Here's What Top Pharma Execs Expect Under Donald Trump
5 monthes ago - By Fortune
Top executives from large U.S. drugmakers on Thursday discussed for the first time possible changes for the industry under President-elect Donald Trump, and issues that have damaged the reputation of their industry.
Since he was elected, Trump, who has said he wants to repeal Obamacare and reform Medicare and Medicaid, has not addressed the sharp drug price increases that dominated the Presidential campaign.
Pharma companies are breathing a sigh of relief, but Trump could be more critical of drugmakers and their price increases than the industry expects, Allergan
Chief Executive Brent...
Read more ...
The headlines of News BreaK
UK PM: Terrorism threat level raised to critical, new attack 'imminent'
The terror attack threat level in the UK has shifted from severe to critical, Prime Minister Theresa May said following a second emergency Cobra committee meeting. She added...
Super Bowl LV moved from Los Angeles to Tampa
The Super Bowl will be returning to Tampa in 2021.
NFL Hall of Famer Cortez Kennedy dies at 48
The 1992 Defensive Player of the Year was a dominant defensive tackle with the Seahawks.
US officials: Navy SEALs kill 7 militants in Yemen raid
Two service members were lightly wounded in the attack on an al Qaeda compound, but they were safely evacuated.
CalTrans: 'No idea' when Mud Creek slide will be cleared
A massive slipout at a months-old landslide along Big Sur's coast buried Highway 1 under a 40-foot layer of rock and dirt.
US officials: British authorities have identified suspected suicide bomber...
Investigators are hunting for possible accomplices of the suicide bomber who killed at least 22 at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester.
Target data breach will cost company $18.5 million
New York's attorney general is announcing that 47 states and the District of Columbia have reached an $18.5 million settlement with Target Corp. to resolve the states' probe...
Orlando man finds 4-foot python in pantry
An Orlando man opened his pantry Tuesday morning and spotted a 4-foot python. He said he had no idea how it got there.
Ariana Grande concert ends in death, blood and horror
MANCHESTER, England • A night highly anticipated by Ariana Grande fans ended in blood and terror after police said a suicide bomber detonated explosives at the Manchester Arena.
Michael Flynn is pleading the 5th to decline a subpoena - here's what that means
On May 22, former national-security adviser Michael Flynn chose to plead the Fifth Amendment in response to a subpoena from the Senate Intelligence Committee . The subpoena...