|Bid||41.03 x 2200|
|Ask||44.95 x 1300|
|Day's Range||42.38 - 42.90|
|52 Week Range||35.47 - 44.71|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||22.30|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.99 (2.28%)|
|1y Target Est||47.87|
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Koninklijke Philips NV (AMS:PHIA) shareholders, and potential investors, need to understand how much cash the business makes from its core operational activities, as well as how much is invested backRead More...
In less than a year, Craig Gruchacz has hired more than 400 people. Gruchacz is the top local executive for the Dutch health-tech giant Philips (NYSE: PHG), one of the highest-profile economic development recruits Nashville scored in 2017. Philips represents both the kind of health care jobs Greater Nashville is known for, and the tech sector it's striving to cultivate, wrapped in the name-recognition of a Fortune 500 company.
Brazilian prosecutors have formally charged General Electric Co's chief executive for Latin America for alleged involvement in a healthcare cartel, officials said on Wednesday, though a judge ruled that he should be released from jail for now. Daurio Speranzini Jr. was one of 24 people arrested a month ago as part of an investigation into fraud in medical equipment tenders overseen by health authorities in the state of Rio de Janeiro. The crimes investigated occurred from 2004 to 2010 when Speranzini was head of Philips Medical Systems in Brazil, prosecutors said, and continued until 2015 while he had various positions in GE's healthcare unit.
Creditors with general unsecured claims—mainly suppliers and vendors—will now receive $2.75 million. Jeffrey Cohen, a Lowenstein Sandler lawyer for the committee representing unsecured creditors, said at a hearing Wednesday before Judge Christopher Sontchi that the settlement is particularly good news for many small, family-owned businesses that have been doing business with Gibson for decades.
Hologic (HOLX), a leading women’s health technology player, will release its fiscal third-quarter earnings results on July 31 after markets close. The stock fell more than 9% following the results. Many analysts covering Hologic cut their target prices on HOLX stock in the following days. As of July 30, Reuters reported that of the 19 analysts covering Hologic, ~63% have a “buy” or “strong buy” rating on HOLX stock.
CHICAGO, July 25, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Breathing can be difficult for the 6.1 million children living with asthma in the U.S. In an average classroom size of 30, three of those children would have asthma. While there is no cure for asthma, according to the American Lung Association this chronic lung disease can be managed and treated allowing for children to lead an active, healthy life. "Asthma is a serious lung disease, but with proper treatment and an action plan, it can be managed, getting children back into the classroom and out on the playground," said Traci Gonzales, pediatric nurse practitioner and American Lung Association volunteer spokesperson.
Dutch group Philips and three other consumer electronics companies were fined a total 111.2 million euros ($130 million) by EU antitrust regulators on Tuesday for imposing fixed or minimum online prices for their products. The ruling against Philips, Asus, Pioneer and Denon & Marantz followed a 17-month investigation by the European Commisssion as part of its crackdown on online sales practices such as price restrictions based on a customer's location or nationality. The investigation, which began in February last year, was one of three that covered a total of 15 companies in the consumer electronics, video game and hotel sectors.
Dutch group Philips (PHG.AS) and three other consumer electronics companies were fined a total 111.2 million euros ($130 million) by EU antitrust regulators on Tuesday for imposing fixed or minimum online prices for their products. The ruling against Philips, Asus (2357.TW), Pioneer and Denon & Marantz followed a 17-month investigation by the European Commisssion as part of its crackdown on online sales practices such as price restrictions based on a customer's location or nationality. The investigation, which began in February last year, was one of three that covered a total of 15 companies in the consumer electronics, video game and hotel sectors.
Asustek Computer Inc. and Royal Philips NV were among four companies fined a total of 111 million euros ($130 million) by European Union antitrust regulators for preventing online retailers from setting prices that undercut traditional stores. Asus received the largest fine, about 63.5 million euros, while Philips owes nearly 30 million euros, the European Commission said Tuesday in a press release. Pioneer Corp. got a 10.2 million-euro penalty and Denon & Marantz was fined 7.7 million euros.