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J&J formally agrees to $2B sale of Cordis unit

Johnson & Johnson has formally accepted Cardinal Health's nearly $2 billion offer to buy its Cordis medical device unit, it said Thursday.

Japanese medical company has agreement to use cancer diagnostics firm's services

A Rutherford-based cancer diagnostics company has been chosen by a Japanese medical firm to provide next-generation gene sequencing services, it...

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StormRooms designed to be more than just emergency shelter

After spending almost two decades in the pharmaceutical industry, Vincent Cerio was looking for a change.

Cushman & Wakefield to handle leasing at Bristol-Myers complex

Cushman & Wakefield to handle leasing at Bristol-Myers complex

Commercial real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield said Thursday that it has been chosen as the exclusive leasing agent for the Bristol-Myers...

Cancer Genetics appoints chief technology officer in India

Cancer Genetics Inc., a DNA-based cancer diagnostics, announced Friday it has appointed Mandar Kulkarni as chief technology officer of Cancer...

Cranbury biotech company names chief scientific officer

Cranbury-based biotechnology firm VaxInnate Corporation announced recently that it has named a new chief scientific officer, among several...

Janssen expands collaboration with Rutgers with $6M in funding

Janssen Supply Chain has augmented its strategic partnership with the Rutgers University School of Engineering by providing more than $6 million. The...

Holy Name's work in Haiti just one example of extraordinary efforts by N.J. hospitals

Holy Name's work in Haiti just one example of extraordinary efforts by N.J. hospitals

After seeing firsthand the massive destruction the magnitude-7.0 earthquake had caused the country of Haiti in March 2010 … after observing...

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