Today: June 17, 2024
Today: June 17, 2024

Walgreens shelves plans for Boots IPO, Bloomberg News reports

Share This
Walgreens brand Allergy Nasal Spray, owned by the Walgreens Boots Alliance, Inc., is seen for sale in Manhattan, New York City
June 07, 2024
Reuters

(Reuters) - Walgreens Boots Alliance has shelved plans for a potential initial public offering of its UK-based Boots drugstore chain as sale talks continue, Bloomberg News reported on Friday citing people with knowledge of the matter.

Read More

Popular

Business|Economy|Health|News

Top law firms in US opioid lawsuits to get hundreds of millions in fees

A court-appointed panel on Friday recommended how to divvy up a pool of $2.13 billion in legal fees from nationwide drug industry settlements over the U.S. opioid crisis

Top law firms in US opioid lawsuits to get hundreds of millions in fees
Business|Economy|Political

Argentina economy snapshot: central bank dollar buying spree slows

Argentina's central bank has started to put the brakes on its aggressive buying of dollars, a key push to build up reserves under new libertarian President

Argentina economy snapshot: central bank dollar buying spree slows
Business|Entertainment

Clooney and Roberts help Biden raise $30 million-plus at a star-studded Hollywood gala

Some of Hollywood’s brightest stars headlined a fundraiser for President Joe Biden in Los Angeles that took in a record $30 million-plus for a Democratic candidate, according to his campaign

Clooney and Roberts help Biden raise $30 million-plus at a star-studded Hollywood gala
Economy|News|Political

The IRS wants to end another major tax loophole for the wealthy and raise $50 billion in the process

The Internal Revenue Service plans to end another major tax loophole that could raise more than $50 billion in revenue over the next decade

The IRS wants to end another major tax loophole for the wealthy and raise $50 billion in the process
News|Political

US Senate confirms two for Federal Energy Regulatory Commission

The U.S. Senate on Wednesday confirmed David Rosner, a Democrat, and Lindsay See, a Republican, as members of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.

US Senate confirms two for Federal Energy Regulatory Commission

Related

Business

Elder fraud has reached epidemic proportions – a geriatrician explains what older Americans need to know

Elder fraud has reached epidemic proportions – a geriatrician explains what older Americans need to know
Business|Economy|News

China opens tit-for-tat anti-dumping probe into European pork

China opens tit-for-tat anti-dumping probe into European pork
Business|Economy

UBS sets aside $900 million to repay investors in collapsed Greensill funds

UBS sets aside $900 million to repay investors in collapsed Greensill funds
Business|Economy

BOJ must be vigilant to yen's impact on economy, says deputy governor Himino

BOJ must be vigilant to yen's impact on economy, says deputy governor Himino