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Merck To Relocate Its Headquarters

Posted by Jim Menoutis on Wed, Oct 10, 2012 @ 01:18 PM

Since 1992, Merck has called  Whitehouse Station, NJ home to its corporate headquarters. Now followings its merger with Schering Plough in 2009, it has decided to close and shutter the facility, relocating its headquarters and some  2,00 employees and contractors to new digs scattered around New Jersey. And the company is billing the move as a sign of its increasing corporate.

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Topics: Roche, USP, Generic Version, Merck, Merck R&D, Merck Whitehouse Station, Generics, Life science research, Merck to Move, Sanofi

Teva Pulls Generic Version of Wellbutrin XL From U.S. Market

Posted by Jim Menoutis on Fri, Oct 05, 2012 @ 02:31 PM

Teva Pharmaceuticals is pulling its generic version of Wellbutrin XL. After extended testing, the FDA has determined that Teva's generic isn't equivalent to the branded drug. And now, the FDA is requiring other generics companies to test whether their own versions of Wellbutrin XL are acceptable (read Bloomberg story).

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Topics: Generic Version, Generics, FDA, Teva, Wellburtin XL, Budeprion XL