The company posted to its website an announcement that it has received an Establishment Inspection Report (EIR) from the FDA for its Ohm Laboratories facility in New Brunswick, NJ. The company did not reveal what the report said, but investors took it as a signal that the plant was cleared and the company's shares were up more than 3% on the news.
Dendreon, still trying to claw its way back to financial security, has found a buyer for its Provenge manufacturing plant in New Jersey. Novartis has agreed to buy the facility for $43 million and take on 100 of its employees.
Roche's decision to shut down its longtime U.S. hub in Nutley, NJ, is causing some serious heartache there.
A New Jersey appellate court may have just negated more than 150 lawsuits over hormone replacement therapy. The panel ruled last week that Pfizer ($PFE) can't be sued by two women who claim that HRT
New Jersey is building talent networks around seven industry sectors that are leading the state's economy. Among them: life sciences, advanced manufacturing, and logistics and distribution. Workforce
New Jersey officials, including Governor Chris Christie, have cheered Bayer HealthCare Pharmaceuticals' decision to consolidate operations in that state--a move that comes thanks in part to $35
Bayer HealthCare gave New Jersey a boost with its decision to consolidate East Coast operations there. The move will keep 1,000 jobs in the state and add up to 500 more, according to an announcement
New Jersey is joining the queue of states mulling a harder line on drug marketing. The state's attorney general is asking state agencies to crack down on pharma gifts and free meals given to doctors.
Spread the word: Roche is hiring 70 scientists over the next year for its new research center in Nutley, NJ, which is exploring new drugs for cancer, asthma and arthritis. The Star-Ledger reports
More on the economic fallout of pharma consolidation. New Jersey real estate types are concerned that big mergers will throw big blocks of vacant space--from office suites to manufacturing