San Diego spinal implant maker NuVasive (NASDAQ: NUVA) posted first-quarter financial results yesterday that exceeded analysts’ estimates for both revenue and earnings. But the first three months of 2015 also turned out to be an especially busy quarter for the... Read more »
When San Diego-based NuVasive (NASDAQ: NUVA) disclosed the sudden departure of chairman and CEO Alex Lukianov about four weeks ago, a NuVasive spokeswoman said it was unrelated to a two-year investigation of NuVasive by the Office of Inspector General (OIG)... Read more »
One of East Coast biotech’s preeminent dealmakers was on the march this week: it agreed to one buyout, nabbed an option for another one, invested in an emerging field of science, and expanded its marriage with a high-flying partner—all before reporting... Read more »
Aver Informatics, which disappointed Wisconsin startup advocates when it moved its headquarters to Ohio last year, appears to be thriving in its new digs.
Aver raised $8.5 million in Series A money from Drive Capital and GE Ventures last May. Three... Read more »
As healthcare costs rise and doctor shortages loom, local technology companies are ramping up development of software to make physicians and treatment more accessible to patients nationwide.
TouchCare, a Durham, NC-based startup, launched an Android-compatible version of its telemedicine mobile app earlier... Read more »
Back in 1989, an American home protection company named LifeCall began saturating daytime television with ads featuring an elderly woman who uses a pendant device to call a dispatcher, declaring, “I’ve fallen… and I can’t get up!”
The melodramatic cry became... Read more »
The numbers are quickly growing for Blueprint Health.
Some four years into its existence, Blueprint—the New York City-based healthtech startup incubator—has now helped launch 60 companies. That includes the seven that debuted on Friday at the latest Blueprint demo day... Read more »
Here’s a collection of recent announcements from Wisconsin’s technology and innovation community:
—Cellular Dynamics International (NASDAQ: ICEL) has reached a proposed settlement in three similar class-action lawsuits challenging the Madison-based company’s proposed $307 million sale to Tokyo-based Fujifilm, according to... Read more »
In a way, it will be more of the same for New Enterprise Associates (NEA)—just with a hefty addition to its war chest to work with.
Early Wednesday morning, the venture capital firm announced it closed on $2.8 billion in committed... Read more »