Today, analysts Andrew Tonner and Austin Smith discuss whether retired McDonald's CEO Jim Skinner can help pharmaceutical giant Walgreen as newly appointed chairman of the board. This looks like a great move, but it could be tough for Skinner to make a significant difference in a limited day-to-day role.
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