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J&J teams with Scripps on a new Big Pharma/biotech spinoff matchmaking effort

Scripps' two big research outfits in California and Florida have allied themselves with the J&J Innovation Center in Menlo Park, CA, in an effort designed to take some of their early-stage breakthroughs and spin off new development programs, looking to kick-start a few biotech startups and Big Pharma match-ups along the way.

After burning up $349M, CymaBay aims for Nasdaq as IPOs get shaky

Three years ago, Sanofi walked away from a $375 million diabetes partnership with Metabolex, which had just salved the wound with a new pact with J&J. Now, operating under a new name--CymaBay--and armed with a fresh $38 million raise from late last year, the small biotech is floating plans for a $30 million IPO, looking to cash in on the lingering biotech boom.

Bayer, J&J beef up Xarelto research to keep market-share gains coming

Johnson & Johnson and Bayer's Xarelto made its way to the front of the new-age anticoagulant pack not long after hitting the U.S. market, gaining ground from rival Pradaxa to head what has since become a three-horse race. And that's ground its makers aren't ready to cede.

J&J says BabyCenter beats Facebook and Twitter for intelligence-gathering

A Johnson & Johnson number cruncher says nuggets of marketing gold are waiting to be found on its parenting site BabyCenter.

J&J sifts marketing nuggets from Mom's BabyCenter posts

Johnson & Johnson is using a research panel of 50,000 consumers, together with sharing-minded mothers on its parenting site BabyCenter, to flag ideas and catchphrases that resonate with moms.

Jury partially faults J&J in another vaginal mesh trial verdict

Johnson & Johnson's Ethicon arm has been ordered to pay $1.2 million in damages in a trial alleging it produced faulty vaginal mesh that was implanted into a 64-year-old woman.

J&J will sell Ortho Clinical Diagnostics to Carlyle for $4B plus

Johnson & Johnson has formally accepted the Carlyle Group's $4 billion-plus bid to snatch up its Ortho Clinical Diagnostics arm, more than two months after announcing the proposed transaction.

Genmab banks $22M from J&J as myeloma drug ticks forward

Denmark's Genmab is rolling right along with breakthrough-designated daratumumab for double refractory multiple myeloma, hitting a milestone in Phase II development and triggering a $22 million payout from collaborator Johnson & Johnson.

J&J's Ethicon division pays $11M to resolve a vaginal mesh case

It's bad news for Johnson and Johnson's Ethicon division in its ongoing vaginal mesh saga: The company paid out $11.1 million to settle one of the first of many cases to go to court over its transvaginal mesh products, Lawyers and Settlements reported.

Florida man threatened to poison J&J products unless it forked over cash

GlaxoSmithKline announced today that bottles of its alli over-the-counter weight-loss drug were tampered with, and warned consumers to look out for suspect packages.