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By Shawn M. Schmitt 14 Nov 2022
Toyota Motor North America's Kristen Tabar told a roomful of medical device quality and regulatory professionals at a Case for Quality forum that they can infuse quality concepts into every nook and cranny of their firms by adopting the car-maker's quality strategy of reflection, education, celebration and planning. "I don’t want to make it sound like it’s sort of cult-y, but it’s kind of cult-y," Tabar quipped.
By Jo Shorthouse 14 Nov 2022
Europe’s patchwork of reimbursement agencies make it a daunting place for a small US biotech to do business. Traditionally large pharma partners or CMSOs have provided an experienced hand to hold, but as a new wave of gene therapies and orphan drugs get the EMA green light, smaller drug developers are applying innovation to commercialization and choosing to go solo.
By Jung Won Shin 25 Oct 2022
AstraZeneca plans hefty investment in South Korea’s biomedical sector over next few years, in a signal of multinationals' improved sentiment over the government’s recently announced plans to nurture the bio-health industry as a major growth engine.
By William Looney 27 Nov 2020
The idea that public corporations have obligations that extend beyond the fiduciary responsibility to shareholders will be the dominant measure of responsible business behavior in the coming decade. Uncertainty about the extent of these commitments – commonly referenced as the environmental, social and governance (ESG) agenda – has produced equally variable responses from companies in the health care business.
By Vibha Ravi 27 Nov 2020
Private equity group True North continues to back the Biocon group and is picking up a minority stake in Biocon Biologics in a deal that values the subsidiary at $3bn. Separately, another subsidiary, Biocon Biosphere, has also been set up as part of efforts to unlock the full potential of the business.
21 Jul 2020
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By Vibha Ravi 13 Nov 2019
Lupin plans to invest in acquisitions and organic growth in the US and India after selling Japanese subsidiary Kyowa Pharma for an enterprise value of around $525m to Japan private equity group Unison Capital. But the Indian firm stresses it is not exiting Japan and will continue to look for marketing partnerships.
02 Aug 2019
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