The pharmacy services company continues to see new business and specialty pharmacy growth in its PBM unit.
Compared to schools with mostly white students, schools with higher numbers of Hispanic, black, and low-income students are more likely to have tobacco retailers and fast-food restaurants in easy reach, researchers say.
An aggressive "sales event" by archrival General Motors at the beginning of the month put a big dent in Ford's July sales results. But strong sales at the end of the month helped Ford reduce the impact.
The Italian bishops' conference says a young Italian pilgrim died of meningitis after attending the World Youth Day event in Poland, and is urging anyone who used the same hospitality facilities to get vaccinated.
A state lawmaker in Tennessee was arrested for theft Tuesday after someone got him on camera removing a rival's campaign signs last month.
Starbucks Corp. announced Tuesday that it is recalling reusable stainless steel Cold-to-Go drinking straws after reports of multiple injuries to children.
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The surprising silver lining to the United Kingdom's otherwise regrettable vote to separate from the European Union.
Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. cut its 2016 earnings outlook amid higher fuel costs and negative currency effects, including a hit from a weaker British pound, as the cruise operator reported second-quarter earnings rose 24%.
The energy intelligence software company is boosting its full-year outlook again.
The sparkling water specialist is up on a strong second-quarter report.
Gold futures closed sharply higher Tuesday, with the yellow metal finishing at its highest level in more than two years.
This explains why B of A has a lower debt rating than many of the banks it competes against.
First-quarter results were just peachy, but investors were shocked to see the company losing a major account during the quarter.