Topic: Private Equity Firm
Nasdaq-listed Sinovac accused OrbiMed, 1Globe Capital and a buyer consortium led by Sinobioway of conspiring a hostile takeover.
Private equity firm, in exclusive talks with Sanofi, says it'll invest to pump up Zentiva into an "independent European generics leader."
Just five months after Allergan’s CEO said the company wouldn’t break up, it’s reportedly weighing options for its women’s health unit.
China issued expansive drug policy change guidelines, the FDA rejected Mylan and Biocon's Neulasta biosim, C-Bridge hired ex-GSK exec Hussain.
Last week, an activist investor held out on the buyout offer for Stada—and it worked.
QuintilesIMS is weighing a sale of its contract sales business that could be worth up to $1 billion, according to Reuters.
Buyout target Stada is rolling out cost-cutting measures and new guidance in an attempt to bring in larger bids.
The race to snatch up generics maker Stada is heating up—and fast—with multiple players reportedly preparing to jump in, including Chinese drugmakers and, improbably, U.S.-based Merck.
When the week began, Stada had plenty of interested suitors, but it wasn’t sure any of them would make a real offer. Now, the first has come in at $3.72 billion.
Stada already had two interested buyers in the mix as of earlier this week. And now, it’s got three.