AbbVie Investors, Watch This Management Change

Abbvie (NYSE: ABBV  ) , the Abbott spinoff that made its New York Stock Exchange debut at the start of the year, recently announced that its chief scientific officer will retire in the coming months. A new CSO has not yet been revealed, but is this something that investors need to watch? Can this appointment offer clues as to AbbVie's future strategy, much as a recent shake-up at Merck (NYSE: MRK  ) did? Health-care analyst Max Macaluso discusses this story in the following video.

In the pharma business, great success comes with a caveat. AbbVie is a perfect example, as investors in the new company are left wondering what the future holds once the company's golden goose, Humira, is cooked. The Fool's brand-new premium report on the company answers the high-profile questions that AbbVie investors are asking. Simply click here now to claim your copy today.


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