Category: Volcano Corp.
David Green bows out as chairman, president & CEO of Harvard Apparatus Regenerative Technology but will stay on the board.
Insulet lures former Analogic CFO Michael Levitz to be its new finance chief.
Volcano, now part of Dutch conglomerate Royal Philips, gains a European CE Mark for new software that helps assess serial lesions and diffuse coronary disease in a simpler way.
Cardiovascular imaging company Volcano nailed down a CE Mark in the European Union for diagnostic software that helps assess serial lesions and diffuse coronary disease in a simpler way.
Medical device executives surveyed by the Medical Device Manufacturers Assn. say they'll step up hiring if the medical device tax is repealed.
Repealing the job-killing medical device tax will serve as job creator, a survey of medical device executives revealed today.
Here's a look at some of the top Wall Street stories for medical device companies this week: Year in review: 2014 was the year of the medtech IPO; Symmetry Medical closes surgical spinout, OEM sale; Inogen affirms 2014 outlook, predicts 2015 growth of up to 25%
, Johnson & Johnson
, Nevro Corp.
, Ocular Therapeutix Inc.
, Symmetry Medical Inc.
, Symmetry Surgical
, Tecomet Inc.
Royal Philips agrees to pay $1.2 billion to acquire Volcano Corp. and its cardiovascular imaging technology.
The number of initial public offerings for medical device companies jumped fourfold in 2014, according to a MassDevice.com analysis.
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It was, as predicted, the year of the IPO for medical device companies, with 25 filing initial public offerings during 2014, according to a MassDevice.com analysis.