Smart Moves to Make Now Ahead of a Recession
Seize the day and think of a recession as the best time to pass competitors, says Bain & Co.
Medtronic Sales Show Impact of Supply Glitch
Sales of the company's diabetes division fell 1% in the first quarter amid a supply shortfall for its glucose monitor sensors.
Cardinal Health Buys Medtronic Units for $6B
The deal will expand Cardinal's medical products business but its shares dropped 11.5% on updated guidance for fiscal 2017.
Medtronic to Acquire HeartWare for $1.1 Billion
The deal gives Medtronic access to a market for a heart failure treatment that is expected to grow in the mid-to-high single digits through 2017.
Medtronic Wins Battle Over $1.3B Tax Bill
A U.S. Tax Court judge says the IRS' allocation of profits between the medical device maker's operations in the U.S. and Puerto Rico was unreasonable.
Ex-Comerica CFO Parkhill Moves to Medtronic
Karen Parkhill, one of American Banker's Most Powerful Women in Banking, takes over as finance chief of the medical device maker.
Health Care: Things are Looking App
Mobile health apps are becoming more capable and potentially rather useful.
Medtronic Buys Twelve Inc. for $458M
The transaction is the medical device maker's largest this year.
Lower Tax Rate Won’t Stop Inversion Deals
Will fewer companies flee the United States if the statutory tax rate is lowered? Not necessarily, finds a Reuters analysis.
Special Report: Corporate Tax Roundup
The question of whether companies are legitimately trying to reduce taxes or trying to cheat the government of corporate tax has stirred a global debate.
To Stop Tax Inversions, Obama Could Dust Off Old Law
The President doesn't need Congress' help to thwart tax inversions, ex-Treasury official says.