Category: Cardinal Health
Cardinal Health hopes to give its interventional devices suite a boost with the $320 million acquisition of AccessClosure and its Mynx biodegradable vascular sealants.
Ohio-based Cardinal Health (NYSE:CAH) made a $320 million all-cash bid to acquire AccessClosure and its extravascular closure technology.
Patient Safety Technologies agrees to make additional disclosures to settle shareholder lawsuits filed over its impending $120 million buyout by Stryker Corp.
CareFusion, Tyco Healthcare and Cardinal Health land a collective $1 billion in supply contracts with the U.S. Dept. of Defense.
The United States Department of Defense awarded nearly $1.1 billion worth of contracts to 3 medical device firms.
Medical device companies including Cardinal Health and Mindray Medical are among the firms awarded contracts and extensions worth nearly $196 million by the U.S. Defense Dept.
The U.S. Defense Dept. awarded $195.8 million worth of contracts to 3 medical device firms.
New York medical device maker AngioDynamics settles a years-old distribution dispute stemming from its acquisition of Navilyst Medical.
AngioDynamics (NSDQ:ANGO) closed the books on a 3-year-old distribution spat with Cardinal Health, with the companies agreeing to a terminate the lawsuit late last month.
Medical device companies including Cardinal Health and Henry Schein were among the firms awarded contracts and extensions worth nearly $84 million by the U.S. Defense Dept. today.
By Chris Walker
The U.S. Defense Dept. issued $83.9 million worth of contracts to 4 medical device companies, according to the agency's daily press release.
Abbott and Johnson & Johnson are among the U.S.-based companies that park billions in offshore tax havens, according to a U.S. PIRG report.
Abbott (NYSE:ABT) parked some $40 billion in 107 overseas tax havens last year, making it 1 of the top 15 U.S. companies with the most money held offshore, according to a U.S. Public Interest Research Group report issued last month.