Burroughs Inc. Thursday announced a software distributor agreement with Sullivan, Ill.-based Jaguar Software Development Inc. to sell and distribute its MirrorImage suite of application modules which can be configured to handle different item processing environments in the financial industry.
Esperion Therapeutics Inc. (Nasdaq: ESPR), the Plymouth-based developer of new drugs to lower cholesterol levels in the blood, announced that the underwriters of its recently completed initial public offering have exercised in full their option to purchase an additional 750,000 shares of common stock from Esperion to cover over-allotments.
PLYMOUTH — For the second time, a Michigan company called Esperion Therapeutics is selling stock to the public. Esperion Wednesday announced a $14-a-share price for an initial public offering of 5 million shares. Esperion is […]
Esperion Therapeutics Inc. Friday announced “positive” results from a Phase 2a clinical study of its product candidate ETC-1002 in patients with high cholesterol and a history of bad reactions to existing statin drugs.
Thirty-two new charter schools that meet “very specific educational needs” are scheduled to open in Michigan this fall.
The Plymouth-based cholesterol drug developer Esperion Therapeutics Inc. has filed for an initial public stock offering with the federal Securities and Exchange Commission. Esperion is seeking to raise up to $70 million.
Esperion Therapeutics’ proposed new cholesterol-busting drug cut the level of low-density lipoprotein, the so-called bad choleterol, up to 43 percent in a Phase 2 test of diabetic patients.
Rofin-Sinar Technologies Inc., the industrial laser maker with headquarters in Plymouth and in Hamburg, Germany, reported net income of $7.4 million or 26 cents a share in its second fiscal quarter ended March 31, down 6 percent from $8 million or 28 cents a share in the same quarter a year earlier.
Authorities in Plymouth are currently working to fix a water main that burst early Tuesday morning.
Advaita, a Plymouth-based biotechnology startup spun out of Wayne State University, is one of 25 companies selected to participate in the new Michigan I-Corps program starting in May.