Amazon's $6 for a six-month supply of prescription drugs means investors in retail pharma must be extra-cautious right now

When Walmart started its $4 generic drug program, it had an overnight chilling effect on both pharmacy retail companies like CVS and Rite Aid and mom-and-pop pharmacies, which had to drastically slash their pricing to compete. This was possible largely because of the historically high margins on man...

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