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Amgen Inc. has successfully blocked Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc. and Sanofi from selling a competitor to its cholesterol drug Repatha.
Galpin Motors announced Thursday that the sports car VLF Rocket V8, formerly known as the Galpin Rocket, is in production at a Michigan speed shop.
Amgen Inc. on Monday announced that it has filed for market approval for its osteoporosis drug romosozumab in Japan.
Eco-friendly cleaning products developer Grab Green has received $2.5 million in a financing round from Stoneway Capital.
Strategic Partners Inc. has entered an agreement with a Japanese apparel manufacturer to produce Cherokee brand medical uniforms for sale in Japan.
Avery Dennison Corp. has agreed to acquire pressure-sensitive materials manufacturer Hanita Coatings RCA Ltd.
Vitamin manufacturer Natrol on Nov. 28 announced the appointment of Tom Zimmerman as its new chief executive.
Capstone Turbine Corp. said it will cut expenses by changing its audit firm and bringing in-house the investor relations functions.
Teledyne Technologies Inc. has announced that it acquired Hanson Research Corp., a developer and manufacturer of instruments used in the pharmaceutical industry.
Ten months after its unveiling, the space vehicle VSS Unity completed its first free flight on Saturday at the Mojave Air & Spaceport in the Antelope Valley.
Shares of California Resources Corp. (CRC) soared 44 percent Wednesday as hopes of higher prices revived the entire oil sector.
Cherokee Inc. will acquire footwear maker Hi-Tec Sports International Holdings B.V. for $96 million, the company announced on Monday
Hydrogen leak detection equipment manufacturer H2Scan Corp. has named Michael Allman as its new chief executive.
The share price of California Resources Corp. rose nearly 20 percent Tuesday on higher prices for crude oil and news that billionaire George Soros increased his stake in the company.
Consumer electronics manufacturer Samsung Electronics will acquire audio products developer Harman International Industries Inc. in a deal valued at $8 billion.