Vivus: A Speculative Play Just Got A Little More Speculative The company was never able to partner that drug and subsequent to its launch saw generic applications filed with the FDA for Stendra ... If the company wins its lawsuits, it would have a much better chance at negotiating its debt. A major debt holder ... 06/22/2016 - 1:13 am | View Link
Instant pleasure: Vivus ED pill wins faster-acting 'on demand' label The FDA on Thursday approved a revised label for Vivus' erectile dysfunction pill Stendra. Auxilium, which won marketing rights to Stendra in a deal that could be worth as much as $300 million, can now market the drug for use 15 minutes before sex rather ... 09/17/2014 - 1:00 pm | View Link
Vivus Wins FDA Approval for Obesity Drug, After Long, Messy Day Vivus has been pushing for more than two years to get its new obesity drug cleared for sale by the FDA, and after one last long, confusing day, it finally got its wish. The FDA said today that the Mountain View, CA-based company (NASDAQ: VVUS) has gotten ... 07/17/2012 - 12:32 pm | View Link
CORRECTED-Vivus' weight-loss drug faces key U.S. test If Qnexa wins the FDA's green light, that could more than double. Analysts estimate Vivus' drug could take in nearly $689 million in sales by 2014, according to consensus forecast data from Thomson Reuters. It would be the second U.S. drug for the biotech ... 07/15/2010 - 1:11 am | View Link
Vivus' Weight-Loss Drug Faces Key U.S. Test If Qnexa wins the FDA's green light, that could more than double. Analysts estimate Vivus' drug could take in nearly $689 million in sales by 2014, according to consensus forecast data from Thomson Reuters. It would be the second U.S. drug for the biotech ... 07/14/2010 - 1:00 pm | View Link
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An NYPD sergeant was arrested for drunk driving on Long Island, officials said. Lynda Chervoni was stopped on December 3 at 2:10 a.m while driving eastbound on the Long Island Expressway near exit 34, the Nassau County Police said. She was charged with driving while intoxicated and aggravated driving while intoxicated, he said.
A SWAT team forced entry to a Holladay home early Wednesday morning, ending a prolonged standoff with the arrest of a drive-by shooting suspect.
Public safety dispatchers confirmed the standoff, which began about 10 p.m. Tuesday outside a residence near 800 E. Rowley Drive (4400 South).
After attempts to negotiate the male suspectâs surrender failed, about 3 a.m.
After four years, Utahâs investigations into four police officers in a polygamous community each ended with a single sentence.
âPOST investigation determined there was insufficient evidence at this time to prove Darger violated 76-8-201, Official Misconduct, 76-6-206 Criminal Trespassing, or 76-5-304 Unlawful Detention (False Arrest),â reads the conclusion in the case of one officer, written in July of this year in the language used at the Utah Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) Counci
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Peter Limon was a teenage sailor in Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941. The now-93-year-old was waiting in the San Diego airport Saturday for a flight to Hawaii, returning for events marking the 75th anniversary of the surprise attack from Japan.
When members of Uintah High Schoolâs band told him they were headed the same way to perform in memorial events, he was delighted.