Keyword: Securities and Exchange Commission
Nasdaq-listed Sinovac accused OrbiMed, 1Globe Capital and a buyer consortium led by Sinobioway of conspiring a hostile takeover.
Just three days after celebrating a new FDA approval for use of its cancer drug Rubraca, Clovis Oncology quietly disclosed bad news about a saga that dates back two years.
Did insider trading occur around Sanofi’s $11.6 billion deal for Bioverativ? The Securities and Exchange Commission thinks it may have.
As the number of pending talc cases continues to tick upward, Johnson & Johnson is maintaining its defensive winning streak.
BDO sifted through SEC filings to discover just what the top 100 life sciences companies are most worried about these days.
Mylan has received a Department of Justice subpoena into its opioid business, according to a quarterly securities filing.
The SEC has charged two former Ariad employees and a spouse of a former employee with insider trading.
GAAP, or generally accepted accounting principles, is the standard for public companies, but a new report reveals Big Pharma companies are bending the rules.
The SEC , which has been criticizing individual pharma companies for their use of non-GAAP accounting, in a letter to Allergan says it intends to examine the practice across the entire industry.
Just after forking over $520 million to resolve federal bribery charges, Teva faces a lawsuit that seeks to hold company officials accountable.