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Wall Street-Savvy Cybercriminals Target Pharma: Have You Been Hacked?

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A new report from U.S. security firm FireEye says that a cybercriminal group known as FIN4 has been stealing data from more than 100 organizations, mainly targeting publicly traded health care, pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, to gain insider knowledge to manipulate the stock market.

Public/Private Collaboration Advances Manufacturing’s Future

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Great minds plus advanced technologies combine to create a better “cookie”

Monitoring Sample Stores for a Manufacturer

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Grant SQ2020 Squirrel Series Data Logger helps streamline QC

Biopharma's Growing Momentum

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Gaining both mass and velocity, Biopharma is an industry on the move

QA/QC Labs and Smart Infrastructure Equal End-to-End Quality by Design

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There’s far more to becoming a paperless lab than simply eschewing paper. An integrated informatics solution is the engine that drives quality product release and a culture of continual process improvement.

Highly Potent Technical Transfer and Commercial Manufacturing

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This case study demonstrates how a commercial manufacturing partnership between a pharmaceutical contract manufacturer and a large pharmaceutical company resulted in the establishment of a high volume process for Highly Potent Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients.

Cingulate Therapeutics Signs with Catalent to Develop ADHD Treatments

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The companies reached an agreement for a series of new prescription pharmaceutical products for the treatment of ADHD using Catalent’s OSDrC OptiDose drug delivery platform

Energy Efficiency Makeover Yields Utility Incentive Rewards

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GSK’s energy efficiency retrofits and enhancements return $2 million to the company’s coffers

Leaning the Quality Control Laboratory

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While lean has been used extensively in many discrete and process manufacturing industries, laboratories have lagged behind in applying lean principles -- but they are starting to catch up

FDA Approves New Obesity Drug; Takeda Staffs Up Reps

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Last Wednesday, the FDA approved the new obesity drug, Contrave, developed by Orexigen Therapeutics and marketed by Takeda Pharmaceuticals.

Xellia Pharma Commits to $100M U.S. Manufacturing Facility Expansion

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Denmark-based Xellia Pharmaceuticals will invest $100 million in the expansion of its newly-purchased Raleigh, North Carolina manufacturing plant and create 40 new full-time jobs.

Physicians Side with Big Pharma in Biosimilar Name Debate

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10 medical societies and a physicians’ group have sent a letter to the FDA requesting that the agency require biosimilars to have distinct names from brand-name biologics.

A Tale of Two IT Implementations

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In pursuit of the “best of times” business operations-wise, Pfizer and Ferring implement information technologies ready to meet current and future challenges

What's Trending in Pharma IT?

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Operational transparency and optimized processes from lab to plant floor to executive suite and back are driving IT investments

Supply Chain Security Breaches Increase Regulatory Scrutiny, Says Dow Corning

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OEMs must comply with additional regulatory requirements

With Biologics Leading, Regenerative Medicine Market is Expected to Reach ...

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According to a new market research report "Global Regenerative Medicine Market (Technology, Applications, Geography) - Industry Analysis, Trends, Opportunities and Forecast, 2013-2020," the global regenerative medicine market will reach $67.6 billion by 2020.

Welcome to America! Danish Pharma’s Xellia Expands Manufacturing in the U.S.

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The deal, says Xellia, includes a continuous manufacturing and supply agreement with Fresenius Kabi

Pursuing Solid-Dose-Processing Quality

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Complexity and lean staff often create a non-compliant operational culture; fortunately there are ways to fight the malaise

Hospira Acquires Indian API Facility

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Hospira’s new manufacturing facility in Aurangabad, India, employs approximately 665 chemists, engineers and technicians

Innovation Is Often a Journey

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Technology offers a path to achieve operational and competitive leadership, but it’s in the application that drives true innovation

Funny Pharm: You Write the Caption & Win: July 2014

"Funny Pharm" features drawings by award-winning cartoonist Jerry King. Submit your caption and win!

Control System Upgrade Delivers Peace of Mind

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Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals recently completed a control system upgrade at its bulk active pharmaceutical ingredients (API) plant in St. Louis, Mo.

Novasep Commissions $5.5 million Plant Extension

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Additional Commercial ADC payload manufacturing now ready

AntriaBio to Site AB101 Manufacture in Colorado

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Company plans to deploy acquired PR Pharmaceuticals’ idle process equipment at the new facility

Shire Announces Acquisition of Lumena Pharmaceuticals

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Shire adds to rare disease portfolio, bringing late stage compounds for rare GI/hepatic conditions

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