Supplier News Breaks Archives
Asset management firm The Carlyle Group has completed its $4 billion acquisition of nutritional supplements maker and marketer NBTY Inc.
Mylan Inc. has launched bupropion hydrochloride extended-release tablets, indicated for the treatment of depression.
Diabetes care provider Novo Nordisk is joining UnitedHealth Group's Diabetes Prevention and Control Alliance, a national partnership that provides access to community- and evidence-based interventions to help prevent and control diabetes, prediabetes and obesity.
BDI Pharma Inc., a national distributor of biotech therapies, has formed a specialty pharmaceuticals partnership with Pharmacy First/Wholesale Alliance LLC, a retail pharmacy and regional wholesaler group.
Abbott next month plans to ship RevitaLens Ocutec, a next-generation multipurpose disinfecting solution for silicone hydrogel and conventional soft contact lenses.
GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) has teamed with soccer star Mia Hamm on a national campaign to remind adults about the importance of vaccinations as part of a strategy to promote healthy living.
The Interceptas platform by Accertify Inc. has been adopted by Walgreen Co. for thwarting online credit-card fraud in the drug store chain's e-commerce business.
Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc. announced that it has completed its merger with Biovail Corp. after shareholders of both companies approved the agreement.
Endo Pharmaceuticals has entered into an agreement to buy generic drug maker Qualitest Pharmaceuticals for about $1.2 billion in cash.
L'Oreal USA has signed award-winning actress Julianna Margulies as a new brand ambassador.
Nestle is forming a new food unit focused on health and wellness that the company said will enable it develop personalized nutrition products that can help manage chronic conditions.
This month Rite Aid is slated to begin carrying TheraMax homeopathic nasal sprays from TheraBiogen Inc.
The Consumer Healthcare Products Association (CHPA) has tapped Scott Melville as its new president.
United Kingdom-based consumer products giant Unilever plans to buy hair care and skin care manufacturer Alberto Culver Co. for $3.7 billion in cash.