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Zimmer plans cuts and outsourcing at its Warsaw, Ind., headquarters partially to offset the impending burden of a 2.3% medical device tax.
Zimmer Holdings (NYSE:ZMH) announced layoffs at its Warsaw, Ind., headquarters, pointing to the expected burden of the medical device tax as partly responsible for some of the losses.
The orthopedics device maker plans to offset the entire burden posed by the impending 2.3% device levy in 2013 through cost-cutting efforts, part of which include layoffs.
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Pathfinder lands on Wall Street as it merges with SyntheMed to form Pathfinder Cell Therapy.
Closing an agreement that’s been in the works since January, SyntheMed, Inc. (OTC:SYMD), a biomaterials company, changed its name to Pathfinder Cell Therapy, after merging with the biotechnology company.
Richard Franklin, who was President & CEO of Pathfinder, will keep his corner office and Joerg Gruber, a former director of SyntheMed will serve as chairman of the board for the newly created company.