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  • Partly employee-owned firm specializes in fluid transfer

    SOUTHHAMPTON, Pa. Ken Baker, 61, is CEO and majority owner of New Age Industries, based in this suburb about 15 miles north of Philadelphia. The family business makes and sells high-purity plastic tubing and hose as well as sanitary fittings and hose...
  • Prescription drug price battles show no sign of letting up

    The decision this week by experts at the Food and Drug Administration to endorse a pair of medicines aimed at combating heart disease brought on the latest round of hand-wringing over prescription drug costs. The drugs, which work to reduce cholesterol,...
  • Email: State suspends medical marijuana clinic

    A new clinic promising to help patients get signed up for Minnesota's medical marijuana program has been suspended by the state, a potential blow to hopeful patients and a New York company seeking to connect them with willing doctors. The Minnesota...
  • Teva accuses Mylan of 'desperate attempt' to suppress bid

    Teva Pharmaceutical says rival generic drugmaker Mylan is engaging in a "desperate attempt" to keep its board and shareholders from considering Teva's $40 billion-plus takeover offer. The claim, delivered Monday in a letter to Mylan, was the latest...
  • Teva Pharmaceutical says its offer to buy Mylan is 'strong and serious'

    PITTSBURGH Teva Pharmaceutical Industries on Monday responded to Mylan's letter of last week, saying that contrary to doing little more than "meddling," its offer to buy Mylan is "strong and serious." Teva's more than $40 billion proposal "offers...
  • Pozen making $146M acquisition and will move to Ireland

    Pozen, a U.S. specialty drugmaker that has struggled to get its cardiovascular drug approved, will buy a Canadian company and move its headquarters to Ireland. Shares jumped 26 percent Monday. Pozen, which is now based in Chapel Hill, North Carolina,...
  • Cardinal Health paying $1.1B for pharmaceutical distributor

    Cardinal Health will spend about $1.12 billion to buy pharmaceutical distributor The Harvard Drug Group in a deal that aims to build its generic and over-the-counter drug businesses. Cardinal said Friday that its purchase of the privately-held company...
  • Emmaus couple charged with making meth

    Emmaus couple charged with making meth
    A couple's purchases of large quantities of an over-the-counter medication led Lehigh County narcotics officers to a meth lab at their Emmaus home, authorities said. Lehigh County Drug Task Force agents served a search warrant at 6:05 a.m. Thursday at...
  • Feds: Florida doctor gave cancer patients unapproved drugs

    A Florida oncologist was charged Thursday with giving cancer patients medications, included chemotherapy drugs, from other countries that were not approved by the federal Food and Drug Administration. Federal health officials said patients at East Lake...
  • Feds: Tampa doctor gave cancer patients unapproved drugs

    Feds: Tampa doctor gave cancer patients unapproved drugs
    A Tampa oncologist was charged Thursday with giving cancer patients medications, included chemotherapy drugs, from other countries that were not approved by the federal Food and Drug Administration. Federal health officials said patients at East Lake...
  • Utah health insurers request big rate hikes for 2016

    More than half a dozen health insurers in Utah say they need to raise rates on individual policies next year by 10 percent or more because of higher than expected care costs and other expenses. The proposed hikes affect plans offered through the...