Walgreen WAG posted accelerated growth in sales and earnings in its fiscal first quarter, reported Friday. We will delve deeper into the results, but we do not anticipate a material change to our fair value estimate. Sales increased 16.6%, with comparable-store sales (or comps) rising 9.7% from the ...
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