Medical supply maker Gerresheimer has dropped out of the bidding process for Rexam's healthcare unit, while private equity firms such as Bain and KKR are still in the race, according to local reports. FULL ARTICLE AT Unquote.com
In its third round of venture funding, medical device company Xlumena Inc. raised $25 million.
The Mountain View company, led by CEO Greg Patterson, makes endoscopic devices.
Third Point LLC led the round and put Jason Hong on Xlumena's ... FULL ARTICLE AT San Jose Business Journal
Today, President Obama’s new Web startup, healthcare.gov, is supposed to work better. How much better is a little hard to pin down. Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius says, “We are definitely on track to have ... FULL ARTICLE AT Arkansas Online
Medina Medical, a stealthy neurovascular device company run by a woman who was Google employee No. 28, disclosed on Tuesday it raised about half of an $8 million funding round.
The Menlo Park company was cofounded by CEO Kim Vogle ... FULL ARTICLE AT Business First of Columbus
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