Nokia has officially completed the transition of digital health products from Withings, which have all been rebranded under the Nokia name. The company acquired Withings in 2016 for an estimated $191 million.
General Colin Powell will keynote the upcoming National Association of Chain Drug Stores Total Store Expo.
As Fred’s continues to see improvements in pharmacy sales and a positive impact from front of store remodels, these factors were still not enough to allow the company to grow sales in the first quarter.
Kims Living, a Korean baby products sanitizer manufacturer, has begun a U.S. Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign for Cute Tok, a portable baby goods sanitizer.
In the first quarter of 2017, Apple captured 16% global wearables market share and overtook Fitbit to become the world’s largest wearables vendor, according to market research firm Strategy Analytics.
As the retailers continue to pursue their merger deal, Walgreens Boots Alliance and Rite Aid Corp. have certified substantial compliance with the “Request for Additional Information” issued by the United States Federal Trade Commission.
Go Smile, a manufacturer of teeth-whitening products, has introduced its limited edition Pink Sonic Blue Smart Brush kit to benefit Susan G. Komen in the fight against breast cancer.
Fitbit reported a decline in revenue and a net loss in its first quarter, as the wearables company saw demand contract in North America.
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, HoMedics has voluntarily recalled three models of its handheld massagers due to electric shock and burn hazards.
Helen of Troy reported mixed results for its fourth quarter ended February 28, 2017, posting a strong increase in net income although net sales declined. The company said its housewares business showed positive growth momentum, while its health and beauty segments showed declines.