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Saline supply hamstrung by Puerto Rico disaster

Saline supply hamstrung by Puerto Rico disaster

By Alex Kacik  |  October 04, 2017

The natural disaster in Puerto Rico has knocked out the manufacturing capacity for small volumes of sodium chloride and dextrose at one of two major suppliers. That could send a ripple effect throughout the U.S. healthcare industry.

Here's how much Baxalta's chief made last year

By Kristen Schorsch, Crain's Chicago Business  |  March 04, 2016

Baxalta President and CEO Ludwig Hantson received almost $19 million in 2015 for running a company that was not even a year old.

Baxter cutting 1,400 jobs worldwide

By Crain's Chicago Business  |  October 27, 2015

Baxter International said Tuesday that it's cutting about 1,400 jobs worldwide. The cuts represent 5% of the Deerfield, Ill.-based company's non-manufacturing payroll.

Devicemakers step up lobbying to kill ACA tax

Devicemakers step up lobbying to kill ACA tax

By Paul Demko  |  March 07, 2015

While most healthcare stakeholders have slowed their spending on Washington lobbying, one sector has cranked up the pressure—the medical-device industry.

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