1. Fair Game: Hard Questions for a Company at the Center of the Opioid Crisis

    Fair Game: Hard Questions for a Company at the Center of the Opioid Crisis

    Since fiscal 2008, the year of the first Justice Department settlement, Mr. Hammergren has received $692 million in realized compensation for his work. According to Equilar , an executive compensation data provider in Redwood City, Calif., this tally included annual salaries and bonuses, the value of McKesson shares vested during those years and the gains realized when Mr. Hammergren exercised options he had received...

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    1. The company's governance structure is working effectively.
    2. McKesson's failed oversight of opioid distribution has not only contributed to this fast-growing crisis.
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