Express Scripts will further expand the number of medicines it won't cover for 2016. Such changes puts pressure on pharmaceutical firms.
Actavis is paying $66 billion to buy fellow drugmaker Allergan in a deal that could finally end a months-long takeover battle for the Botox-maker.
Growing political heat and possible customer backlash helped dissuade Walgreen from trying to trim its tax bill by reorganizing overseas.
Medtronic is the latest to join a list of health care companies seeking lower corporate tax rates abroad through acquisitions.
Merck said it would sell its consumer care business to Germany's Bayer for $14.2 billion.
Pfizer reports revenues well below Wall Street expectations, hurt by falling sales of generic medicines it calls established pharmaceuticals.
Sector leaders Buffalo Wild Wings, eBay, Yelp and Redbox's parent are among the companies this week reporting quarterly results.
Disappointing earnings and mounting tensions along the Russian-Ukraine border sent stocks sharply lower Friday, giving back all of their gains for the week.
Federal health experts are taking a second look this week at the heart safety of pain medications used by millions of Americans to treat arthritis and other aches and pains.
CVS says it will stop selling tobacco products at its 7,600 stores by October, becoming the first U.S. drugstore chain to take cigarettes off the shelf.
GlaxoSmithKline will stop paying doctors for promoting its drugs and scrap prescription targets for its marketing staff.
The U.S. manufacturing sector is forecast to grow again next year, with both revenue and investment increasing, an industry report shows.
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Two tech giants continued to shine in the markets Wednesday: Hewlett-Packard and Apple. Trading was light ahead of the holiday, but the Dow and the S&P both hit new highs.
The government website created to enable Americans to buy health insurance under the Affordable Care Act will be fixed for most users by the end of November, an official says.
Boston Scientific plans to shed as many as 1,500 jobs worldwide, or 6 percent of its workforce, in an effort to cut costs.
Leading insurance company CEOs meet with top Obama administration officials to discuss solving glitches afflicting the new federal "Obamacare" insurance marketplace.
The United States spends more money on health care per capita than any other nation, and we get little in the way of longer lives or better health to show for it. Here's why.