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CVS Nearing $10.5 Billion Deal for Primary-Care Provider Oak Street Health
The deal, which could be announced this week, would expand the health insurer and pharmacy chain?s role in medical care.
AbbVie Aims for New Drugs to Boost Sales
The drugmaker is turning to next-generation successors to Humira to replenish billions of dollars in sales that will be lost.
Chevron Explores Algerian Gas Plans Amid Russian Sanctions
The oil giant is in talks to clinch a deal in the North African nation that holds bigger shale resources than the U.S.
Dell to Cut 5% of Workforce
The computer maker said it is reorganizing certain teams as market conditions continue to erode.
U.S. Car Makers' EV Plans Hinge on Made-in-America Batteries
Federal incentives are helping expand domestic battery production. Here?s what the manufacturing process looks like.
Child Care Hasn't Recovered From Covid, Keeping Parents at Home
The high cost and limited availability of child care is keeping some adults out of the labor force, even though unemployment is at its lowest rate in more than half a century.
Farmland Becomes Flashpoint in U.S.-China Relations
A North Dakota city turned against plans for a Chinese-owned corn mill after the Air Force raised security concerns.