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3. Medtronic’s not afraid of hackers
A Medtronic Inc. (NYSE:MDT) spokesperson responded to the ruckus about software vulnerabilities in insulin pumps.
2. Stereotaxis plunges
Stereotaxis share prices dove nearly 60 percent as the company withdrew 2011 financial guidance.
1. Italy tackles Siemens, Philips and Toshiba on antitrust charges
The Italian Antitrust Authority charged Siemens SpA (NYSE:SI), Philips SpA and Toshiba Medical Systems Italia Srl a total of about $7.4 million on conspiracy to control certain medical device supply lines. GE Healthcare’s Italian arm was the first to point the finger.