Posts tagged “GSK”
GSK malaria vaccine nearer OK; Aerie not giving up on glaucoma treatment; Duke Energy's Greentech award; Novartis soars; CDC's new tech tracks listeria
In the latest wrapup of technology and life science news: GSK's malaria vaccine is closer to approval after clinical trial; Aerie Pharmaceuticals not giving up on glaucoma treatment; Duke Energy wins a Greentech award; Novartis soars in wake of GSK, Eli Lilly deals; CDC uses new tech to track listeria illnesses.
Drug giant GlaxoSmithKline, which already is cutting hundreds of jobs in the Triangle and in the Philadelphia area, is now in the process of closing an office in Pittsburgh where 274 people work, according to the Pittsburgh Business Times.
Drug giant GlaxoSmithKline, which is laying off hundreds of people in Research Triangle Park and Pennsylvania, is going to build a new research and development center for vaccines in Maryland.
Google Fiber expands; Jim Goodnight's venture play; non-GMO food label; new Instagram app; GSK's next HQ in Asia
In today's Bulldog wrapup of technology and life science news: Google Fiber is expanding; Jim Goodnight's new venture play is biotech; a proposed label for non-GMO foods; Instagram has a new app; and GSK is building a new Asian headquarters.
At an event put on by the North Carolina Biotechnology Center and supported by GlaxoSmithKline, more than 300 people who are losing their jobs at GSK through layoffs gathered to hear about possible options for future employment. "There is life beyond GSK," former GlaxoWellcome CEO Robert Ingram tells the crowd.
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation took a major role in trying to find a vaccine to treat Ebola, even providing funding to Durham-based Chimerix. Now, Bill Gates is warning that the world must prepare for future epidemics. If we are smart, we will listen and learn from what's happened from an outbreak that has killed some 10,000 people.
AT&T's $40M error; GSK job cuts; Amazon 1-hour delivery; Salix $78M parachutes; GSK inhaler; China freedom group attacked
In today's Bulldog wrapup of technology and life science news: AT&T takes a $40M hit in a lawsuit; GSK is cutting 150 jobs in Pa.; Amazon expands 1-hour delivery service; Salix handing out $78M in golden parachutes; GSK wins OK for inhaler; and a China web freedom group is under attack.
A senior executive at troubled drug giant GlaxoSmithKline says "social responsibility" is a major reason for its attempts to develop a vaccine to treat Ebola. Resources were diverted from other projects to support the Ebola fight, he says.
GlaxoSmithKline, Biogen, other major drugmakers, the British government and a top Alzheimer's research charity are pooling more than $100 million to create a global fund to accelerate efforts to find a treatment or even a cure for the mind-robbing disease within a decade.
Blackberry-IBM-Samsung secure tablet; Cablevision-HBO Now; GSK Ebola update; Facebook's buy; Lyft lawsuit
In today's wrapup of technology and life science news: BlackBerry joins with IBM and Samsung to develop a secure tablet; GSK's Ebola vaccine advances; Cablevision hooks up with HBO Now; Facebook's latest buy; and did Lyft cheat drivers?
Drug giants GlaxoSmithKline and Novartis say they have formally closed on a deal valued at more than $21 billion to changes each company in dramatic fashion. Plus, they are moving ahead with a joint venture focusing on consumer healthcare.
Reddit, Google crack down on nude photos; GSK-Novartis deal nears close; Apple loses $539.M dispute; INC's first results; honor for Quintiles
In today's Bulldog wrapup of technology and life science news: Reddit and Google are cracking down on nude photos; GSK says Novartis deal nears close; Apple loses a big patent verdict; INC reports results; an honor for Quintiles.
GlaxoSmithKline's diet pill "alli" is now back in most U.S. stores. The drugmaker voluntary recalled the product last March after finding some packages in stores didn't contain real alli, indicating tampering after shipment.
GSK-Novartis deal OK'd; Apple's $1.92B data centers; Argos buying HQ; Dish founder bis back; CommScope earnings
In today's Bulldog wrapup of technology and life science news: The FTC approves the Novartis-GSK cancer drug deal; Apple plans new data centers in Europe; Argos is buying its new headquarters; Dish founder back as CEO; and CommScope reports a profit.
The retirement of Deirdre Connelly as GSK's top North American executive on Monday, the naming of her replacement and new roles for two other senior managers are the latest in a series of changes transforming the drug giant's Triangle operations. We've got the latest update.
In a formal statement, GlaxoSmithKline praises Deirdre Connelly, who was replaced as president of U.S. Pharmaceuticals on Monday by Jack Bailey, another GSK executive. GSK also discloses two other management changes affecting U.S. operations.
Deirdre Connelly, who oversees GlaxSmithKline's operations in the Triangle from her office in Philadelphia, is retiring and will be replaced by another GSK veteran exec. The changes are effective immediately.
View-Master coming back; IBM settles pollution suit; AT&T CEO warns on net netraulity; UBS says GSK now is a 'buy'
In today's Bulldog wrapup of technology and life science news: Google, Mattel are bringing back the View-Master; IBM settles a pollution suit in New York; AT&T's CEO warns against Internet regulation; and UBS reverses its rating on GSK stock to "buy."