Gilead Sciences, under pressure from a flagging hep C franchise, agreed to plunk down nearly $12 billion for Kite Pharma just ahead of a blockbuster CAR-T…
The Big Pharma workforce in 2007 appears remarkably similar to the present. Underneath those numbers, though, are some major shifts.
Teva is working to sell off its women’s health unit to churn up cash and pay down debt, and it may have some takers.
Fosun Pharma and Shanghai Pharma are bidding for a stake in U.S. drugmaker Arbor Pharma.
The generics pricing hit that's slammed Teva shares over last week? The company knew it was coming—and stayed mum for five weeks.
Teva has already hinted it could sell off more assets than just the ones it’s already name-dropped. And it’s reportedly plowing ahead.
Pfizer spinoff Zoetis met Q2 expectations and brightened its full-year forecast, but it's looking to M&A to drive further growth.
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Gilead Sciences is said to be evaluating United Therapeutics, although it finds itself in competition with GlaxoSmithKline and perhaps others.