1. Walmart Must Turn Over Files on Alleged Opioid-Mishandling

    Walmart Must Turn Over Files on Alleged Opioid-Mishandling

    Walmart Inc. must disclose some internal files related to alleged mishandling of opioid painkillers sold through the company’s in-store pharmacies, after a judge ruled in favor of investors who claim directors failed in their oversight. Two pension funds “quite clearly have a credible basis” to probe whether board members wrongfully turned a blind eye to excessively large sales of the highly addictive medicines, Delaware Chancery Judge Travis Laster ruled Monday...

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