CINCINNATI-- Omnicare is raising its quarterly dividend by 43 percent to 20 cents per share from 14 cents per share. Omnicare Inc. has bought back 4.2 million shares for $220 million for the year to date. Shares of the Cincinnati company added 65 cents to $58.20 in afternoon trading.» Read More
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