CVS has officially stopped selling all tobacco products
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CVS, which owns 7,700 stores nationwide, is the second-largest drug store chain in the US behind Walgreens. The decision will probably amount to $2 billion in lost revenue, according to the company, but it’s part of a shift to providing more health services through walk-in clinics. CVS is betting this new business will more than make up for the lost profits.