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  • *Current CFO Kaufmann to become new CEO from Jan. 1. Nov 6- U.S. drug distributor Cardinal Health Inc's quarterly revenue fell short of analysts' forecasts, as prices for generic drugs remained stubbornly low, sending the company's shares down to a four-year low on Monday. Cardinal also named Chief Financial Officer Mike Kaufmann as its next CEO, replacing George...

  • Nov 6- George Barrett will step down as the chief executive of Cardinal Health Inc after eight years at the helm, the U.S. drug distributor said on Monday, while also reporting lower-than-expected quarterly revenue amid stubbornly low prices for generic drugs. The pharma business- which contributes to nearly 90 percent to Cardinal's overall sales- made a profit...

  • Cardinal said Mike Kaufmann would take the top job starting Jan. 1, replacing George Barrett, who will step down after an eight-year stint as CEO. Cardinal Health said its pharma business, which distributes branded and generic drugs, made a profit of $467 million in the first quarter ended Sept. 30, down 13 percent from a year earlier. Net earnings attributable to the...

  • Cardinal said Mike Kaufmann would take the top job starting November next year, replacing George Barrett, who will step as down after an eight-year stint as CEO. Cardinal Health said its pharma business, which distributes branded and generic drugs, made a profit of $467 million in the first quarter ended Sept. 30, down 13 percent from a year earlier.

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  • *Expects fiscal year 2018 profit to be $4.85- $5.10 per share. *Says exploring strategic alternatives for its China business. Cardinal, which bought Medtronic Plc's medical supplies units in a $6.1 billion deal last month, said on Wednesday it expects generic drug price decline to be in the mid-single digits for the year ending June 30, 2018.

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