The Issue: CVS Goes Upmarket
For more than a decade, executives at CVS (CVS) have tried to convince the makers of pricey cosmetics, skin care, and fragrances to offer their products to the drugstore giant. But the gilded brands, traditionally found only in department stores or specialty stores like Sephora, were reluctant to tread into the mass market.
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