Siemens' healthcare division sees declines in the company's 1st quarter, even as total profits soar 20%.
Healthcare giant Siemens (NYSE:SI) saw declines in its healthcare division during Q1, with sales and profits down on a shaky quarter.
A federal judge tosses a whistleblower lawsuit accusing Siemens of overcharging the U.S. Veterans Affairs Dept. for ultrasound and magnetic resonance imaging devices.
Siemens (NYSE:SI) slipped a whistleblower lawsuit alleging that it overcharged the U.S. Veterans Affairs Dept. for ultrasound and magnetic resonance imaging devices.
Siemens wins 510(k) clearance for its Magnetom Prisma, a 3 Tesla MRI system.
Siemens (NYSE:SI) won 510(k) clearance for its Magnetom Prisma 3 Tesla MRI System.
The high-resolution Magnetom Prisma includes features that cut down on vibrations and produce high-quality images, down to fine anatomical details of the brain. Siemens is offering on-site upgrades to customers who already have the Magnetom Trio, another 3T MRI system.
Siemens Healthcare hires outside sales firm NGage to bolster the direct sales team for its women's health and diagnostic imaging products.
Siemens Healthcare (NYSE:SI) inked a deal with outside sales firm NGage to complement its in-house sales efforts.
Malvern, Pa.-based Siemens hired NGage U.S. to a 5-year pact to bolster the direct sales team for its women's health and diagnostic imaging products.
Siemens shares gain after the German conglomerate beats 4th-quarter earnings expectations, despite lower profits from its healthcare division, and announces a $5.4 billion share repurchasing program.
Siemens (NYSE:SI) shares are up after the German conglomerate reported stronger-than-expected fiscal 4th-quarter earnings and announced a share repurchasing program worth some $5.4 billion, despite lower profits from its healthcare division.
German technology giant Siemens plans to cut 15,000 employees before the end of next fiscal year, but its healthcare division gets to sit this one out.
Siemens (NYSE:SI) is expecting to lay off some 15,000 workers in total before the end of next year, but it's healthcare workers are safe this time around.
Dr. Gregory Sorensen, CEO of Siemens Healthcare, disputes an editorial in the New England Journal of Medicine that said concerns over the medical device tax are overblown.
An editorial published earlier this year in the prestigious New England Journal of Medicine contained "factual errors that could lead to critical policy blunders," according to Dr. Gregory Sorensen, CEO of Siemens Healthcare (NYSE:SI).