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Drug Will Treat Crow’s Feet in Those Up to 65
A product developed by Allergan PLC’s medical aesthetics hub in Irvine has a new use in the fast-growing Japanese market.
San Clemente-based CareTrust REIT Inc. said today it bought four senior housing properties in Michigan.
Robert Grant is no longer the chief executive of Irvine-based Alphaeon Corp., a lifestyle healthcare company he founded three years ago.
HEALTHCARE: Combo to make both more competitive
It’s not yet clear how Abbott Laboratories’ pending $25 billion buy of St. Jude Medical Inc. will impact the latter’s Orange County operations.
Dallas-based Cerebain Biotech Corp. has moved its corporate headquarters from Dallas to Costa Mesa.
CandyBAR Delivers Images to Mobile Devices
Irvine-based Candy Lab, which has developed an augmented reality product intended to help businesses attract consumers, is one of eight companies selected by the Plug and Play Tech Center in Sunnyvale to pitch to venture capitalists, angel investors, and government officials in China.
Will Be Interviewed By Another Company Veteran
David Pyott, retired chief executive and chairman of Allergan Inc., now Allergan PLC, will be the headliner next month at the annual Ophthalmology Technology Summit put on by OCTANe, an Aliso Viejo-based booster group for life sciences and other forms of technology.
Mission Hospital today named Michael Beck chief administrative officer, a new position, for its Laguna Beach campus.
Allergan PLC has reorganized its business segments as it prepares to divest its generic drug unit.
Irvine-based HCP Inc. will spin off its HCR ManorCare skilled nursing and assisted living businesses into a separate, publicly traded real estate investment trust.
Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian today received a $7 million gift from Orange County philanthropists George and Julia Argyros to support its nursing program.
Irvine-based patient monitor maker Masimo Corp. today reported first-quarter results that outpaced Wall Street forecasts.
Shares of Laguna Hills-based Glaukos Corp. rose today on first-quarter results that beat expectations.
University of California-Irvine’s high-containment, biosafety level 3, training laboratory has been selected as the third facility in the country designated by the National Institutes of Health’s National Biosafety & Biocontainment Training Program to provide continuing education to professionals in a simulated setting.
Irvine-based Quality Systems Inc. will cut 150 jobs, or about 6% of its U.S. workforce, as part of an operational realignment.