MichBio announced that it has formed a Medical Devices, Technology & Manufacturing Committee to enhance its representation and resource capacity for this important biosciences industry sector.
The Kalamazoo medical equipment maker Stryker Corp. reported net sales of $2.2 billion in the fourth quarter, up 11 percent from a year earlier. Net income was $401 million or $1.05 a share, up 36 percent from $295 million or 74 cents a share a year earlier.
Sentio LLC, a medical device company, has opened a new research and development center in Southfield.
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The Ann Arbor medical device firm Hygieia has secured $1.5 million in investment capital from Oakwood Medical Investors, a physician-managed venture fund in St. Louis, Mo.
A longtime Detroit-area business consulting firm has added a health care practice and hired a veteran of the industry to lead its efforts among pharmaceutical and medical device companies
Oakland County Michigan’s Medical Main Street will gain national and international exposure as it sells Oakland County as a medical device manufacturing center and a life science destination at the BiomeDevice Show in Boston on Wednesday and Thursday
Open Prairie Ventures, a leading venture capital firm providing equity to early-stage agricultural technology and medical device companies throughout the Midwest, Thursday announced the expansion of its operations to Kalamazoo
Stryker Corp., the Kalamazoo medical device maker, announced this week that its board of directors has declared a quarterly dividend of 18 cents a share.
The Kalamazoo medical device maker Stryker Corp. (NYSE: SYK) said its sales rose 8.6 percent to $1.995 billion in the fourth quarter, and 7.8 percent $7.32 billion for the full year 2010. Net income fell […]