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SE said Thursday that second-quarter net profit jumped 12%, boosted by its industrial and specialty chemicals division, despite a deteriorating global economic outlook and heightened geopolitical risks. Net profit in the quarter rose to 1.3 billion ($
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34am EDT The logo of Germany's largest drugmaker Bayer is pictured in Leverkusen April 26, 2014. DE ) faces its first law suits in the United States over anti-clotting drug Xarelto, one of its top five medicines, the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung
SE is considering alliances with technology companies to strengthen the chemical maker's push into data services for farmers, senior executives said Thursday.
German drugmaker Bayer AG said on Tuesday its chief executive Marijn Dekkers is to step down at the end of 2016 for family reasons and the group's chief financial officer is moving over later this year to take charge of strategy to ensure continuity.
The division, which makes products that help treat blood flow issues, makes sense as a bolt-on to Boston Scientific's peripheral interventional division. As the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports, this will give Boston roughly 40% share in the
The near-daily announcements of corporate megadeals is also very encouraging, as it means "companies are feeling confident in the stock market, not just to buy their own stock but stocks of other companies," Mr. Weeple said. "Corporate activity is a
SE is evaluating plans to spend more than $1.4 billion to build a propylene plant somewhere along the Gulf Coast...The world's largest chemical company said the plant would be its single largest investment ever. It didn't give details about where it
The company added it was looking into investing more than 1 billion euros in a propylene complex on the US Gulf Coast to take advantage of the cheap shale gas there, which would be the group's largest single-plant investment.
The film, an auto-biopic, was realized and self-financed by real life-astrologer Craig Denny, released in 1975 and rarely seen since. Now, the American Genre Film Archive, along with board members Paul Thomas Anderson and Nicholas Winding Refn, are