Jonathan Rockoff

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Reporter covering the pharmaceutical industry for the Wall Street Journal

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Pfizer and Allergan are merging  to create the world’s biggest drug company, worth $155 billion.

Pfizer-Allergan Merge in Largest Inversion Deal

Pfizer and Allergan are merging to create the world’s biggest drug company, worth $155 billion.

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Patents are about to expire on two of the world's best-selling prescription drugs.

Expiring Patents, Drug Prices and the Hazy Market for Generics

Patents are about to expire on two of the world's best-selling prescription drugs.

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