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Which deal gets done: Teva's rumored Mylan bid or Mylan's Perrigo offer?

Those Mylan-Teva tie-up rumors just won't go away, and now, reports say the Israeli drugmaker is weighing a play for its generics rival. But make no mistake, Mylan said Friday: It wants to keep flying solo, and that includes wrapping up some M&A of its own.

Bad news, Teva--Sandoz has an FDA nod for generic Copaxone. But when will it launch?

It's been a long battle since a court upturned Teva's Copaxone patent in July 2013, but a Supreme Court fight, several petitions and a regulatory journey later, Copaxone generics are here.

Was Mylan's $29B Perrigo bid a takeover defense? Analysts say yes

Since Mylan went public on Wednesday with a $205-per-share buyout offer for Ireland's Perrigo, analysts have been weighing the pros and cons of a tie-up between the two generics makers. But there's one thing at least a few of them agree on: The $29 billion bid has to be a response to other M&A action going on behind the scenes.

Report: Supply chain efficiency can boost both top- and bottom-line results

Pharma puts so much emphasis on top line that drugmakers give scant consideration to what their supply chains are costing them. But a new report suggests that making a supply chain more efficient is not only going to save costs, but it will also help drive greater sales.

Teva takes another swing at generic Copaxone with new FDA petition

It's not just that Teva doesn't want the FDA to approve generics of its MS star, Copaxone. It really, really, really does not want the FDA to approve them, and it's filed yet another citizen's petition to the agency with a crop of reasons why it shouldn't.

Teva signs 5-year contract to supply DOD with adenovirus vaccine

Teva Pharmaceutical will supply military basic training camps with live, oral vaccines for adenovirus type 4 and type 7 through December 2019. The company has a 5-year contract with the Department of Defense, under which it anticipates supplying 200,000 to 250,000 doses per year.

Whistleblowers say Teva used kickbacks to push up Copaxone, Azilect sales

Teva Pharmaceutical Industries is facing U.S. allegations that it used kickbacks, disguised as speaking fees, to persuade doctors to boost prescriptions of its multiple sclerosis drug Copaxone and Parkinson's med Azilect.

Teva used kickbacks to boost Copaxone, Azilect scripts, whistleblowers say

After scouring Teva Pharmaceutical for potential marketing and kickback violations for more than a year, the U.S. Justice Department decided not to join up with whistleblowers suing the company. But the two former sales reps are persisting with civil claims that the Israel-based drugmaker used kickbacks, disguised as speaking fees, to persuade doctors to boost prescriptions of its multiple sclerosis drug Copaxone and Parkinson's med Azilect.

Teva finally joins the M&A fray with $3.2B Auspex buyout

Teva has been sitting on the sidelines for more than a year as its peers jumped head-first into a biopharma deal bonanza. But no longer: The Israeli company struck a $3.2 billion agreement to buy Auspex Pharmaceuticals, which will finally put it back onto the M&A map. And it's zeroing in on more deal targets, analysts say.

Deals for Actavis, Teva plants put G&W in the spotlight; CEO says its culture is its beacon

G&W Laboratories, a small generic drugmaker, recently broke onto the pharma scene publicly with two substantial deals in 10 months for plants and products. The first deal was last summer when it bought an Actavis plant, and this month it announced a deal to do the same with Teva Pharmaceutical Industries.