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Smoking gun

21 October 2014 By Reynolds Holding

The U.S. pharmacy chain’s benefits arm may charge customers extra for using drugstores that, unlike CVS, sell cigarettes. That’s reminiscent of anti-competitive tying that got Microsoft in trouble. The cases differ, but concerns about market power make the company worth watching.

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