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Big Pharma's market cap stars of 2014: Lilly, AbbVie, AstraZeneca

Who can resist a numbers match-up? Not us, obviously. Even better when the winners are a bit unexpected. Today, it's market cap, courtesy of EvaluatePharma and its annual state of the industry report.

Lilly inks a $690M deal to get its hands on an autoimmune drug

Eli Lilly is betting up to $690 million that a drug from Korea's Hanmi Pharmaceutical can successfully treat an array of autoimmune diseases, licensing an early-stage candidate with ambitious plans for future trials.

German court deals another EU patent blow to Lilly's blockbuster Alimta

It's more bad news for Eli Lilly's Alimta in Europe. After losing a patent fight last year with Actavis in England, the Indianapolis drugmaker has now lost another in Germany, paving the way for knockoff versions of its top drug there.

Hutchison China MediTech eyes first modern drug approval in China next year with Eli Lilly candidate

Hutchison China MediTech, based in Hong Kong, expects to file for its first drug approval next year for what it said would be the first modern drug developed in China since artemisinin was developed in the 1970s to treat malaria.

Denovo Biopharma eyes China trial of licensed Eli Lilly neuroscience drug

Denovo Biopharma will conduct clinical trials in China for its exclusively licensed pomaglumetad methionil, a late-stage neuroscience drug licensed from Eli Lilly.

Singapore's TauRx notes Alzheimer's candidate journal publication, but buzz eludes

Phase II results of the first clinical trial of a tau aggregation inhibitor for Alzheimer's disease were published last month in the Journal of Alzheimer's Disease, with Singapore-based TauRx Pharmaceuticals saying it was an important milestone as it moves to report top line results from a Phase III study in 2016.

With peglispro shunted aside, Lilly could go full-tilt after Lantus

Eli Lilly's long-acting basal insulin peglispro is on the back burner now. Some analysts figure it's well on its way to being canned. But the news isn't quite as bad for Lilly as one might expect--nor quite as good for the drug peglispro was hoping to challenge, Sanofi's Lantus.

Is a weak Eli Lilly ripe for a takeover?

Everybody sees something different when they look at Eli Lilly, which has recently dropped out of the top 10 pharma group. A number of analysts, some with good reason to shine up to CEO John Lechleiter, see a company that has hit bottom and is on the comeback trail, with new drug approvals to help bolster Lechleiter's bullish forecasts.

Lilly's new insulin is likely DOA after latest delay, analyst says

Eli Lilly's already-delayed new insulin has run into another roadblock, as potentially harmful liver side effects have sent the company back to the clinic, putting off a potential regulatory filing by a year or more and leading a top analyst to eulogize the program.

Lilly extends study of highly anticipated cholesterol fighter

Eli Lilly says it will extend the massive Phase III trial for its highly anticipated drug candidate evacetrapib, a CETP inhibitor that works to lower LDL, or "bad," cholesterol levels and raise HDL, or "good," cholesterol levels, by 6 months.