Ipsen set to buy Merrimak’s cancer drugs in $1billion deal

French drugmaker Ipsen SA said on Monday it would buy some assets of Merrimack Pharmaceuticals Inc., including pancreatic cancer drug Onivyde, for up to $1 billion, barely a month after the U.S. company stopped a breast cancer drug trial. The deal would give Merrimack the resources to fund the development of three new compounds targeting… Read More Ipsen set to buy Merrimak’s cancer drugs in $1billion deal

Press Release Of MuvinBox over failed January 5th Kickoff

MuvinBox is an innovation to revolutionize the advertising industry to the benefits of car owners across the globe. Kicking off in Nigeria, a country besiege by economic crises, unemployment, companies mass layoff which as contribute to the crumbling economy to the once giant of Africa (which we hope will remain). MuvinBox aim to partner with… Read More Press Release Of MuvinBox over failed January 5th Kickoff

Over a dozen dead as herdsmen on killing spree in Nigeria

It was a horrible weekend of killings as the Adamawa State Police Command, on Sunday, confirmed the killing of three policemen and the disappearance of two others in an attack by suspected herdsmen in Demsa Local Government Area of the state. In Yobe State, suspected Boko Haram insurgents attacked the Nigerian Army Brigade, killing five… Read More Over a dozen dead as herdsmen on killing spree in Nigeria

Volswagen U.S. executive, Oliver Schmidt arrested on fraud charges

The Federal Bureau of Investigation arrested Volkswagen AG executive, Oliver Schmidt on charges of conspiracy to defraud the U.S. Schmidt, who headed the company’s regulatory compliance office in the U.S. from 2014 to March 2015, was arrested on Saturday by federal investigators in Florida, the newspaper said, citing people familiar with the matter. Schmidt is… Read More Volswagen U.S. executive, Oliver Schmidt arrested on fraud charges

Ex-U.S. drug executive, Martin Shkreli suspended from Twitter for harassing female journalist

Former U.S. drug executive Martin Shkreli, dubbed the “pharma bro” and vilified for raising the price of a lifesaving drug by 5,000 percent, was suspended by Twitter on Sunday for harassing a female journalist. Shkreli, a supporter of Republican President-elect Donald Trump, had dogged freelance reporter Lauren Duca, including sending her requests for dates, after… Read More Ex-U.S. drug executive, Martin Shkreli suspended from Twitter for harassing female journalist