PRINCETON, N.J. & NEW YORKBristol-Myers Squibb Company and Pfizer today announced that the companies are planning to submit an application for regulatory approval of apixaban in Europe for the prevention of venous thromboembolism after orthopedic surgery in the first half of 2010.
ORLANDO, Fla.The Henin Group, developers of the Riviera Bella luxury community overlooking the St. Johns River in DeBary, and Henin Realty have relocated to new offices on Annie Street in downtown Orlando. Jerome Henin, founder and president of Henin Realty, said the new offices in downtown Orlando provide more space ...
ORLANDO, Fla.Ashton Woods Homes will start construction of 12 new town homes at Wickham Park, located on Overstreet Rd. north of C.R. 535 in Windermere. Michael Roche, vice president of sales and marketing for Ashton Woods Homes in the Orlando region, said construction will get underway within the next 30 ...
WASHINGTONFederal officials said Monday small business owners should be prepared to operate with fewer employees this fall as swine flu spreads across the country.
Vice President Joe Biden on Tuesday made an unannounced visit to Baghdad to discuss with Iraqi leaders the political reconciliation of tribal factions and autonomous regions following the removal of U.S. troops from the nation’s cities and villages in June.
The Federal Reserve’s bold steps to prevent the banking industry from collapsing last year have injected new dangers into the financial system.
Islandia-based CA Inc. said Monday it will acquire privately held NetQoS, a a computer network management company, for $200 million.
THE Reserve Bank has added weight to financial market expectations that official interest rates would not be increased next month, saying it was yet to be convinced the economy was on a sustainable growth course.
Rich Americans who have evaded taxes by hiding their foreign holdings have about a week to decide whether to turn themselves in to an Internal Revenue Service amnesty program or gamble that they will not be caught.
Glimcher Realty Trust said Monday it has commenced an offer to sell $80 million worth of its common shares in a public sale.
MEDICAL centres operator and diagnostics provider Primary Health Care is seeking to raise up to $200 million through issuing new shares to help reduce the company’s debt.
A “summer of scandal” has shaken people’s confidence and it’s time Ontario’s Liberal government was held accountable for expense abuses and untendered contracts given to consultants, the opposition parties charged Monday on the first day of the fall session.
Troubled banking giant Citigroup is seeking to scale back the massive stake the government acquired in the company over the past year, according to reports published Tuesday.
Citigroup Inc. is reportedly considering a plan in which the Treasury Department would sell part of its holdings in the bank, while the bank would issue new shares to the public.
President Barack Obama’s call for Wall Street to embrace his vision to tighten regulations in the financial services industry generally is endorsed by Utahns laboring in the state’s banks, brokerage houses and other businesses.
China’s central bank People s Bank of China said it will drain 50 billion yuan from the money market on Tuesday through 28 day bond repurchase agreements.
Since the beginning of the downturn, issuers have created several new premium cards that come with fees and extra services.