Stocks Baxter International Inc

  • DEERFIELD, Ill. _ Baxter International Inc. on Tuesday reported first-quarter earnings of $3.38 billion. The average estimate of eight analysts surveyed by Zacks Investment Research was for earnings of 29 cents per share. Four analysts surveyed by Zacks expected $2.34 billion.

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  • An agreement would successfully end Dublin- based Shire's five-month pursuit of Bannockburn, Illinois- based Baxalta and create one of the world's leading specialists in rare diseases. Baxalta's board rejected an all-stock offer from Shire in August, saying it had significantly undervalued the company. Baxalta shares were up 4.4 percent at $39.74 in...

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  • Dec 8- The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Tuesday approved Baxalta Inc's Vonvendi, making it the first engineered protein-based treatment for the world's most common inherited bleeding disorder. Baxalta, spun off from Baxter International Inc earlier this year, develops biotech treatments for rare blood conditions, cancers and immune system...

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  • Nov 13- The U.S. Food and Drug Administration said on Friday it approved Baxalta Inc's drug for use in patients with a type of rare bleeding disorder. Baxalta, which also owns Advate, said the drug is the world's most prescribed hemophilia treatment. Baxalta, spun off from Baxter International Inc earlier this year, developed Adynovate in partnership with Nektar...

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    Shire, the specialty pharma company, may need to find an antidote for a poison pill before it can win shareholders in Baxalta over to its $30bn bid.

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