:59 AM Reply Like
  • freepuremind
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    Cvs you idiot. Why don't you just remove Pepsi , coca cola , alcohol , snicker bar and sweets that rotten my teeth while you are at it. I love Pepsi and coke despite its sugary content and the fact that I may get diabetes in the long run is my choice, but its what I want to drink, are you going to stop selling that too? It's my feel good drink of choice. I will not got to your cvs store because of this. I will go to Walgreens or Walmart where I can get everything under one roof. If I owned your stock I would be dumping it this morning for sure. By the way I am not a smoker but, you folks will soon start telling people what they can and can't eat.
    5 Feb, 09:16 AM Reply Like
  • Bryce_in_TX
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    "By the way I am not a smoker but, you folks will soon start telling people what they can and can't eat. "
    Medco and now other insurance companies began telling its customers where they could obtain medical services, including prescriptions, in 1994. They TELL you where you can go. You can go to someone outside your network, but it will cost you a lot more. The fact is that big insurance have been dictators for 20 years now.
    5 Feb, 09:31 AM Reply Like
  • Bryce_in_TX
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    "The company plans to phase out all tobacco sales by Oct. 1, and expects it could lose approximately $2 billion in annual revenue generated both by tobacco sales and other products purchased by the same shoppers. The pharmacy chain generates approximately $125 billion in revenue annually."

     

    $2 billion is not a significant chunk of $125 billion.

     

    "CVS expects that halting tobacco sales will reduce earnings per share by 6 to 9 cents. But the company said in a statement that it has "identified incremental opportunities that are expected to offset the profitability impact." Foulkes declined to prove additional details on those opportunities."

     

    They have a plan to make up the shortfall in revenue. One would be to increase sales of aids to help people stop smoking. Another would be to enhance their initiatives with the MinuteClinics.

     

    "CVS has increasingly moved beyond its traditional role as a pharmacy in recent years, expanding its reach as a health-care provider. Its MinuteClinics services have allowed the company to increasingly enter into contracts with hospitals and health plans, often providing primary care services on the weekends and evenings, when doctors' offices tend to be closed."

     

    I worked as a pharmacist tech for about 10 years for an independent pharmacist. In 1994, Merck/Medco started changing the game by creating preferred provider networks. Because the pharmacy I worked for was an independent, we began to see revenues fall from prescriptions because the business we were used to receiving from insurance groups such as the Texas Public Teachers and U.S. Postal Service Employees and military Tricare was forced to trade elsewhere, going to large pharmacy chains primarily. Customers/patients who had traded with us for years and decades were forced to stop doing business with us and go to a CVS, Eckerds, Walgreens, etc. Our independent pharmacy was automatically excluded from the preferred provider network by the decision made by Merck/Medco. At this time, thousands of independently owned pharmacies began to fail and go out of business. Ours wasn't one of them.

     

    The pharmacist I worked for started compounding prescriptions. The chain pharmacies in our area was not in this business and the compounding business began to take off. However, our location was a negative. Having opened for business around 1925 or 1930, the population had aged over the years and was dying off. The location was surrounded by middle class people back then, but now the people living in vacinity of the pharmacy were more lower income, poor, and crime had become more and more a problem over the years. So, the pharmacist realized he would have to relocate to survive. He found a former gasoline filling station, now vacant, that was located on the corner of the same block as the city's only hospital. He bought it and remodeled and turned it into a pharmacy. It was a one way street, so the first pharmacy people saw after leaving the hospital was ours. We made the move, and the rest is history. At the old location, I was the only tech working with the pharmacist. Today, his business supports some 4 to 6 techs and his business is thriving and compounding is still a significant part of his business.

     

    I wouldn't be surprised if the phase out of tobacco at CVS has been in the works for several years, similar to the moves made by my boss to replace lost revenue, and they feel they have reached the stage of other health related business, such as the MinuteClinics, being able to offset the loss in revenue from the tobacco.

     

    "CVS has increasingly moved beyond its traditional role as a pharmacy in recent years, expanding its reach as a health-care provider. Its MinuteClinics services have allowed the company to increasingly enter into contracts with hospitals and health plans, often providing primary care services on the weekends and evenings, when doctors' offices tend to be closed.

     

    CVS chief medical officer Troyen A. Brennan estimates that the company has between 30 and 40 partnerships with health-care systems across the country, and is in talks with a similar number about starting additional arrangements."
    5 Feb, 09:24 AM Reply Like
  • redarrow5150
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    I will add one other comment...tobacco is an ancilliary product to CVS. It's not like their a convenience store who just quickly stop in to pick up smokes. Heck if I'm CVS I replace the cigarette area with e-cigarettes.
    5 Feb, 09:26 AM Reply Like
  • k8svt
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    Many of the CVS stores have urgent care clinics and it is like selling cigarettes in a doctors office. CVS wants to have their customers live healthier longer lives and they will do just fine without tobacco.
    5 Feb, 09:32 AM Reply Like
  • njja
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    I hope this place goes right out of business. I have shopped there on occasion but I will be certain to never set foot inside another cvs.
    I am not a smoker myself, but I respect adults ability to choose their own path in life.
    If the left is hell bent on legalizing POT I fail to see the logic is banning tobacco.
    5 Feb, 10:55 AM Reply Like
  • glf4mny
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    Although I quit smoking 12 years ago, that did not stop me from investing in the tobacco companies who are some of the best dividend payers out there. CVS has a strange business model. You'd think they would try to sell more tobacco products in order to increase related diseases which in turn creates more healthcare sales that yields greater profits. What now?Replace the tobacco spaces with more wine and beer, soft drinks and junk food, candy and condoms and guns and ammo. Oh well, since I own those stocks too, their model will probably help me more than themselves.
    5 Feb, 11:11 AM Reply Like
  • positivethoughts
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    Walgreens will now sell more cigarettes and will sell more healthcare related products to smokers who switch to Walgreens as their pharmacy of choice. Walgreeens might see a 2% increase in EPS as a result. So the swing betweent the two companies is 4%. Remember, smokers are big spenders at pharmacy stores.

     

    I think sugar is almost as unhealthy as ciagrette smoking. I think CVS, if they really care about their customers, should take out Coke and Pepsi products, as well as Hershey, Cadbury, Mars etc.
    5 Feb, 11:28 AM Reply Like
  • JohnBinTN
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    I worked at a (WAG) distribution center for a time (I was a 'picker' :))... Candy was the biggest mover. As pick lines got done for the night, we'd all have to file over to the candy aisles to help them finish the shift. It was good for extra hours at least a couple nights a week. :)
    5 Feb, 12:05 PM Reply Like
  • Be Here Now
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    I expect the 'incremental opportunities' will include e-cigs. Thus the tobacco companies will not be banned from CVS.
    6 Feb, 07:27 PM Reply Like
  • positivethoughts
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    I know candy is the biggest mover. In my dollar store, sugar was the number one category (choclate bars, treats) in my store.

     

    I was making a joke that CVS is trying to pretend as though they care about giving their customers healthy choices, hence the move away from cigarettes.

     

    Give me 20 people, 10 who smoke every day and 10 who eat too much sugar; and I would bet the people who eat too much sugar will have more health problems throughout their lives than the smokers. Smoking is obviously bad, but sugar is also terrible for the body.
    6 Feb, 07:51 PM Reply Like
  • brubaker
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    Hey, I've not been in a drug store in two years. Don't they sell alcoholic bevs?? Never heard of tobacco being cited as the cause or vehicle accidents.
    5 Feb, 12:49 PM Reply Like
  • bobcom9017@bellsouth.net
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    Didn't know they sold smokes. All I care about is EPS and theirs just went down.

     

    Anyone who wants to buy will just go elsewhere. Glad I sold my shares in this company a couple of years ago. I do wish them well though.
    5 Feb, 01:42 PM Reply Like
  • ronwei
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    Bravo CVS! It's time we all stand for something in addition to what's in our bank account. They'll make it up from people like me who will shop there more for this decision.
    5 Feb, 01:51 PM Reply Like
  • hotstuff
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    I have stood behind and waited as customers purchase tons of sweets and high priced goods at CVS. See you at Walgreens guys.
    5 Feb, 01:54 PM Reply Like
  • tomlos
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    I love how tobacco is a convenient demon while alcohol, sugar, fat, and everything else that people enjoy doing (free adults) are just fine no problem. Hope they pull liquor next, and everything else that is "bad".

     

    Long WAG.
    5 Feb, 02:09 PM Reply Like
  • Guardian3981
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    Purely political, if pharmacies had to rely soley on drug sales they would go out of business. Thats why 90% of the square footage at Rite Aid, CVS, Walgreens etc is Birthday cars, Beer, and misc other bs that has nothing to do with drugs.

     

    They are basically convenience stores that also sell drugs.
    5 Feb, 02:15 PM Reply Like
  • bigticket99
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    will CVS take on products from smoking cessation products such as being offered by XXII? Stock is up with this news.
    5 Feb, 02:16 PM Reply Like
  • mostserene1
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    CVS must being doing very well as a company to risk losing billions in earnings. Companies should steer clear of artificial morality issues. States receive huge revenues from tobacco - wonder if they will also feel the pain.
    5 Feb, 02:53 PM Reply Like
  • redarrow5150
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    Risk losing BILLIONS of dollars. Wow talk about hyperbolic statements. To think that CVS isn't capable of replacing sales is totally idiotic.
    5 Feb, 03:35 PM Reply Like
  • Bryce_in_TX
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    Losing $2 billion out of $125 is immaterial. They stated they have already taken steps to make up the lost revenue. Read the article. This won't impact them one iota. I'm sure they've been in this transition for several years. You an vote with your wallet and shop elsewhere. It's not going to impact them, nevertheless.
    5 Feb, 05:04 PM Reply Like
  • larrydino
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    If CVS is really serious about taking such a strong position to support the health and well-being of its customers, than they better throw in the removal of alcohol beverages and sodas as of October 1, 2014. Why is CVS only discriminating against the sale of cigarettes to reduce chronic illnesses? I think Larry Merlo, CEO & President better step back and take a strong look at the illnesses caused by alcohol and sodas. The lost of an estimated $2 billion in annual revenue is just a start of their revenue loss because customers who go to CVS to buy their cigarettes will now be going to any of the hundreds of other places to do their shopping and buying their cigarettes. Wish them luck with only going part of the way to reduce chronic illnesses.
    5 Feb, 09:17 PM Reply Like
  • delt84
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    Agree, I can see them losing gum, mint, and soda sales as result of this decision because these items are add ons to cigs purchases. Not to mention are more profitable items in the store.
    7 Feb, 04:32 AM Reply Like
  • redarrow5150
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    All of you who think this speaks disaster by CVS in losing sales to cigarettes are under this assumption they can't make that up with other products and services? Short term it will impact them but longer term it's going to be immaterial.
    5 Feb, 09:23 PM Reply Like
  • Be Here Now
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    red,

     

    I'll repeat my comment from above. I expect those other products will include e-cigs.
    6 Feb, 07:29 PM Reply Like
  • redarrow5150
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    Actually I think it will show the strength of managment with CVS. It's easier to cut than grow so what they do in generating sales either e-cigs or other products is going to be interesting.
    7 Feb, 08:29 AM Reply Like
  • positivethoughts
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    They would of substituted a long time ago if they could have put something better in cigs place.
    7 Feb, 02:31 PM Reply Like
  • redarrow5150
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    Why? Change of philosophy doesn't just sit for a long time ago. By your comment you seem to think this is a knee jerk reaction and management is flying by the seat of there pants?
    7 Feb, 02:41 PM Reply Like
  • JIMSK
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    maybe they should cut out all soda drinks / candies and chocolates .. now that would send a message ..
    i am sure they could replace those items with items that will generate greater profit ..
    jim
    but i could be wrong
    8 Feb, 05:14 PM Reply Like
  • JIMSK
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    yea like make more room for diabeties testing equipment ..
    displayed on the cashier counter
    jim
    but i could be wrong
    8 Feb, 05:16 PM Reply Like
  • JohnBinTN
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    Yes. They could put carrot sticks and yogurt in their place. I'm sure that won't affect revs going forward.
    8 Feb, 05:20 PM Reply Like
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