Category: GE Healthcare
Here's a look at some of the top legal news stories for medical device companies this week: GE Healthcare says engineer sent trade secrets to China; Counterclaims stand in whistleblower lawsuit against Boston Scientific; Boston Scientific loses $74M pelvic mesh verdict; DoJ says recorded meeting uncovers kickback scheme at Reliance Medical; Allergan caves to shareholder meeting after Valeant, Ackman rally support
GE Healthcare accuses one of its Wisconsin-based engineers of copying millions of confidential files before landing a job at a rival company in China.
Officials at GE Healthcare (NYSE:GE) filed a lawsuit against one of their Waukesha, Wisc., engineers after finding out that he copied millions of sensitive files that the company says were not necessary for his role.
GE Healthcare wins FDA approval for its SenoClaire 3D breast tomosynthesis system, a device that could displace digital mammography as the major technology for breast cancer screening.
Imaging giant GE Healthcare (NYSE:GE) won FDA approval for its 3D breast tomosynthesis imaging system, MassDevice.com has learned.
GE Healthcare is planning to move the U.S. headquarters for its life sciences division from New Jersey to Massachusetts.
Here's a look at some of the top Wall Street stories for medical device companies this week: Abbott CEO defends inversions amid corporate exodus furor; Medtronic fights tax dodging rhetoric in Covidien merger; Allergan cuts 1,500 jobs, faces SEC complaint; A countdown to failure for Valeant's hostile $53B Allergan takeover; GE Healthcare idles for another quarter
Industry giant GE posts another lackluster quarter for its healthcare business with flat sales and profits for Q2 and low expectations for the rest of the year.
GE Healthcare (NYSE:GE) isn't terribly optimistic about its prospects for the rest of this year as its 2nd-quarter earnings report again shows softness in the U.S. dragging down total healthcare activity.
Medtech titan Medtronic has lured away a handful of GE Healthcare's top managers, leaving The General to do some reorganizing.