After Merger, Walgreens Plans $1.5B in Cost Cuts
The focus is on operations for the newly global company, which will close 200 U.S. stores.
Ex-CFO Miquelon Bashes Walgreen in Defamation Lawsuit
Less than a week after Wade Miquelon's suit is filed, a pension-fund investment adviser calls for Walgreen to postpone a major acquisition.
Forecasting Error Cost Walgreen’s CFO His Job
Wade Miquelon, the drugstore chain's ex-CFO, took the blame for a $1.1 billion forecasting flub.
Walgreen Shuffles CFOs: Miquelon Out, McLevish In
On the verge of acquiring Swiss pharmacy firm Alliance Boots, Walgreen Co. replaces its CFO.
A Different Kind of CFO
Actually there are all kinds, but few with duties as specialized as those of this young finance chief for a burgeoning real-estate investment business.
Walgreen, Express Scripts End War
The pharmacy chain blinks first in the parties' epic pricing struggle — perhaps setting the stage for corporate cost savings on drug benefits.
Companies May Win This Drug War
The conflict between Express Scripts and Walgreen just might lead to lower drug-benefit costs for companies.