St. Jude Medical Inc


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  • Feb 18- Medtronic Inc on Tuesday reported lower quarterly net earnings due to charges for the failed clinical study of a treatment being developed for high blood pressure. Excluding the charges and other one-time items, Medtronic earned 91 cents a share, in line with the analysts' average estimate, according to Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S.

  • Feb 4- Medtronic Inc's stumble in its U.S. medical device study to treat high blood pressure could create an opportunity for other device makers to pick up where their rival has left off, Boston Scientific Corp Chief Executive Mike Mahoney said on Tuesday.

  • Feb 4- Boston Scientific Corp on Tuesday reported higher-than-expected quarterly results, citing improving demand for its devices that manage irregular heart rhythms. Boston Scientific is also expected to benefit from the introduction of its S-ICD system.

  • Jude said it expected 2014 revenue in the range of $5.6 billion to $5.75 billion, and earnings of $3.94 to $3.99 per share. Jude said on Jan. 13 its fourth quarter had been better than expected and that it would report earnings of 97 cents to 99 cents per share, excluding restructuring costs and charges.

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    Jan 22- St. Jude Medical Inc on Wednesday reported a higher fourth-quarter profit, as it had indicated it would, and forecast growth in both earnings and revenue in 2014.. Jude on Jan. 13 said that the fourth quarter had been better than expected and that it would report earnings of 97 cents to 99 cents per share, excluding restructuring costs and charges.

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  • *Seeking U.S. partners, cites J&J, Medtronic, St Jude, Edwards. The French company is also seeking a partner in the United States to enter the world's largest healthcare market, and is in contact with Johnson& Johnson, Medtronic, St Jude Medical and Edwards Lifesciences, Marcello Conviti said.

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