Earnings roundup: CVS, Church & Dwight

Earnings roundup: CVS says net income rose; Church & Dwight's net income falls

Associated Press

Among the earnings stories for Tuesday, Aug. 7, from AP Business News:

— CVS Caremark Corp.'s second-quarter net income jumped 18.4 percent, as its drugstores took business from rival Walgreen Co. and an expansion of its pharmacy benefits management segment boosted revenue.

— Church & Dwight Co., the maker of Arm & Hammer baking soda, toothpaste and other products, said its second-quarter net income fell 4 percent.

— Maximus Inc., which sells health consulting services to state and federal governments, said that its fiscal third-quarter net income rose 3 percent, boosted by a large order that occurred during the quarter.

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