"We join a growing chorus of businesses in requesting that our customers, other than authorized law enforcement personnel, do not bring firearms into our stores," CVS wrote in a Twitter post Thursday.
"If we #BoycottCVS, we are also saving a rainforest. So, two birds," Handler tweeted.
"CVS is choosing to deprive tens of thousands of these women of the right to make personal decisions about their own health care."
"Google reached out to me," David Casarez, 26, said. "So many other companies. Pandora. A bunch of startups."
The black customer recorded the white store manager shaking while phoning police.
After he was allegedly tricked into giving back the winning $1 million lottery ticket, an Illinois man is filing a lawsuit against a CVS employee.
Data on as many as 4.5 million individuals was potentially at risk, UCLA Health said.
The deal will help CVS bargain with drug makers for lower prices.