Sean Stewart, a former executive with JP Morgan and Perella Weinberg Partners who is accused of insider trading based on his work on several medical device transactions, lost his bid to have criminal charges dismissed from a federal court in New York. Federal prosecutors in May 2015 charged Stewart, his father Robert Stewart and a 3rd […]
Analyst: ConMed ripe for M&A spree May 19, 2015 by Fink Densford ConMed, in the middle of an under-appreciated turnaround, could be poised to augment its growth via selective acquisitions, according to Leerink Partners analyst Richard Newitter. Newitter, who upgraded CNMD shares to “outperform” and boosted the price target to $64 from $60, wrote in […]
INC Research’s Kendle acquisition vaulted the North Carolina clinical research organization into the CRO industry’s top five and, according to CEO James Ogle, helped the company become a global player.
INC Research, still completing its $232 million acquisition of clinical research organization Kendle International Inc. (NSDQ:KNDL), bought yet another CRO to add to its global footprint.
Raleigh, N. C.-based INC Research acquired Australian CRO Trident Clinical Research in an aggressive move that gets INC into a fast-growing market for early phase clinical studies.
Cincinnati-based contract research organization Kendle International Inc. (NSDQ:KNDL) has solved its “acquire-or-be-acquired” dilemma.
Kendle agreed to sell itself to Raleigh, N.C.-based CRO INC Research LLC for $232 million, according to a statement from the companies.
INC Research Inc. hired a new CFO as the North Carolina-based clinical research organization charts course to make itself one of the biggest players in the CRO industry.
David Gill has been CFO at Morrisville, N.C.-based medical device company TransEnterix since 2009, and succeeds former INC CFO Dan Hartnett who recently retired.
Gill is no stranger to INC having served on the privately-held company’s board of directors since 2007.