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Walmart & Express Scripts extend deal, McDonald's serves up changes, CBS settles lawsuit

Here’s a look at some of the companies the Yahoo Finance team is watching for you today.

A major pharmacy deal between Walmart and Express Scripts. The companies are extending their agreement to give Express Scripts clients access to pharmacy services at Walmart. They’ve also agreed to expand a program giving uninsured Americans better access to affordable prescription drugs.

McDonald’s is looking to make its burgers a little healthier. The fast food giant plans to reduce use of antibiotics in its beef supply. However, it may take two years before they decide just how to do that. McDonald’s says it will work with ranchers around the world on a solution.

CBS has reached a settlement with three of the women accusing Charlie Rose of misconduct. They sued the network saying it didn’t do enough to stop Rose from harassing them. The financial terms are staying confidential and a lawyer for the women says they will continue their suit against Rose.

Swiss banking giant Credit Suisse is trying to shore up investor confidence with a huge buyback. It’s planning to re-purchase some $3 billion worth of shares over the next two years. It comes as the stock has been in decline in recent months, amid a major restructuring.

You can blame buffalo wings for a mixed quarter at Dave & Buster’s. The restaurant chain saw comp sales slide in Q3. The CEO says they’re pinning that, in part, on skipping an all you can eat buffalo wings promotion tied to the NFL season. Don’t worry, they’ve introduced a new all you can eat promotion on game nights to change course.