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Does the Landmark Opioid Settlement Do Enough to Help?

Weekend All Things Considered

01:58 min | 3 months ago

Does the Landmark Opioid Settlement Do Enough to Help?

"We just mentioned the opioid epidemic. This week, four of the world's biggest healthcare companies, including Johnson and Johnson reached $26 billion settlement for their role in the opioid crisis. These corporations made and distributed huge quantities of prescription pain pills at a time when addiction and overdose rates in the U. S were surging. So what happens now? NPR correspondent Brian Mann reports full time on addiction and is with us now to walk us through this complicated deal, Brian. Welcome. Thank you so much for joining us. Thanks for having me first. Could you just go over the main points of the settlement? You know these companies the drug maker Johnson and Johnson and also these three big drug wholesalers, AmerisourceBergen, Cardinal Health and McKesson They've agreed to pay a maximum amount of $26 billion, And as part of that agreement, a huge percentage of the money will go to drug treatment programs and social service programs. Health care things like that, and negotiators say this is a big improvement over the tobacco settlement of the 19 nineties. Where, if you remember, a lot of the money has been siphoned away by governments for other things not used to reduce smoking. So this money would be paid out over 17 years, and supporters say that will mean a steady stream of funding for programs that might help with this long term process of ending. This devastating public health crisis. Now two states Washington State in West Virginia, have already announced that they won't sign on to this national settlement and the city of Philadelphia has also rejected it. Why, Why is that? Is there something that they say is missing? Yeah, For one thing, there's no admission of wrongdoing by these companies or their executives, You know, as part of this wave of lawsuits against these corporations that got deep into the opioid business. We've learned factual details about how they flooded communities with pain pills. They kept growing that drug pipeline even as addiction rates and deaths grew. Internal documents from some of these firms showed that at times executives joked about the people suffering addiction. And a lot of these officials who reject this

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US Opioid Lawsuits on Verge of Settlements With 4 Companies

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

US Opioid Lawsuits on Verge of Settlements With 4 Companies

"Opioid lawsuits in the US are on the verge of settlements with four companies a proposed to twenty six billion dollar settlement between state and local governments and the three biggest drug distribution companies in the United States plus drug maker Johnson and Johnson appears close at hand lawyers for local governments announced Tuesday they are on the verge of a deal under which Johnson and Johnson would not produce any opioids for at least ten years additionally AmerisourceBergen cardinal health and McKesson would share information on prescriptions in an effort to stop the flood of pills if approved the settlement will likely be the biggest so far in litigation involving the opioids epidemic hi Mike Rossio

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4 Companies Near $26 Billion Settlement to Resolve Opioid Lawsuits

Jesse Kelly

00:18 sec | 3 months ago

4 Companies Near $26 Billion Settlement to Resolve Opioid Lawsuits

"Companies and the drug maker. Johnson and Johnson are on the verge of a $26 billion deal to settle lawsuits brought by state and local governments across the country over the toll. Prescription opioids. The settlement involving AmerisourceBergen, Cardinal Health and McKesson is expected this week. A new report shows a

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"amerisourcebergen cardinal health" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:55 min | 4 months ago

"amerisourcebergen cardinal health" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Com. A former high ranking official with the Drug Enforcement Administration tells a court in West Virginia that three large opioid distributors had a systemic failure in monitoring suspicious pill orders. The testimony from Joe Genesis, he came in a landmark civil case brought by Capital County and the city of Huntington, both accused AmerisourceBergen cardinal health and McKesson of fueling the U. S opioid epidemic. Rennes. EC says a review of record shows The flow of pills continued. Even though the DEA asked the drug makers to review their distribution practices. The company's claim poor communication and pill quotas set by federal agents, as well as an increase in the number of doctors writing prescriptions are to blame. Lawyers for the companies also claimed Rennes sissies firsthand knowledge of their distribution practices. Is limited. Rob Dawson Fox News Progress on a big wildfire east of Phoenix. Now more than 20% contained one of several fires burning in the southwestern US and prompting evacuations. Two of Britain's newest Royals don't have royal titles at least not yet. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle is two Children are expected to get royal titles in the future. The couple gave birth to a daughter Friday. Little bit Diana and they have a two year old Archie Harrison when Prince Charles becomes king following the death of Queen Is a bit the second they will most likely become a princess and prince, according to people Under the current guidelines, great grandchildren do not have titles. However, the oldest son of the prince of Wales does. That's why Prince William's kids have titles. He's second in line to the British throne. After Prince Charles 72 years old Michele Pelino. Fox News. Meantime, Variety magazine is reporting that Prince Harry and his wife have sent a legal letter to the BBC disputing what they call false and defamatory, reporting that the queen was not consulted before her childhood nickname Lily Pad was used for their baby girl..

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"amerisourcebergen cardinal health" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"amerisourcebergen cardinal health" Discussed on KOMO

"Less severe cost in its colonial at twenty and fifty past the hour on common news here's your call will propel insurance money update the stock market's five session win streak has come to an end to major indexes ended narrowly mixed today though the nasdaq composite did hold on to a four point game tonight another fresh closing high the Dow Jones industrials slipped twenty seven points on the S. and P. five hundred he's the one investors are giving thumbs up to micron technologies quarterly results out after today's closing bell the chip maker reported adjusted earnings of five hundred forty eight million dollars with revenue falling thirty five percent from a year earlier to five point one four billion dollars but ahead of analysts' estimates this doesn't happen often Amazon apple and Google are working together on something the tech giant's announced today that they are collaborating on smart home products standards with the goal of creating a single standard that all creators of such products will use making devices like smart lights and thermostats more compatible with all smart speakers that's your money now I'm Jim Tesco como nos a lawsuit filed by Michigan's Attorney General makes Michigan the first state in the nation to classify major opioid distributors as drug dealers Dana Nestle is suing the company's AmerisourceBergen cardinal health McKesson corporation in Walgreens under the state's drug dealer liability act saying they failed to live up to settlement agreements they also had.

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"amerisourcebergen cardinal health" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"amerisourcebergen cardinal health" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"S. CVS spokesperson says the claims have no merits Michigan suing for companies over the pain killer epidemic state Attorney General Dana Nestle says Michigan's the first state to sue major opioid distributors under a drug dealer at liability law that suit filed Tuesday names AmerisourceBergen cardinal health McKesson in Walgreens they've been sued in other states to Michigan the forty ninth state to file legal action against the opioid industry only Nebraska hasn't and Nestle says the opioid crisis is led the state to bear high financial costs the companies contend they and as a delivery service and kept authorities apprised of the quantities being shipped Boeing's decision to suspend production of the ground at seven thirty seven Max's reverberating across the country you're talking about places that like Wichita Kansas other cities that are home to some of the companies worldwide that make parts for the troubled jet counselor to the president kellyanne Conway says president trump is eyeing concerns with the seven thirty seven MAX data she also took time to take a shot at house speaker Nancy Pelosi pushed in our ministration has talked about but we met with Boeing previously babbling went to Capitol Hill to testify as well so the present is always monitoring that he wants to make sure that airline passengers here are safe and that is our first priority but there again if you what airline passengers to be safe history look at that Max but aren't we should we also be looking at the infrastructure package that Nancy Pelosi huffed and puffed and tried to blow our house down here and walked out you have from the infrastructure meeting Dr do not deal with staff I only talk to the president and she left before we can discuss infrastructure which included reforming our air traffic control system which was built for one hundred thousand annual passengers now we have close to one billion annual passengers you pass that piece of infrastructure it makes the runway safer it makes at less hassle certainly which is safer for all of us so but they're busy impeaching the president does the president feel any of them to get involved with this company at this time for the president the Boeing knows the present is watching he's met with them obviously the date the defense department is met with them the card transportation I'm sure has met with them on it when you say he intervenes and gets involved it's to protect American interests I know GM wants a tax credit for example I'm sure hell weigh in on that he's talked to merry varies tweeted about different things GM has done the president got involved and Lordstown Ohio looks much better for itself auto workers now and and frankly the thought of many factor there so when at that but look the overall tree deal that's going to help places like Ohio on the safety first when it comes to airlines now Boeing meanwhile says it does not plan to lay off any of its twelve thousand workers at its Washington state factory that manufactures the Max seven thirty seven they are going to be moved to other areas smaller parts suppliers though they more than likely don't have that luxury and it never vada says the US energy department's is engaged in a secret plutonium smuggling operation that threatens Nevada's health safety and environment it is again asking a federal judge to order the removal of weapons grade material that the government shipped to a security site near Las Vegas over at the state's objections the state's latest filing this week in Reno part of a year long legal battle it urges a judge to reject the government's motion to dismiss Nevada's lawsuit challenging the shipments the energy department says the issue is moot because it's already promised no more plutonium will come to Nevada and the Navajo Nation says it's seeking to become one of the first native American tribes to create its own managed health care entity the tribe recently announced its plans.

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"amerisourcebergen cardinal health" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"amerisourcebergen cardinal health" Discussed on AP News

"The discount rate all the concentration in conditions because like license in all fifty states and one hundred thirty three pope Francis controversial meeting on the Amazon has taken a criminal twist after thieves stole indigenous fertility statues from a Vatican era church and tossed them into the Tiber river video of the pre dawn theft was shed and celebrated on conservative social media on Monday and the first federal trial on the opioid crisis has been scrapped eighty corresponded Shelley Adler reports most of the defendants have reached settlements judge Dan poster announced from the banks of the drug distributors AmerisourceBergen cardinal health the McKesson along with drug maker Tampa had reached a settlement in lawsuits filed by two Ohio counties a lawyer for one of those counties said the settlement adds up to two hundred and sixty million dollars the deal resolves this case but efforts by the companies to settle more than two thousand other cases on the toll of opioids have not yet been handled I surely out there Johnson and Johnson on Friday recalled a single batch of it the baby powder as a precaution after government testing found trace amounts of his best does in one bottle bought online the recalled lot covers thirty three thousand bottles which are distributed last year J. and J. said the FDA found miniscule amounts of asbestos in one bottle during routine testing and notified the company on Thursday J. and J. sat it immediately began investigating with the FDA J. and J. said it was checking where the bottles were shipped if the tested bottle is counterfeit or authentic and whether the sample might have been contaminated during testing the recall comes as Jane J. fights thousands of lawsuits in which plaintiffs claim its iconic baby talcum powder was contaminated with asbestos and that it caused ovarian cancer or muse of the you yo ma a rare cancer link to inhaling asbestos fibers.

"amerisourcebergen cardinal health" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"amerisourcebergen cardinal health" Discussed on AP News

"The first federal trial on the opioid crisis has been scrapped eighty corresponded Shelley Adler reports most of the defendants have reached settlements judge Dan poster announced from the banks of the drug distributors AmerisourceBergen cardinal health the McKesson along with drug maker terra had reached a settlement in lawsuits filed by two Ohio counties a lawyer for one of those counties said the settlement adds up to two hundred and sixty million dollars the deal resolves this case but efforts by the companies to settle more than two thousand other cases on the toll of opioids have not yet been handled I surely after Russian hackers have used Iranian tech tools to mask their identities as they disrupt important sites AP correspondent Charles de Ledesma reports on how the US and UK say they have exposed a group of hackers so cool to allow group also known as water bug or venomous bath is widely reported to be associated with the Russian actors now the US National Security Agency I'm Britain's national cyber security center St tool had acquired control of the tools on infrastructure the rolling in hacking groups for their attacks in an attempt to mask their identity the attacks extracted documents for multiple sectors including governments I will mostly carried out in the Middle East Charles the last month London from the White House president trump has insisted he's pulling all American troops out bring in our soldiers back home but some may they'll stay in Syria to make sure its oil fields don't fall into Islamic state militant hands those are things that we would have to present to the president and secretary mark aspirin Afghanistan hours before the president said he's thinking about it I don't think it's so necessary other than that we secure the oil either way the troops coming out of Syria will not immediately be going home as for says they'll at least temporarily go to a rock to keep fighting the militants soccer mad Connie at the White House at that cabinet meeting trump also complained about having to withdraw his Florida golf resort in hosting the G. segment summit next June it would have been the greatest G. seven ever the president also chided Republicans as the impeachment enquiring continue the Republicans have to get tougher and fight we have some other great fighters but they have to get tougher play because the Democrats are trying to hurt the Republican Party for the election which is coming up the charge a fair at the US embassy in Ukraine William Taylor expected to testify Tuesday before the house committee involved in the impeachment enquiring.

"amerisourcebergen cardinal health" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"amerisourcebergen cardinal health" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Adam Schiff censored for comments he made about the investigation saying he's misleading the American people house Democrats would both down that resolution now the latest traffic and weather together overnight road construction going on both sides north and south on seventy five between the hobble street Mitchell Avenue exits singling closure until six o'clock Tuesday morning there could be fifteen minute long full closures between midnight and four AM album his forecast from the advanced dentistry weather center we moving your fear of seeing the dentist with the help of IV sedation learn more at no fear dentist dot com rain you should leave us by early Tuesday morning after that our temperatures will drop into the upper forties and some lower fifties forty nine degrees for Cincinnati we will continue to warm up though Tuesday is looking beautiful highs only into the lower sixties for your severe weather station nine first warning forecaster raven Richard newsradio seven hundred WLW radar right now showing mainly cloudy sky as that rain we saw earlier as moved out of the tri state could see a little bit of rain moving from Indiana a little later on for some parts right now our temperature is fifty nine degrees a settlement is reached before to Ohio counties were set to go to trial against three of the largest drug makers in the US today two hundred fifty million dollars from AmerisourceBergen cardinal health the McKesson will be distributed between some of the Cuyahoga county's while drug manufacturer tether will pay twenty million dollars in cash and donate twenty five million dollars worth of anti addiction medication Cuyahoga county prosecutor Michael o'malley on how those funds will be used we're looking at you lies in this money for treatment and getting people into programs and assisting first responders it is the deal with this crisis now future negotiating for a global settlement with more than twenty one hundred cities counties and states will take place with a former many defendants including Walgreens held the county Republicans have kicked off their petition drive to get a new sales tax repeal the ballot measure in March around thirty three thousand signatures will be needed to achieve the goal last week town commissioners voted to extend a quarter of a percent sales tax it's currently used to fund renovations at union terminal and will then be years according to the commissioners.

"amerisourcebergen cardinal health" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"amerisourcebergen cardinal health" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Traffic and weather news radio seven hundred W. L. Cincinnati a win for Ohio is big pharma pace up but the eight thirty report I'm Sean Gallagher breaking now it was a big step for the opioid epidemic lawsuits against major pharmaceutical companies today in Ohio after the big three AmerisourceBergen cardinal health McKesson along with whatever reach the settlement with Cuyahoga and some accounting two hundred fifteen million dollars in cash from the big three whatever would be provided twenty million of cash five of that before the end of the year five in the first quarter of twenty five in the first letter of twenty one five six but with guy okay county executive Armond boot issue talked with three news county prosecutor Michael o'malley also spoken with the money will be used for we're looking at utilizing this money for treatment and getting people into programs and assisting first responders it is the deal with this crisis the group's trial was supposed to start today a global settlement with four remaining defendants including Walgreens remains and reached Natalie this traffic and weather together right now road construction going on I seventy five north bound which when the Hubbell St Marshall Avenue exit singling close your schedule until six o'clock Tuesday morning also there will be a fifteen minute long full closure that are full closures that could be possible between midnight and four AM ladies forecast from a train heating and cooling weather center on news radio seven hundred W. L. W. showers move through here in the evening and overnight low fifty one Tuesday sunny high of sixty three and for your Wednesday sunny with highs in the mid sixties right now it is fifty nine degrees checking the radar we are still seen that line of showers continuing to move across the tristate Hamilton County bother counting your starting their skews me yes father in Hamilton County or drying out as well as northern Kentucky the line pretty much in the eastern portions of Claremont and Warren County right now for the tri states so we should see that that line of rain moving out soon Hamilton County Republicans have kicked off their petition drive to get a new sales tax repeal with a ballot measure in March around thirty three thousand signatures are needed to achieve that goal last week's county commissioners voted to extend the quarter of a percent sales tax it's currently used to fund renovations at union terminal it will then be use according to commissioners to.

"amerisourcebergen cardinal health" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"amerisourcebergen cardinal health" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"To collect signatures claiming they quote blackout period and issues with state laws took valuable time away from the recruiting process now the latest traffic and weather together still reports of an overturned vehicle Lawrenceburg road east of rocks and that involves an injury otherwise not seen any new accidents or delays on any of the major interstates highways here in the tri state now ladies forecast from a train heating and cooling weather center on news radio seven hundred W. L. job it's ours in the evening and overnight low of fifty one Tuesday sunny a high of sixty three for your Wednesday sunny highs in the mid sixties right now radar showing can sprain continuing to move across the tri state the back half of that line is now in Dearborn county in other portions of southeast Indiana most areas still seen showers some scene heavier rainfall mainly in parts of Butler Hamilton and even into northern Kentucky seeing that heavy rain and into southeast Indiana our current temperature right now sixty one degrees the man who broke into the Clear Creek township fire station is still an ambulance Saturday says he did it to escape being tortured and held against his will twenty two year old Patrick Coleman says he was being held captive in a home across the street from the fire department the ambulance would later be found a taking children's hospital where Colin was being treated for injuries police executed a search warrant the home the Coleman was allegedly held in and arrest the thirty eight year old Christopher Edwards and charged him with felonious assault and kidnapping he was arraigned this morning and is being held on three hundred fifty thousand dollars bond a settlement was reached before Cuyahoga and some a counties were set to go to trial against three the largest drug makers in the US today two hundred fifteen million dollars from AmerisourceBergen cardinal health and McKesson will be distributed between the counties while drug manufacturer tether will pay twenty million dollars and donate twenty five million dollars worth of anti addiction medication Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer is asking intelligence officials to make sure they protect the Ukraine phone call whistle blower because he's afraid the president will expose the person the president still demanding to.

"amerisourcebergen cardinal health" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"amerisourcebergen cardinal health" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"From the train heating and cooling weather center on news radio seven hundred W. L. W. also since the rainy conditions as we had closed the night time hours early parts of the morning is once the rain should start to end for the rest of the evening though temperatures will continue to drop into the sixties and looking for Los to be into the lower fifties and some upper forties and some places from your severe weather station nine first warning forecaster reva Richard newsradio seven hundred WLW radar showing shower activity wide spread across the tri state right now even a thunderstorm being reported at is showing up on radar here in Clermont county is heavier rainfall that of a break for those in portions of central Hamilton County right now but showers continue to move in from the west our current temperature is seventy degrees news is a service of Kerry automotive dot com Cincinnati police have identified the man was killed after his vehicle and left of center and struck a passenger van carrying special needs high school students from kill schools this morning in Westwood thirty seven year old William baldric was pronounced dead at the scene in the twenty six hundred block of Harrison Avenue speed is not considered to be a factor in the crash but impairment is still under investigation the driver of the van sixty one year old Patricia Hey ops is staying serious injuries seven others in the band were taken to UC Medical Center with minor injuries there were six students and two teachers in the passenger van a settlement is reached before to Ohio counties were set to go to trial against three of the largest drug makers in the US today two hundred fifteen million dollars from AmerisourceBergen cardinal health and the Casson will be distributed between the counties while drug manufacturer tether will pay twenty million dollars in cash and only twenty five million dollars worth of anti addiction medication I hope the county prosecutor Michael o'malley on how the funds will be used we're looking at utilizing this money for treatment and getting people into programs and assisting first responders is the deal with this crisis now future negotiating for a global.

"amerisourcebergen cardinal health" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"amerisourcebergen cardinal health" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"It will deploy about ten thousand units through twenty twenty one women own more than four in ten businesses and a U. S. states but WBZ's Jeff brown tells us when it comes to starting up and taking off the odds are still stacked up against them it all starts with criticism about their leadership and this big issue managing expansion with under funding that is bank of America's Karen Reynolds Sharkey new research from the bank and Babson college finds money for win and it's hard to come by and that hurts these businesses now and down the road many of the women kind of bootstrapped a lot of the businesses in the early stages so without finding sometimes they had to limit kind of how they started to actually start recruiting new employees this is not a small thing either women run twelve million businesses and keep nine million on the pay roll with very little wiggle room we invest in them and buy from women businesses allow them the opportunity to continue to grow and continue to add to that work force the study focused on dozens of women leaders and a number of industries and let me leave you with this thought female run businesses generate nearly two trillion dollars in annual revenue Jeff brown WBZ Boston's news radio the first federal trial the opioid crisis described as most of the defendants have reached settlements here's Shelley Adler telling us more about what the judge had to say don't stand poster announced from the bench that the drug distributors AmerisourceBergen cardinal health the McKesson along with drug maker terra had reached a settlement in lawsuits filed by two Ohio counties a lawyer for one of those counties said the settlement adds up to two hundred and sixty million dollars the deal resolves this case but efforts by the companies to settle more than two thousand other cases on the toll of opioids have not yet been handled I surely out there it is three twenty seven good news on the.

"amerisourcebergen cardinal health" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"amerisourcebergen cardinal health" Discussed on WJR 760

"And his chief of staff Alexis Wiley twice sorted staffers to delete emails it connected to that program the report says the program was chosen outside the normal process of procurement policies mir docking shows doctor Sonya has signed to leave the city program on infant mortality and ordered staffers to raise money for make your date Doug and her son were linked in reports of a close personal relationship Duggan's wife sued for divorce after those reports surfaced Michigan congressional districts will not be re drawn a dispute over political gerrymandering the U. S. Supreme Court overturned a lower court ruling which ordered thirty four congressional and state legislative districts be redrawn forces for Michigan Democrats had charged Republicans with packing some districts full of likely democratic voters so that Republicans could get majorities the high court had previously ruled in cases from North Carolina and Maryland that disputes about gerrymandering and political boundary lines were a matter for the states and beyond the reach of the federal courts the Michigan ruling followed that decision the justices were split five to four along party and ideological lines decay fear W. J. R. news I disturbing discovery by NMSU student who says they found a noose hanging outside of a dorm room at Michigan State University student is claiming a toilet paper news has been hung outside of her and miss you college dorm room the student wrote in a Facebook post that the news was hung only outside of a specific dorm room on the floor of Bryant hall the Michigan state housing assignments office said an email to residents that it does not believe the act was meant to be a symbol of hate and it's taking a report racial incident very seriously and if you police are investigating along with the M. S. U. office of institutional equity Elizabeth Crenshaw W. J. R. news US federal trial was supposed to begin in Cleveland today for a lawsuit filed against several drug manufacturers and distributors Steve Kassebaum reports instead the distributors of addictive pain killers and one drug company have settled the case AmerisourceBergen cardinal health the McKesson are among the largest drug distributors in the nation the three along with the pharmaceutical company teva have agreed to a two hundred and sixty million dollars legal settlement TiVo will kick in twenty million dollars in cash along with twenty five million dollars worth of a drug used to treat opioid addiction this outcome could have an impact on a broader settlement of the more than two thousand three hundred lawsuits filed against a larger number of drug companies and distributors including Johnson and Johnson Purdue pharma the makers of oxycontin or trying to settle lawsuits through bankruptcy court I'm Steve casting down W. J. R. news time to three checking Wall Street the Dow was up thirty two points right now the nasdaq is up sixty seven will update traffic and weather next just because you.

"amerisourcebergen cardinal health" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"amerisourcebergen cardinal health" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"The best place to hold the G. seven summit trump tweeting today blaming do nothing radical left Democrats and their partner the fake news media trump reverses moved to hold the G. seven at a row following a firestorm of criticism US forces are moving from Syria into a rock in northern Syria in B. C.'s Richard Engel says they've been conflicting statements from defense secretary mark as were there not coming home they're just going to go over to a rock where they can continue to fight against ISIS and then this new statement to say well we might leave some of those forces in northern Syria to protect oil fields it's part of trump's withdrawal of troops in Syria that cleared the way for Turkish military operation against the Kurds who fought for years with the US against ISIS for drug companies are striking a last minute legal settlement over their role in the opioid epidemic AmerisourceBergen cardinal health McKesson and tablet settled with two Ohio counties for two hundred sixty million dollars just before a federal trial was set to start this morning Russia is making a not so subtle moved to expand their influence in Africa Vladimir Putin has invited forty seven African leaders to Russia this week to promote Russian involvement in Africa Putin is expected to propose Russian assistance and loans to help African countries without preconditions the summit comes at a time when a number of countries including the US China India and Turkey are also looking to expand their influence in Africa bills emperor NBC news radio you're listening to the latest from NBC news radio NBC's Lester Holt is sitting down tonight with Facebook's mark Zuckerberg on what the company is down to stop interference in the twenty twenty a presidential election the reaction when the war room.

"amerisourcebergen cardinal health" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"amerisourcebergen cardinal health" Discussed on KOMO

"Dealers at the editor's desk another factor in the last minute move this morning for drug manufacturers have reached a big settlement decide to avoid a trial over the opioid crisis the trial was set to begin today the king was to Ohio counties were seeking eight billion dollars for treatment programs and health care expenses AmerisourceBergen cardinal health McKesson and teva or involved in the settlement the details of which are expected later today acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney is weighing in on president trump's decision not to host the G. seven summit at his Terrell golf resort in Florida already told fox news yesterday the president knows people thought his original plan to host the event was lousy but didn't expect so much push back the White House is now said to be considering camp David David as a possible arch alternative as Santa Ana winds are gonna be blowing through southern California's Ventura county this week and that brings an increased risk of wildfires once again the National Weather Service forecast strong winds to released Wednesday along with higher temperatures and low humidity a massive search continues for a small plane that disappeared from radar is coming into north Carolina's Raleigh Durham airport last night search and rescue teams from a dozen local and state agencies are trying to find the plane sent out a distress signal before contact broke off homeowners time seven eighteen let's relive a highlight from the weekend forty eight or nine Oregon play fake.

"amerisourcebergen cardinal health" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"amerisourcebergen cardinal health" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"That's eight hundred two one five fifty one forty one toxic metals that harm brain development have been found in ninety five percent of all the baby food tested John Clements reports the testing that was conducted for healthy babies better futures found ninety five percent of the one hundred and sixty eight babies foods from the major manufacturers and you last contained lad seventy three percent contained arsenic seventy five percent contained cadmium about thirty two percent contain mercury one fourth of these baby foods for entrance contain all for the dangerous metals rice based products sweet potatoes fruit juices all presented the biggest harm these chemicals can permanently alter the developing brain a road on I. Q. and alter human behavior but USA radio network I'm John Clemens the jury was seated for the first federal trial on the opioid crisis but the push to settle the case before opening arguments next week's continue US district judge Dan poster had ordered executives for the companies that are defendants to appear in Cleveland for continued negotiation opening arguments are scheduled for Monday with two county governments arguing the company is engaged in a conspiracy that has ravaged their communities all the companies say they comply with the law and supplied only the drugs the doctors prescribe the drug distribution companies AmerisourceBergen cardinal health and McKesson manufacturers to have a and Johnson and Johnson all have the outlines of a settlement to thousands of opioid related lawsuits that could be worth fifty billion dollars over time.

"amerisourcebergen cardinal health" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"amerisourcebergen cardinal health" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Dot com toxic metals that harm brain development have been found in ninety five percent of all the baby food tested John Clements reports the testing that was conducted for healthy babies better futures found ninety five percent of the one hundred and sixty eight baby foods from the major manufacturers and you last contained lad seventy three percent contained arsenic seventy five percent contained cadmium about thirty two percent contained mercury one fourth of these baby foods for entrance contain all for the dangerous metals rice based products sweet potatoes fruit juices all presented the biggest harm these chemicals can permanently alter the developing brain a road on cue and alter human behavior but USA radio network I'm John Clemens the jury was seated for the first federal trial on the opioid crisis but the push to settle the case before opening arguments next week's continue US district judge Dan poster had ordered executives for the companies that are defendants to appear in Cleveland for continued negotiation opening arguments are scheduled for Monday with two county governments arguing the company is engaged in a conspiracy that has ravaged their communities all the companies say they complied with the law and supplied only the drugs the doctors prescribe the drug distribution companies AmerisourceBergen cardinal health and McKesson manufactures tele and Johnson and Johnson all have the outlines of a settlement to thousands of opioid related lawsuits that could be worth fifty billion dollars over time for USA radio news I'm John hunt the Bible says not this so eventually also read three two issues where we align reality with true conservative.

Judge summons drug company CEOs to discuss opioid settlement: source

The Frankie Boyer Show

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Judge summons drug company CEOs to discuss opioid settlement: source

"The jury was seated for the first federal trial on the opioid crisis but the push to settle the case before opening arguments next week's continue US district judge Dan poster had ordered executives for the companies that are defendants to appear in Cleveland for continued negotiation opening arguments are scheduled for Monday with two county governments arguing the company is engaged in a conspiracy that has ravaged their communities all the companies say they comply with the law and supplied only the drugs the doctors prescribe the drug distribution companies AmerisourceBergen cardinal health and McKesson manufacturers to have a and Johnson and Johnson all have the outlines of a settlement to thousands of opioid related lawsuits that could be worth fifty billion dollars

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"amerisourcebergen cardinal health" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"amerisourcebergen cardinal health" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Now with more than two thousand lawsuits have been filed by almost every state and numerous local governments three major drug distributors are in talks to pay eighteen billion dollars to settle sweeping litigation blaming them for fueling the opioid crisis citing people familiar with the discussions the Wall Street journal identifies the three companies as AmerisourceBergen cardinal health and McKesson the report says they would collectively play eight eighteen billion dollars over eighteen years under the potential deal yet another new streaming service say M. C. theatres today launched a service that will allow members of its AMC stubs loyalty program to rent or buy films and watch them at home the first such offering from a cinema operator the program has more than twenty million members around the U. S. available initially some two thousand films including recent releases AMC entertainment shares rose two and a half percent today a Tuesday rally for U. S. stocks the Dow industrials jumping two hundred thirty seven points in the morning we'll get September retail sales and earnings from bank of America that's your money now it may not be stomach issues for me it's intense gas or pain or diarrhea sometimes all at once over and over I spent years with the symptoms but could never figure it out no matter what I did they never went away so I decided to break it down for my doctor and get really specific about my symptoms we discovered that exocrine pancreatic insufficiency or E. P. I may be the reason for my stomach issues E. P. eyes caused by my pancreas it leads to diarrhea gas bloating stomach pain unexplained weight loss and oily stools the symptoms just don't go away but he P. I can show up with even.

Three drug distributors in talks to settle opioid litigation for $18 billion

Michael Medved

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Three drug distributors in talks to settle opioid litigation for $18 billion

"Now with more than two thousand lawsuits have been filed by almost every state and numerous local governments three major drug distributors are in talks to pay eighteen billion dollars to settle sweeping litigation blaming them for fueling the opioid crisis citing people familiar with the discussions the Wall Street journal identifies the three companies as AmerisourceBergen cardinal health and McKesson the report says they would collectively play eight eighteen billion dollars over eighteen years under the potential

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"amerisourcebergen cardinal health" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"amerisourcebergen cardinal health" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters as we've been reporting oil giant Saudi Aramco said it believes it can restart lost production quickly this after it was struck in a drone attack today the forced a production cut of five million barrels or about half a day's worth of production who's the rebels in Yemen who have launched several drone attacks on Saudi targets claimed responsibility AmerisourceBergen cardinal health CVS health units another prescription drug distributors and pharmacies are trying to remove Cleveland federal judge Dan poster from the massive opioid liability case that he's overseeing they claim he's likely biased against them the court filing today comes just days after poster approved a plaintiff's negotiating group to hammer out a deal between pharmaceutical industry players and some of the more than two thousand cities and counties suing them for allegedly helping to create the American opioid abuse crisis the family that owns oxycontin maker Purdue pharma used to Swiss and other hidden accounts to transfer one billion dollars themselves that according to new York's Attorney General in court papers filed yesterday France KLM's Dutch arm will face off for hours strike at Amsterdam's Schiphol airport one of Europe's busiest travel hubs this is after negotiations over a salary increase for ground staff broke down Gail M. isn't the only Kerrier fighting it out with that staff British Airways last week was forced to cancel dozens of flights as it wrestled with the fallout from a two day pilot strike India unveiled new measures involving a more than seven billion dollar boosts to exporters and housing projects this as part of efforts to revive a flagging Indian economy the stimulus is the latest in a series of steps announced by the Indian government to boost consumer demand and attract investment in an economy that has seen growth decelerates for five straight quarters global news twenty four hours a day on air and it took took on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty. countries I'm Susanna Palmer this is Bloomberg. broadcasting.

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