Category: Align Technology Inc.
Elekta appoints former Nokia markets VP Niklas Savander as its new CEO and president.
Elekta (STO:EKTA B) said it named Niklas Savander, a former Nokia executive, as its new president & CEO. Savander is succeeding Tomas Puusepp, who will keep his seat on Stockholm-based company's board.
IT's Savander's 1st venture into the medical device industry. His resume includes stints at Hewlett-Packard as well as Nokia, according to a press release.
Align Technology's 3rd-quarter earnings shatter expectations on Wall Street as it swings to black for the quarter.
Align Technology (NSDQ:ALGN) beat its own forecast and shattered Wall Street's earnings expectations with its 3rd-quarter results, sending shares up more than 15% this morning ahead of the market's open.
Align Technologies lands a German legal win enforcing an injunction against rivals Ortho Caps and Rasteder KFO, which Align claims sell products that infringe on its Invisalign dental alignment technology.
The International Trade Commission reviews Align Technology's patent infringement case against ClearCorrect, including the company's cease-and-desist request.
After a favorable ruling for Align Technology (NSDQ:ALGN) back in May, the International Trade Commission further reviewed the company's patent infringement case against Pakistani dental device maker ClearCorrect.
Creganna-Tactx Medical pulls in a new chief executive from Abbott after outgoing CEO Helen Ryan's 8 year reign.
Creganna-Tactx Medical CEO Helen Ryan is preparing to pass the torch after 8 years in the corner office, with Abbott (NYSE:ABT) executive Robert "Chip" Hance slated to take the helm in September.
Align Technologies gets a little Wall Street love after posting better-than-expected figures for its 2nd quarter.
Align Technology (NSDQ:ALGN) is tracking nearly 2 points higher today after posting 2nd-quarter figures that beat analysts' expectations.
An International Trade Commission judge finds that Pakistani dental device maker ClearCorrect infringes 7 Align Technology patents.
Align Technology (NSDQ:ALGN) said a judge with the International Trade Commission found that Pakistani dental device maker ClearCorrect and a U.S. affiliate infringe 7 of Align's patents.