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Walgreens is making it easier for customers dispose of unused drugs safely.The drugstore chain said Monday that at each of its more than 9,500 U.S. locations, it will offer packets that customers can use to turn medications into a useless gel before throwing them in the trash at home.

NEW YORK (AP) — Craving a Slurpee from 7-Eleven but you're stuck in the park?Not to worry: The convenience-store chain is launching a service that lets customers order everything from its famed frozen drink to a battery charger and have it delivered to a public place like a park or a beach.

The director of the nonprofit Champaign Center Partnership talked with staff writer Julie Wurth about the redevelopment she hopes will link the downtown, Midtown and Campustown business districts.

Demand for the initial public offering has been high, with investors banking on the growth of the pet market. Chewy raised just over $1 billion, with 46.5 million shares sold at $22 each. That's above what the company had expected.

WASHINGTON (AP) — Americans stepped up their retail spending last month, a sign that recent worries about cautious consumers dragging on growth may have been overdone.The Commerce Department said Friday that retail sales rose 0.5% in May, after a smaller gain of 0.3% in the previous month. April's figure was revised up from an earlier estimate that had showed a decline.

NEW YORK (AP) — How much would you be willing to pay to get those diapers within an hour or so?In the latest salvo in the delivery wars, Target is offering same-day delivery on thousands of items for $9.99 per order through a delivery startup it purchased nearly two years ago

LONDON (AP) — Amazon is investing in British meal delivery company Deliveroo, expanding its global reach into food retailing.Deliveroo said Friday that it raised $575 million from a number of investors led by Amazon. Amazon will become Deliveroo's largest investor, though it did not disclose how much Amazon put in or how large a stake it acquired.

Under the radar, the Trump administration has launched 162 investigations into allegations that U.S. trading partners dump products at cut-rate prices or unfairly subsidize their exporters — a 224 percent jump from the number of cases the Obama administration pursued in the same time in office.

NEW YORK (AP) — Walmart warned on Thursday that higher tariffs on imports from China will mean higher prices.The comments came after the nation's largest retailer reported its best sale performance at its established U.S. namesake stores for the fiscal first quarter in nine years. It marked 19 straight quarters of same-store sales gains.