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GSK corruption investigation widens

23 April 2014 Business

BBC investigation airs allegations of misconduct in Poland

Missing safety risk emails draw $9bn Actos fine

11 April 2014 Business

Judge finds absence of Takeda documentation in bladder cancer case ‘disturbing’

GSK investigates bribery claims in the Middle East

9 April 2014 Business

Leaked emails claim GlaxoSmithKline bribed Iraqi doctors and healthcare officials

Anadarko agrees $5bn clean-up settlement

9 April 2014 Business

Record fine will address pollution at mining and manufacturing sites across the US.

Sun set on Ranbaxy rescue

9 April 2014 Business

Acquiring beleaguered firm will create India’s biggest pharmaceutical company

Contamination troubles strike GSK

8 April 2014 Business

GlaxoSmithKline is warned over contamination at an Ireland plant, and has recalled Alli from US retailers over tampering concerns.

Lilly wins cancer drug patent dispute

7 April 2014 Business

Alimta patent will last until 2022 after US court rules in Lilly’s favour

Pharma giants plan new public–private collaborations

3 April 2014 Business

AstraZeneca and GSK will partner with UK academics to work on early drug discovery

Baxter aims to divide and conquer

28 March 2014 Business

Firm will split off its biopharmaceuticals business from medical products

Grangemouth will switch to shale gas feed by 2016, says Ineos

28 March 2014 Business

New terminal will take US ethane imports and outdated plants will shut down

AstraZeneca boosts open innovation efforts

26 March 2014 Business

Web portal will make collaborative drug discovery easier

$1.2bn J&J deceptive marketing fine overturned

26 March 2014 Business

Supreme court reverses decision to fine firm over Risperdal promotion

Chinese copycat chemical spat

25 March 2014 Business

Ineos sues Sinopec for misuse of acrylonitrile trade secrets

Russian chemical industry to take a hit

25 March 2014 Business

Major manufacturer Khimprom to be liquidated with loss of up to 4000 jobs

US coal companies fined over water pollution

18 March 2014 Business

Comprehensive upgrades required to water treatment systems at mines and processing plants

Bumpy road for Chinese renewable energy

18 March 2014 Business

Huge losses at star Chinese renewable energy firms are ringing alarm bells

US focuses pharma supply chain scrutiny

17 March 2014 Business

Import pre-authorisation for trusted firms frees up resources to tackle purity problems

UK to fast-track access to critical medicines

17 March 2014 Business

Patients could receive medicines before formal approval in exchange for monitoring data

Minerals Technologies wins tussle over Amcol

14 March 2014 Business

US firm outbids European rival Imerys for polymer and speciality minerals supplier

Bristol-Myers Squibb to close Irish plant

14 March 2014 Business

130 jobs to go at manufacturing site in Cruiserath

Bayer agrees seed firm takeover in Argentina

7 March 2014 Business

Bayer CropScience seeks to grow South American seed business

Europe's chemical industry faces extinction in 10 years

7 March 2014 Business

Chairman of Ineos warns that the sector could go the way of the dinosaur thanks to high energy and feedstock costs

Evonik acquires US silicic acid ester supplier

5 March 2014 Business

German chemicals giant expand functional silane production in the US with Silbond purchase

Europe's chemical sector stagnated in 2013

4 March 2014 Business

Lack of output growth leaves industry 6.4% adrift of peak in 2007

Roche disputes unethical East German trial claims

26 February 2014 Business

Internal investigation concludes that 1980s trials were legally run and patients gave proper consent