Is Walgreens doomed?

Pessina could be interested an LBO because he thinks Mr. Market undervalues Walgreens stock. The company’s share price is low. Traders paid $62.25 for Walgreens (NASDQ: WBA) shares on November 11, 2019.

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The Incredibly Growing Amazon

Some Amazon customers can pay utility bills using Amazon Pay with the help of Fintech firm Paymentus’s Instant Payment Network (IPN), MarketWatch reports. Amazon claims customers in 95% of US ZIP codes could pay utility bills with Amazon Pay by 2020.

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4 Essential Trends for Retail Brands in 2020

There is no retail apocalypse, and smart retail brands are leveraging their place in an always-challenging environment. Technology, the disruptor of traditional retail, is also proving to be the solution. Here are the retail trends that will continue to matter in 2020.

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Kroger is a Value Investment in Retail

The risks Kroger is taking are great, but those risks are far smaller than the gamble Jeff Bezos took on robots. Amazon proves the fulfillment center and robot strategy works.

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How Does Target Survive in the Age of Amazon?

One of the few ways, Target can fight Amazon is to recruit allies. Predictably, Target is partnering with Disney (NYSE: DIS) for an anti-Amazon offensive.

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Will Pepsico Survive?

Consequently, Pepsico’s current stable of brands includes; Lipton’s tea, Tropicana Orange Juice, Gatorade, Aquafina water, Pure Leaf Tea, Soby Tea, Bubly Sparkling Waters, Propel Water, Naked Juice, and Starbucks cold coffee drinks.

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Is Big Pharma making Money at Pfizer?

To clarify, classic value investors look for cash rich companies that are unpopular and unfashionable. As a pharmaceutical house in 2019, Pfizer Inc. (NYSE: PFE) is both.

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Is Dollar Tree Doomed?

Other interesting partnerships for Dollar Tree could be Amazon, Kroger (NYSE: KR), and Walgreen’s (NASDAQ: WBA). Kohl’s is accepting Amazon returns, and Amazon is expanding its brick and mortar footprint with Amazon Go and other concepts. Meanwhile, Kroger and Walgreen’s are experimenting with joint-stores in Kentucky.

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