LATEST NEWS: Microsoft unveils first laptop, updated devices using Windows 10 - (Reuters) - Microsoft Corp unveiled on Tuesday its first laptop, a line of Lumia smartphones, a new Surface Pro tablet and an updated version of its wearable fitness tracker, Microsoft Band, all running on Windows 10, its latest operating system.
LATEST NEWS: AmerisourceBergen to buy PharMEDium for $2.58 billion - (Reuters) - Drug distributor AmerisourceBergen Corp agreed to buy PharMEDium Healthcare Holdings Inc for $2.58 billion from private equity firm Clayton, Dubilier & Rice, expanding its business of supplying compounded drugs to hospitals.
LATEST NEWS: Roche says data shows Cotellic combination therapy effective - ZURICH (Reuters) - Swiss drugmaker Roche said final survival data from a Phase III clinical trial showed the Cotellic drug used in combination with Zelboraf helped people with previously untreated BRAF V600 mutation-positive advanced melanoma live significantly longer compared to Zelboraf alone.
LATEST NEWS: Colorado marijuana users sue grower over fungicide - DENVER (Reuters) - Two Colorado marijuana users have sued a cannabis grower claiming a "patently dangerous" agricultural fungicide that becomes poisonous when ignited was applied without their knowledge to pot plants they later smoked, court documents showed on Monday.
LATEST NEWS: FDA asks duodenoscopes makers to study success of cleaning guide - (Reuters) - The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has ordered three Japanese manufacturers of duodenoscopes to conduct studies to evaluate how the devices are being used, as part of its effort to prevent the transmission of infections through the device.
LATEST NEWS: Alkermes' schizophrenia drug Aristada gets FDA nod - (Reuters) - The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Monday approved Alkermes Plc's longer-acting injectable version of blockbuster schizophrenia pill Abilify, making the treatment available in two doses.
LATEST NEWS: Sports Direct staff made 80 calls for ambulances: BBC - (Reuters) - Staff at Sports Direct International Plc, afraid they would be fired for taking sick leave, made more than 80 calls to ambulances from the British company's headquarters over a two-year period, the BBC reported on Monday.