Posts tagged “Pozen”
Startup says aloha to name after Hawaii protests; FDA-Pozen update; new Tantalus exec; Apple $400M ebook settlement; Novartis earnings; Visa's new system
In today's Bulldog wrapup of life science and technology news: A L.A. company changes its name after protests in Hawaii; FDA accepts Pozen application; smart grid firm Tantalus in Raleigh names COO; Apple faces $400M ebook settlement; Novartis earnings; and Visa launches new online payment system.
The pharmaceutical company's royalty revenue continues to rise and they expect a profitable year, but setbacks in drug candidates with the FDA have the company cutting staff in research and development to protect its balance sheet.
Domestic violence costs tech CEO his job; setback for Pozen; Duke's solar shines; new name for Cornerstone; Nokia picks CEO
In today's Bulldog blog tech and life science roundup, check out headline news from Cornerstone Therapeutics, Nokia, Pozen, Duke Energy and a tech exec who says he was fired because of a conviction for domestic violence.
Raleigh M2M firm sold; Metabolon's new deal; Red Hat expands 'cloud;' FDA nod for OxyBio; Pozen cuts losses; reboot costs TransEnterix
In today's Bullbog blog rounding up the latest tech and life science news: Raleigh-based Jazz Wireless is sold; Metabolon makes a deal with Craig Venter firm; Red Hat joins AWS GovCloud; Oxygen Biotherapeutics can advance research on brain treatment; Pozen cuts its losses; and TransEnterix losses mount as company reboots.
In the news: Alicia Keys and Blackberry; Pozen; Hyundai and Google Glass; Facebook suit; Google cartoon patent
Bulldog Blog: The latest technology news includes Blackberry parting ways with singer Alicia Keys; Hyundai offering Google Glass apps; Facebook faces a privacy suit over scanning of messages; and Google wins a patent for creating comic strips on social networks; Pozen promotes an executive.
Pozen will conduct a phase I trial comparing two dosages of its safer aspirin in order to answer FDA questions about its effects. Read more about the additional clinical study.
With a sales force already dedicated to selling an osteoarthritis drug, Horizon Pharma is better suited to selling Pozen's pain drug Vimovo. Read more about how Pozen benefits from the deal.
The key to the deal for Pozen is guaranteed minimum royalty payments for Vimovo, an osteo-arthritis drug, the Chapel Hill-based company says.
After landing Sanofi as a drug partner to commercialize its cardiovascular drug, Pozen is now pursuing a drug partner in cancer. Read why Pozen believes cancer is the next best opportunity for the company.
Is Pozen-AstraZeneca partnership unraveling? Firms amend sales-challenged arthritis drug Vimovo deal
Chapel-Hill based Pozen and AstraZeneca have amended their agreement on osteo-arthritis drug Vimovo, paving the way for what could be an unraveling of a drug partnership dating to 2006. Sales have disappointed both firms.
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Pozen believes that Sanofi is the best possible big pharma partner to sell its 'safer on the stomach' aspirin. Read how this drug will fits in Sanofi's drug portfolio.
While Pozen works on landing a drug partner to market its prospective new heart drug, it's now starting to look like Pozen might need global partners. Read more about the company's status.
AstraZeneca's decision to stop promoting arthritis drug Vimovo in key markets leaves drug partner Pozen figuring out its options for what is currently its top-selling product. What might the company do?
Shares plunged Wednesday after the Chapel Hill-based pharmaceutical firm discloses in its quarterly financial report that a big drug partner is going to stop selling the company's big money maker in the U.S. and parts of Europe. What does this mean for Pozen?
The Chapel Hill-based pharmaceutical firm discloses in its quarterly financial report that a big drug partner is going to stop selling the company's big money maker in the U.S. and parts of Europe. What does this mean for Pozen and its shareholders?