Made in America
AP Business Writer
More from Tom Murphy
How to Ease the Pain of Physical Inventory Counts
This new white paper tells you the key inventory count challenges that companies are dealing with and shows you how to ease the pain using a unified, cloud ERP solution.
Apr 5th, 2021
Lilly Stays Confident in Possible COVID Drug After Setback
The drugmaker maintains that its drug may stop COVID from developing in other patients.
Oct 27th, 2020
Outbreak Prompts Push to Telemedicine
Americans have been slow to embrace virtual care, but that may be changing.
Mar 23rd, 2020
Purdue Begins Bankruptcy Journey
Initial proceedings begin today for the OxyContin maker that filed for bankruptcy and negotiated a potential multi-billion dollar settlement.
Sep 17th, 2019
Eli Lilly to Sell Cheaper Insulin
The initial list price will be 50 percent lower than Humalog's current rate of about $275 per vial.
Mar 5th, 2019
Drugmaker Rebates May Reach Consumers
Aetna and UnitedHealthcare both say they will begin passing rebates they get from drugmakers along to some customers starting next year.
Apr 11th, 2018
Eli Lilly Cuts 3,500 Jobs
The company hopes to streamline by closing some facilities and moving production.
Sep 8th, 2017
Pfizer Won't Split in Two
The maker of Viagra and the pain treatment Lyrica has been talking about a split for several years, thinking that two companies might grow faster than one.
Sep 26th, 2016
Mylan Launching Cheaper EpiPen
The company, embroiled in criticism over its recent price hikes, has announced a generic version of the allergy treatment that is half the cost.
Aug 29th, 2016
Pfizer Buying Medivation for $14B
The acquisition of the cancer drug company will add a pricey late-stage prostate cancer treatment to its portfolio.
Aug 22nd, 2016
Abbott to Buy St. Jude for $25B
The acquisition will blend St. Jude's pacemaker and implantable defibrillator business with Abbott's focus on artery-opening stents and heart repair products.
Apr 29th, 2016