1. Rite Aid maintains an active commitment to maintaining workplace diversity.
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5. Rite Aid wasted $34 million on the Albertsons merger agreement.
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6. In 1968 Rite Aid made its first public stock offering, issuing 350,000 shares at $25 per share on the American Stock Exchange, as well as formally changing its name to Rite Aid Corporation.
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26. In the 1970s Rite Aid continued to grow through acquisitions and added two distribution centers, in Rome, New York and Nitro, West Virginia.
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29. Rite Aid added 100,000 square feet to its main distribution center in Shiremanstown, Pennsylvania.
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44. On January 20, 1970, Rite Aid was admitted to the New York Stock Exchange and began trading on the big board at $25 per share with 2.8 million shares outstanding.
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48. On July 25, 2004, Rite Aid agreed to pay $7 million to settle allegations that the company had submitted false prescription claims to United States government health insurance programs.
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51. Rite Aid acquired twenty-four Hook's Drug stores from Revco in 1994, selling nine of those stores to Perry Drug Stores, a Michigan-based pharmacy chain.
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