The company will close its manufacturing and distribution facilities in Huntsville, Ala.
HOUSTON (AP) - In an innovative blow to illicit internet commerce, cyberpolice shut down the world's leading "darknet" marketplace - then quietly seized a second bazaar to amass intelligence on illicit drug merchants and buyers.
The company said Wednesday it will sell its Horlicks drinks brand in the U.K., close a manufacturing site in Slough, England, and cut about 320 manufacturing jobs there.
Wesley Enhanced Living, of Warminster, plans to spend $30 million on renovations at its Philadelphia-area senior-living communities, including $15 million at its Main Line campus in Media.
"TRI merging into PHMC creates great opportunity for the development of research and scientific-based programs that treat substance-use disorders," said PHMC president and chief executive Richard J. Cohen.
The insurer plans a significant reimbursement cut to doctors starting Aug. 1 due to area doctors' overuse of a particular code for unanticipated services provided during a visit.
With a number of acquisitions and new product approvals, Johnson & Johnson looked beyond a dip in second-quarter profit and raised its outlook for the year.
Teva Pharmaceuticals has sued a former employee, alleging misappropriation of its trade secrets and confidential information to benefit a rival generic-drug company.
Endo will remove its extended-release opioid pain medication Opana ER from the market. The drug had sales of nearly $159 million last year.
A Mount Laurel nursing home whose Medicare agreement was canceled June 16 will remain open while a new owner seeks certification.
Virtua's board picked an executive from Baltimore to head South Jersey's largest health system.
Private insurance coverage could help rehabilitate the reputation of methadone maintenance.
The Republican governor, who has sought to tap the reserves of the state's largest insurer to pay for drug treatment for the poor and uninsured, drew attention to fines levied by the state against Horizon.
The Kennett Square company said last summer that it had reached a preliminary agreement to settle the allegations of improper billing.
Eric M. Green started his career as a chemist, but it wasn't long before he was promoted into management positions.