Wall Street Journal - April 8
April 8 (Reuters) - The following are the top stories in the Wall Street Journal. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
- Walmart Inc WMT.N is raising starting pay for in-house truck drivers to as much as $110,000 a year and expanding a program that trains its existing workers to become drivers. Link
- Tesla Inc TSLA.O Chief Executive Elon Musk delivered the company's first made-in-Texas vehicles on Thursday, saying the company was entering a new phase and teasing coming products including a dedicated robotaxi. Link
- Pfizer PFE.N said on Thursday it had reached a deal to purchase privately held ReViral Ltd and its experimental drug sisunatovir for up to $525 million if milestones are met. Link
- U.S. Medicare will deny routine payment for Biogen Inc's BIIB.O Alzheimer's disease drug Aduhelm, finalizing an unusually strict policy that will require patients to enroll in clinical trials so the government will pay for the drug. Link
(Compiled by Bengaluru newsroom)
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