Note: there will be no Impactiviti Daily for the remainder of this week, as I’ll be away at a conference…
Biotech: finally profitable – The biotechnology industry is finally profitable, according to a new report out today from Ernst & Young. The report states that biotech companies in the world’s largest hubs — the United States, Europe, Canada and Australia — achieved collective profitability in 2009, marking the first year the industry has ever crossed into the black. The companies in those regions posted an aggregate net profit of $3.7 billion in 2009, compared to a net loss of $1.8 billion in 2008…more
Making quite a living as a pharma whistleblower – drug rep hits the legal lottery twice.
Merck to close three NJ facilities – not a big surprise, post-merger with Schering.
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