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Mylan visits Disney Parks for a little EpiPen marketing magic

Stung while checking out A Bug's Land? Accidentally eat some peanuts while riding Dumbo the Flying Elephant? Those with severe allergies needn't worry: At Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, Mylan is putting EpiPen on the map. Literally.

Pfizer turns back Mylan's patent challenge to Sutent

Pfizer execs can sigh with relief now that a federal court has backed the company's patents on kidney cancer drug Sutent. The med has become increasingly important to Pfizer as sales of off-patent drugs have faded, and so it was alarming to the U.S. drugmaker when generics maker Mylan challenged the patent in 2010 and filed to make its own copy.

New tax rules won't spook Mylan out of Abbott generics buy

A few potential deals have already caved under the weight of new U.S. tax rules that discourage inversion deals. Not Mylan's. The Pittsburgh-based company is pushing ahead with a $5.3 billion plan to buy a piece of Abbott Laboratories' overseas generics business--with a few edits, of course.

Mylan recalls blood pressure med, following recalls of generic by two other drugmakers

Another drugmaker is having to recall metoprolol succinate extended release tablets, a generic for AstraZeneca hypertension drug Toprol XL. This time it is Mylan and the recall is for nearly 16,000 bottles of the beta blocker.

Is Teva knocking on Mylan's door? With inversion deal at risk, maybe

Teva and Mylan merge? Rumors are certainly swirling--and not for the first time, either. But while a potential deal might make financial sense, at least one analyst doesn't see it happening.

Treasury's crackdown on inversion could scupper Medtronic-Covidien deal

Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew yesterday unveiled a plethora reforms to make tax inversion more difficult and less attractive, potentially killing a plethora of pending mergers with foreign companies, including Medtronic's $43 billion tie-up with Ireland's Covidien. 

Recall of Mylan nitroglycerin revised to avoid shortage

Mylan and Health Canada have rethought a recall of Mylan-Nitro Spray that it hopes will not deprive users of the meds they need for angina. The effort comes as the FDA has been fighting a shortage of nitroglycerin in the U.S.

Gilead hands Sovaldi manufacturing tech to 7 generics makers

Gilead Sciences is presenting a huge gift to Mylan and half a dozen Indian generics makers. It is transferring the manufacturing technology for its biggest product and its blessing to go make cheap copies in 91 markets.

Mylan, Ranbaxy, others to bring cheap Sovaldi to 91 markets

Cheap Sovaldi is on the way, and it could very well be coming to an emerging market near you. Gilead has ironed out a licensing deal for the hep C wonder with 7 companies--including Mylan and Ranbaxy--and they'll bring low-cost copies to 91 developing countries.

Mylan challenges Big Pharma's clot fighters with $300M Arixtra buy

Generics maker Mylan has been laying out billions over the last 12 months for M&A. Now, it has inked a deal for a single drug: Arixtra, an injectable blood thinner that fights clots in the legs and lungs.