AS a cvs employee most of the complaining i"m
coming from customers !!! But nobody wants
this fact !!!! AND if these
complaints are not addressed
you will be able to do your
job a lot easier BUT YOU WILL
FEEL "THEIR" PAIN
if we as employees of this company don't stop the
complaining and don't do the job we will all find out what
pain is.we will decide if this is to be the best drug
chain or if we will be 2nd best.turn your negative
energy into positive effort are we are all doomed.
The CVS Exec's are not stupid or
unethical and the Board of Directors, including Mr.
Applebaum, would be sued and put in jail if they reported
"over inflated" storeis or numbers. I thinks it's
profit taking driving down the price. Remember, CVS'
stock price increased 55% last year, it had to take a
breather, it will come back. It just gets better,
especially with the addition of Arbor.
This stock just doesn't make any sense. They come
out with great earning reports, announce the split,
more good news and the stock reacts by climbing a bit
and then falling just as fast. Is it true that all
the news and stories are over-inflated by corporate
just to make the company look like it is doing well
but in actuality it is not?
please dont sell, if we are in for the long run
let stock climb, split higher and it will climb with
the rest of the market. cvs is ok! dont you people
from the "old stock" get bumed out. cvs will go, dont
dump and run
This is my first posting on this thread and I
wanted to say "howdy". I was a very happy shareholder in
ARBR for many years and traded ARBR sucessfully at
least 20 times in the last yrar. Alas, ARBR is no more.
I have a few siblings that are pharmacists at ARBR
drugstores, and can truely say that their stores are squeaky
clean, do good business, and on just about every corner
in my Detroit suburban neighborhood. I have watched
CVS trade since early January when word leaked out on
a possible acquisition, and finally jumped in today
for 1000 shares @ 67.1875. If there is any info on
ARBOR DRUGS that I can provide, I would be happy to.
I recently received from CVS a request for my
vote regarding the issuance of from 300 to one billion
additional shares of common stock. One of the rationale
statements for this proposal, which will be voted on
tomorrow May 13th, was that with these shares if the board
were to determine a stock split was necessary they
could do so without the additional expense of solicting
proxies and holding special meeings of stockholders. In
the past I have worked for a number of years for CVS
as a district sales manager - believe me this is an
etremely efficient and well managed company - they will
continue to grow - the stock will soon split and reward
those who are patient and wise investors.