Alex Ben Block

CVS Monopolist’s Travesty Of Justice

The arbitrary, callous firing of a much admired, hard -working pharmacist raises questions about whether the largest U.S. drug store chain has become a monopoly that mistreats employees, short changes customers and is strangling competition On the left is Neda, who for 13 years was an outstanding employee of CVS, but then was suddenly fired for daring to keep serving customers on a busy day during her lunch hour. She is shown here helping a first responder who was on the scene in the Encino CVS. She was always the firzt to help and the most caring about customers. Hours after this picture was taken, she was fired and marched out without being allowed to say goodbye to fellow employees. Does

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