Express Scripts News
Losses for finance, health care companies send stocks lower
U.S. stocks finish lower as financial companies and banks skid following a dip in interest rates and health care companies lose ground
Express Scripts expects to lose biggest customer after 2019
Shares of Express Scripts Holding Co. are falling sharply after the prescription drug manager said its biggest customer, Anthem, doesn't plan to extend its contract after 2019
Tony Winner Audra McDonald Says Theater, Not Meds Helped Hyperactivity
Weeping in a red-and-white strapless gown, now-six-time Tony Award-winner Audra McDonald gave a shout-out to "the most important people in my life," as she acknowledged a childhood struggle with hyperactivity. "Thanks mom and dad up in heaven for disobeying doctors' orders and not medicating their
Brand-Name Drug Prices Jump 13 Pct
Morning Business Memo… The price of brand-name drugs has been soaring, but at the same time generic prices fell. A new report by pharmacy benefits manager Express Scripts says prices for widely used brand-name drugs rose more than six times the rate of inflation from...
J.K. Rowling's "Pottermore" site opens doors to all users, introduces new books.
Stock Market Outlook for Second Quarter
We're watching live coverage of the opening bell. It's Monday April 2 I'm in New York we're kicking off the second quarter of the year this morning the first one will be a tough act to follow. Joining me now to discuss all business headlines at this hour agreement from Bloomberg TV Ellen how you.
Cash For More Than 500 Banks
You're watching live coverage of the opening bell on ABC news now ringing the bell this morning some real character isn't paying that six. With about half numbers of New York City Ballet that's. Sites there is the opening bell for this Wednesday December 21 hello ivory when I'm Stephanie in New
Global Markets Rebound on Hopes of Greece Bailout
Ellen Braitman explains how markets might rebound if a deal can be reached.
Studies: Missed meds could cost more than $250B a year
Americans may waste as much as $258 billion a year by not taking prescribed medications because the missed doses lead to emergency room visits, doctors' visits and in-patient hospitalizations, according to a study by Express Scripts, an independent prescription- filling company. A second study