Vascular Dynamics said early this month it tapped former NuVasive Inc. (NSDQ:NUVA) exec and Ellipse Technologies CEO Ed Roschak as its new president and chief executive. Prior to joining Mountain View, Calif.-based Vascular Dynamics, Roschak served as prez and CEO of Ellipse Technologies, which he saw through a $410 million acquisition by NuVasive. He then took up […]
Lumicell said last week it tapped former Accuray (NSDQ:ARAY) chief operating officer Kelly Londy as its new chief exec, with founder W. Lee moving to take the role of prez & chief scientific officer. Prior to holding the COO position at Accuray, Londy has held leadership positions at GE Healthcare (NYSE:GE) and Royal Philips (NYSE:PHG), Lumicell said. “We are […]
Wright Medical COO, ex-Tornier CEO Mowry, steps down Wright Medical (NSDQ:WMGI) said yesterday its exec veep and chief operating officer, and former Tornier (NSDQ:TRNX) CEO, David Mowry will be stepping down from the company on May 6 to pursue other opportunities. The company did not indicate who would take Mowry’s position. Read more
Bigfoot Biomedical is making strides towards its goal of a bionic pancreas after inking a deal with Dexcom Inc. (NSDQ:DXCM), maker of continuous glucose monitors, and acquiring the assets of shuttered insulin pump maker Asante. Bigfoot also said it will be relocating to Milpitas, Calif., where Asante was headquartered. The deal signed with Dexcom is slated to […]
Asante Solutions withdrew its plans for an initial public offering it had hoped would bring in $49 million for its Snap modular insulin pump.
Asante Solutions today set the terms for its initial public offering, saying it plans to offer 3.5 million shares at $13 to $15 apiece.
Asante Solutions registered for a $45 million initial public offering for its modular Snap insulin pump, which is designed to use pre-loaded insulin cartridges.
Bottomley served in the U.K.’s House of Commons from 1984 to 2005, after which she was raised to "peerage," a term of ranking for British nobility.
Cynosure Inc. (NSDQ:CYNO) officials said the company has won international regulatory approval for two of its cellulite reduction systems, including the SmoothShapes laser liposuction device that sucked $40 million out of now-defunct Elemé Medical Inc.