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The worst seems over for Teva

Teva Pharmaceuticals last week announced it has obtained the FDA approval for Ajovy (Fremanezumab) for migraine prevention. The news boosted its shares. Indeed, many analysts expect the drug to generate annual sales up to $1bn (2021). Teva’s shares rose over…

Teva’s Medis to be sold soon ($500m)

Reuters has reported that Teva’s Medis’ division developing generic drugs on behalf of third parties, headquartered in Island, is drawing interest from private equities. Teva could soon receive the first offers, expected to be of approximately $500m, according to the…

FDA approves Teva’s Ajovy (migraine)

Teva Pharmaceuticals yesterday announced that FDA has approved Ajovy (fremanezumab) for the prevention of migraine. Ajovy is an anti-peptide monoclonal antibody that binds to calcitonin gene-related peptide (CGRP), designed for episodic migraine and chronic migraine prevention in adults. Fremanezumab is…

FDA approves EpiPen’s generic developed by Teva, shares soar

FDA yesterday approved the generic to Mylan’s EpiPen, developed by Teva Pharmaceuticals. EpiPen is an epinephrine pre-filled syringe, to be used in case of anaphylactic shock. It is a blockbuster worth $1.5bn. Mylan’s price policy has resulted in price increases…

Teva implements impressive recovery strategy

The thorough restructuring imposed by new CEO Käre Schultz is yielding results. This is clear from the fact that, since Schultz’s appointment as CEO, Teva (Nasdaq) shares have risen 115% on the stock exchange. Moreover, Goldman Sachs’s analysts have improved…

Perrigo postpones launch of generic to Teva’s ProAir

Perrigo has announced it expects the US authorities to reject an approval to the generic copy of Teva’s asthma inhaler ProAir, adding that it is unlikely that the product will be marketed in Q4 2018, as previously predicted. The company…

Teva CFO describes short-term financial targets

Israel-based pharmaceutical group Teva has announced the group’s Q1 financial results, which have positively surprised investors, exceeding their expectations. They have especially been satisfied with new CEO Kare Schultz to keep his promises about price cuts–indeed, Teva is apparently making…

Teva terminates JV with P&G

Teva Pharmaceutical has announced it has terminated the PGT Healthcare with Procter & Gamble, established in 2011 in order to market OTCs (Over-The-Counter drugs). The decision immediately follows the $4.2bn acquisition of Merck KGaA’s Consumer Health division by P&G. Teva’s…

Major restructuring with staff cuts in US for Teva

The Kansas City Business Journal has reported that Teva is in talks with Orlando, Florida-based biotech AssistRX to sell its Overland Park Patient Services & Solutions unit. The arm employs 200 people and provides support to patients with Parkinson’s disease…

Good news for Teva at last: generic to Lialda launched

Good news are coming from Teva at last: the Israeli-based pharmaceutical group has announced it has launched the generic version of Lialda (mesalamine) 1.2g in the US. Mesalamine is indicated for the treatment of ulcerative colitis, a disorder affecting over…

Teva CFO describes business rationalization plan

Teva Pharmaceuticals CFO Michael McClellan has met investors at the annual meeting organized by Cowen & Co. in Boston. On the occasion McClellan has announced that his group plans to interrupt its NTE plan, started by the former CEO Jeremy…

Face to face comparison Teva and Merck KGaA

Israel-based daily Globes yesterday published an article comparing Merck KGaA’s and Teva’s strategies.  The analysis focuses on the events from 2012 onwards, as Merck Serono–a subsidiary of Merck’s–closed down its oncology R&D center in Geneva, dismissing 580 employees. The decision…

Hardship not to end for Teva: guidance for 2018 cut down

The negative momentum seems to never end for Teva. The company’s shares today decreased by almost 10% (Wall Street) as the Israeli group’s management announced a forecast downgrade for 2018, despite a drastic price cut plan that resulted in 14,000…

US groups stronger and more competitive thanks to fiscal reform

The JP Morgan Healthcare Conference, which has just ended in San Francisco, has given analysts an opportunity to analyze the different views of big pharma companies’ CEOs . The fiscal reform proposed by the Trump administration has been a widely-debated…

Teva discloses new details on job cuts and shares soar

Teva CEO Kare Schultz has announced the group’s strategy for the next months. The newly-appointed chief executive is focusing on improving the company’s profitability, even risking a decrease in revenues–contrarily to the previous management’s approach. Additionally, Schultz has confirmed that…

Novartis exploring sale of part of Sandoz USA ($2-3bn)

Novartis is allegedly planning to divest part of Sandoz’s US assets for a total of approximately $2-3bn. The businesses on sale reportedly include the dermatology unit, with a minimum estimated value of $1.5bn, plus other assets with products that the…

Acquisition of Ignyta fetches almost $100m to Teva from Roche

Israel-based Teva has unexpectedly received a cash injection as Roche has acquired Ignyta for $1.7bn, thanks to Teva owning 5% of the American biotech’s shares. Teva sold to Ignyta the rights to four cancer drugs in March 2015, in return…

Topaz brothers (Ham-Let) targeting Teva Medical division

Shmuel and Dan Topaz, brothers and owners of Ham-Let industrial group, have announced they are willing to acquire Teva’s division specialized in medical devices. The news was reported by the newspaper Haaretz, which added that the Topaz brothers already have…

FDA accepts BLA for Teva’s fremanezumab

Teva Pharmaceutical today has announced that FDA has accepted its BLA (Biologics License Application) for fremanezumab, an anti-CGRP monoclonal antibody for the preventive treatment of migraine. Additionally, the Administration has granted Fast Track Designation to the product for the prevention…

Teva launches Viagra generic in US

Viagra was approved by FDA in 1998 and has fetched Pfizer billions of dollars worldwide since then. Considering the 2003-2014 period, Viagra’s total revenue is $21.975bn, that is $1.83bn per year on average. Viagra is sold at $65 in the…

The dreaded announcement: Teva to cut 14,000 jobs globally

Teva today announced in a rather gloomy announcement, two hours before trading opened in Europe, a plan to dismiss 14,000 employees globally, that is 25% of the Israeli’s group workforce. Teva will contact the employees requested to leave over the…

New rumors about massive layoffs in Teva

New rumors about Teva planning to dismiss 10,000 employees within the next two years are circulating. The move would ensure a price cut of approximately $1.5bn. Teva has 57,000 employees worldwide, 24,000 of which in Europe and 6,800 in Israel….