On Friday, Shares of Rite Aid Corporation (NYSE:RAD), added 1.59% and closed at $7.69 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $7.60 and $7.76. To celebrate American Pharmacist Month, Rite Aid is asking customers nationwide to recognize their favorite pharmacy team member through its thirteenth annual Vote for Your Favorite Pharmacy Team Member Contest. By submitting a nomination for their favorite Rite Aid pharmacy team member, customers have a chance to win $2,500 in Rite Aid gift cards. The contest was designed to recognize Rite Aid pharmacy associates counting pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, pharmacy managers, pharmacy cashiers and Wellness Ambassadors, for their commitment to providing excellent customer service.
“American Pharmacist Month is a great time to acknowledge the dedication of our pharmacy teams as they continue to assist our customers and their families lead healthy lives every day,” said Tammy Royer, Rite Aid senior vice president of pharmacy operations. “Our pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, wellness ambassadors and pharmacy cashiers are committed and dedicated to making a difference year-round in the lives of those in the communities we serve by providing unique services such as medication consultations or assisting patients find solutions to improve medication adherence.”
Twenty-First Century Fox Inc (NASDAQ:FOXA), jumped 0.75% and closed at $24.22 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $24.04 and $24.42. The company’s Market capitalization is $45.79 Billion with the total Outstanding Shares of 1.06 Billion. FOX Business Network (FBN) delivered its highest rated presidential debate coverage in the network’s nine year history, according to Nielsen Media Research. Reporting live from the debate hall at Hofstra University, FBN’s special coverage of the first presidential debate averaged 673,000 total viewers from 9-10:45PM/ET, beating CNBC’s 520,000 by 29 percent in total viewers. During primetime (8-11PM/ET), FBN also swept CNBC with 532,000 total viewers verses 407,000, a 31 percent advantage.
Led by anchor and managing editor Neil Cavuto, together with FBN’s Lou Dobbs, Trish Regan, Charlie Gasparino and Kennedy, FBN’s comprehensive coverage (8PM-1AM/ET) earned 411,000 total viewers, beating CNBC’s programing, which included repeats of Shark Tank together with the presidential debate, by 41 percent. In Addition To, Lou Dobbs’ 7PM/ET pre-debate special coverage averaged 291,000 total viewers, beating CNBC by 106 percent.