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Liverpool & Juventus eyeing cut-price Julian Brandt deal

As per a report from German outlet SportBild, Liverpool and Juventus are among the clubs eyeing the signature of Bayer Leverkusen star Julian Brandt. Brandt’s rise to stardom Brandt, a versatile midfielder who can also play on the wing, has spent his entire career to date on Leverkusen’s books. After first breaking into the first-team setup of Die Werkself as a raw starlet during the 2013/14 campaign, Brandt has since gone on to establish himself as one of the most highly-regarded young player...
Tags: Europe, Germany, Sport, Soccer, Liverpool, Alex Ferguson, Real Madrid, Juventus, Man City, Bayer Leverkusen, Bayer, Bild, Leverkusen, Brandt, Borussia Moenchengladbach, Julian Brandt


Canada: Canadian Competition Law - Review 2018 & What To Expect 2019 - Cassels Brock

Bayer sold the businesses it promised to divest to BASF.
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BioAg of the Future: The Digest’s 2019 Multi-Slide Guide to Novozymes BioAg

Novozymes is the world leader in biological solutions focusing on enzymes and microbes. Since 2000, they have brought more than 100 new molecules to market to address specific industry and customer challenges. We account for 2/3 of the entire global investment in developing enzymes, and dedicate 13-14% of our total revenue to R&D. With 48% market share in industrial enzymes, they deliver bioinnovation to 130 countries and manufacture across North America, South America, Europe and Asia. Tina Sej...
Tags: Asia, Novozymes, 8-slide Guide, Bayer, North America South America Europe, Prisca Havranek Kosicek, Tina Sejersgard Fane


Water pollution is rampant in streams across Europe

Europe is facing a large-scale water pollution crisis. A new study from Greenpeace revealed that pesticides and antibiotics are contaminating European waterways at an alarming rate, endangering the lives of wildlife and making microorganisms more resistant to drugs. The study, which was conducted out of a lab in the University of Exeter, found 100 pesticides and 21 drug variations in 29 different water sources spread throughout Europe. A total of 10 European nations, including the U.K., were fe...
Tags: Europe, Design, News, California, Environment, Water, Pesticides, Greenpeace, Syngenta, Water Pollution, Bayer, Water Issues, University of Exeter, Water Contamination, Paul Johnston, Lake Erie Bill of Rights


French court finds Monsanto guilty of poisoning farmer

Ruling says US chemicals giant knew of weedkiller’s dangers but label lacked warningA French appeals court has said US chemicals giant Monsanto was guilty of poisoning a farmer who said he suffered neurological damage after accidentally inhaling fumes from a weedkiller made by the company.Paul François, a cereal farmer, had already won previous lawsuits against Monsanto, which was bought by Germany’s Bayer last year, in 2012 and 2015. Continue reading...
Tags: Europe, Business, France, Germany, Environment, US, World news, Monsanto, Herbicides, Bayer, Paul Francois


U.S. criticizes Vietnam ban of glyphosate herbicide imports

CHICAGO/HANOI (Reuters) - U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue on Thursday criticized Vietnam's move to ban imports of glyphosate herbicide, saying the decision would have "devastating impacts on global agricultural production." Vietnam's government said in a statement that the toxic level of herbicides containing glyphosate had long been of concern, in the latest display of global worries over the product's impact on human health. Glyphosate, the chemical contained in Bayer unit Monsant...
Tags: Science, Chicago, United States, Monsanto, Vietnam, Bayer


French court finds Bayer's Monsanto liable for farmer's sickness

PARIS/LYON (Reuters) - A French appeals court ruled on Thursday that Bayer's Monsanto business was liable for the health problems of a farmer who had inhaled a weedkiller product. The ruling in favor of farmer Paul Francois was announced in a statement by a plaintiffs group. A Bayer spokeswoman in France also confirmed the ruling.
Tags: Science, France, Paris, Monsanto, Bayer, LYON Reuters, Paul Francois


French court finds Bayer's Monsanto liable for farmer's sickness

A French appeals court ruled on Thursday that Bayer's Monsanto business was liable for the health problems of a farmer who had inhaled a weedkiller product.
Tags: Money, businessNews, Monsanto, Bayer


Pharmaceuticals giant Bayer to cut 4,500 jobs in Germany

BERLIN (AP) — Pharma and chemicals giant Bayer says it is cutting 4,500 jobs in its home market of Germany. Bayer said Tuesday that the positions are part of 12,000 job cuts around announced last year. The company currently has about 32,100 employees in Germany. Bayer is fighting the fallout from lawsuits over the alleged […]
Tags: Business, News, Germany, Berlin, Ap, Nation, Bayer, Germany Bayer


Matheus Cunha caps off RB Leipzig comeback with incredible solo goal

Matheus Cunha scores an absolutely incredible solo goal as RB Leipzig staged a comeback to win 4-2 against Bayer 04 Leverkusen.
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Puppis

The constellation Puppis rows low across the south on early spring evenings. It represents the stern of the Argo, the boat that carried Jason and the Argonauts through many adventures. Most of the stars of Puppis are faint. In fact, its leading light barely ranks among the 70 brightest stars of the night sky. In most constellations — especially those from the ancient world — the brightest star has a name beginning with “alpha,” the first letter of the Greek alphabet. So in this case, the sta...
Tags: Space, Jason, Bayer, Vela, Zeta, Carina, Johann Bayer, Damond Benningfield Keywords, Zeta Puppis, Lacaille, Nicolas de Lacaille, Argo Navis, Argo Navis So Carina


Chinese hackers poke the Bayer, but German giant says it withstood attack

Pharmaceutical brand says no data lost in Winnti outbreak German pharmaceuticals giant Bayer says it has been hit by malware, possibly from Chain, but that none of its intellectual property has been accessed.…
Tags: Software, Bayer, Winnti


On Xarelto, plaintiff’s lawyers win by losing

“In terms of the evidence, the trial lawyers [suing Bayer and Johnson & Johnson over the blood thinner Xarelto] had a losing hand — any kind of sane judicial system would have them leaving the field of battle, a defeated army.” But they’d signed up a remarkable 25,000 clients, buying an estimated 129,000 ads seeking such business in 2016, with one law firm alone spending $20 million a year on promotion. When you’ve got that big a base of clients to throw at them, “companies settle meritless case...
Tags: Law, Uncategorized, Pharmaceuticals, Bayer, Johnson Johnson, Chasing Clients, Joe Nocera Bloomberg Opinion


Bayer contains cyber attack it says bore Chinese hallmarks

Bayer found the infectious software on its computer networks early last year, covertly monitored and analyzed it until the end of last month and then cleared the threat from its systems, the company said on Thursday. "There is no evidence of data theft," Bayer said in a statement, though a spokesman added that the overall damage was still being assessed and that German state prosecutors had launched an investigation. "This type of attack points toward the 'Wicked Panda' group in China, accordi...
Tags: Science, China, Bayer, Allianz BASF


Bayer points finger at Chinese-based group after blocking cyber attack

Bayer found the infectious software early last year, covertly monitored and analyzed it until the end of last month and then cleared the threat from its systems, the company said on Thursday. "There is no evidence of data theft," the statement said, although a spokesman added that the overall damage was still being assessed and that German state prosecutors had launched an investigation. "This type of attack points toward the 'Wicked Panda' group in China, according to security experts," the s...
Tags: Science, China, Bayer, Allianz BASF


German chemicals giant Bayer confirms cyberattack

BERLIN (AP) — German chemicals company Bayer says it detected and averted a cyberattack last year by a hacking group that’s been traced to China. In a statement Thursday, Bayer said its in-house cybersecurity team found signs of malicious software associated with the group Winnti on company systems in early 2018. The Leverkusen-based company said […]
Tags: Business, Technology, News, China, Berlin, Ap, Nation, Bayer, The Leverkusen


Bayer says has detected, contained cyber attack

Bayer found infectious software from a hacker group known as Winnti in early 2018, covertly monitored and analyzed it until the end of last month, and then cleared the threat from its systems, the company said on Thursday. "There is no evidence of data theft," the statement said, though a spokesman added that the overall damage was still being assessed. Bayer is the world's largest agricultural supplies company thanks to its takeover of Monsanto.
Tags: Science, Bayer


Bayer board says pursuit of Monsanto was done diligently

Bayer's non-executive board reaffirmed its support for top management's decision to acquire seed maker Monsanto last year, after losing high-profile lawsuits to U.S. plaintiffs who claimed Monsanto's Roundup weedkiller caused their cancer. In documents posted on the company's website on Monday, the non-executive supervisory board said an expert opinion it commissioned from lawfirm Linklaters found that Bayer's management had complied with their duties when acquiring Monsanto for $63 billion las...
Tags: Science, Monsanto, Bayer, Supervisory Board, Board of Management, Linklaters


Covestro and Genomatica launch partnership for high-performance plant-based materials

Genomatica, the bioengineering pioneer that helps major brands like H&M and Lavazza produce sustainable mainstream products, announced a significant new partnership recently with Covestro, a mainstream chemical and materials leader, to work together on high-performance materials from plants. Materials manufacturer Covestro and biotechnology company Genomatica joined forces to research and develop high-performance materials based on renewable feedstocks. With their collaboration, both partners a...
Tags: US, Thailand, Top Stories, Washington Dc, Bg, Genomatica, Bayer, Digest, MDI, Lavazza, Baytown Texas, Christophe Schilling, Covestro, Bayer Group, Ginkgo Bioworks Genomatica, Klaus Schäfer


Who is paying for Monsanto's crimes? We are

A US court ordered Monsanto to pay $80m in damages because it hid cancer risks. That’s a small consolation for victims ‘And while Bayer may dole out a few billion dollars in damages, who is really being made to pay?’ Photograph: Josh Edelson/AFP/Getty Images The chickens are coming home to roost, as they say in farm country. For the second time in less than eight months a US jury has found that decades of scientific evidence demonstrates a clear cancer connection to Monsanto’s line of top-sel...
Tags: Science, Washington, Massachusetts, Elizabeth Warren, US, San Francisco, Monsanto, Bayer, Hugh Grant, Carey Gillam, Susquehanna Financial Group, Vince Chhabria, Josh Edelson, Monsanto Chhabria, Tom Claps, US Right to Know


Corporations are endangering Americans. Trump doesn't care

From Boeing to Monsanto and beyond: this week has revealed the tip of the iceberg of regulatory neglect ‘Trump and his appointees have unambiguously signaled to corporations they can now do as they please.’ Photograph: Mark Ralston/AFP/Getty Images Why didn’t Boeing do it right? Why isn’t Facebook protecting user passwords? Why is Phillip Morris allowed to promote vaping? Why hasn’t Wells Fargo reformed itself? Why hasn’t Monsanto (now owned by Bayer) recalled its Roundup weedkiller? Answer: ...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, News, Congress, California, US, New York Times, Monsanto, Fda, Faa, Boeing, Ftc, Wells Fargo, Bayer, Trump, Altria


Costco stops selling controversial Roundup weedkiller

Monsanto was just ordered to pay $80 million to a man who said he developed cancer as a result of using the company's weedkiller Roundup.Roundup contains the chemical glyphosate, which the World Health Organization described in 2015 as a "probable carcinogen."Costco will reportedly stop selling Roundup, and a petition is currently calling on other big retailers to do the same. None A federal jury awarded a California man $80 million on Wednesday after finding that Roundup, a Monsanto-made weedki...
Tags: Health, Home Depot, Business, California, Bloomberg, Innovation, World Health Organization, Monsanto, Costco, Bayer, Lowe, Hodgkin, Moms Across America, Zen Honeycutt, Christopher Perrella


Bio Roundup: Amyloid Angst, NASH News, Brammer Bagged & More

A week after , the ripple effects are still being felt—and not just by Biogen, which lost billions of dollars in market value in a flash.We’ll kick off this week’s roundup with the aducanumab reaction, which includes plenty of thoughts about the future of the so-called “amyloid hypothesis” and what’s next for another Biogen Alzheimer’s drug that has had mixed results.We’ll also check in on the gene therapy deal spree, the big week in national healthcare policy, and the preparations several com...
Tags: Deals, Obamacare, Trends, Alzheimer's Disease, Affordable Care Act, National, Pfizer, Medicaid, Xarelto, Federal Trade Commission, Life Sciences, Bayer, Clinical Trials, Celgene, Gilead Sciences, Eisai


ProteoNic’s 2G UNic protein production technology licensed to Bayer

ProteoNic Biotechnology BV today announced that it has licensed its 2G UNic technology for boosting recombinant protein production to the pharmaceutical company Bayer.
Tags: Health, Bayer, Unic, ProteoNic Biotechnology BV


Bayer shares sag after U.S. jury verdict in Roundup cancer trial

Shares in Bayer hit an almost 7-year low on Thursday after a U.S. jury awarded $80 million to a man claiming use of the group's weed killer Roundup caused his cancer, with thousands of similar lawsuits looming.
Tags: Money, businessNews, Bayer


Daimler and Geely team up; Brexit deadlock; Bayer damages

Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day.
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Monsanto ordered to pay $80 mn in Roundup cancer trial

Monsanto has been ordered to pay some $80 million to an American retiree who blames his cancer on the agribusiness giant's weedkiller Roundup, in a case that could influence the outcome of thousands more like it. A San Francisco jury Wednesday found the firm, which is owned by Bayer, had been "negligent by not using reasonable care" to warn of the risks of its product, ordering it to pay Edwin Hardeman $75 million in punitive damages, a little over $5 million in compensation and $200,000 for me...
Tags: Science, California, San Francisco, Monsanto, Bayer, Hodgkin, Edwin Hardeman


Monsanto Loses Roundup Cancer Trial to the Tune of $80 Million

A federal jury in California has awarded $80 million to a man who said Monsanto herbicide Roundup was a “substantial factor” in him developing non-Hodgkin lymphoma, CNN reported on Wednesday. It’s a major blow to the chemical manufacturer and its parent company, German chemical giant Bayer AG, which are facing…Read more...
Tags: Health, Science, Roundup, California, Cancer, Cnn, Agriculture, Lawsuits, Courts, Monsanto, Carcinogens, Herbicides, Bayer, Bayer AG, Hodgkin


Monsanto ordered to pay $80 mn in Roundup cancer trial

Monsanto was ordered on Wednesday to pay some $80 million to an American retiree who blames his cancer on the agribusiness giant's weedkiller Roundup, in a case that could influence the outcome of thousands more like it. A San Francisco jury found the firm, which is owned by Bayer, had been "negligent by not using reasonable care" to warn of the risks of its product, ordering it to pay Edwin Hardeman $75 million in punitive damages, a little over $5 million in compensation and $200,000 for medi...
Tags: News, San Francisco, Monsanto, Bayer, Edwin Hardeman


U.S. jury says Bayer must pay $80 mln to man in Roundup cancer trial

SAN FRANCISCO/NEW YORK (Reuters) - A U.S. jury on Wednesday awarded $80 million to a man who claimed his use of Bayer AG's glyphosate-based weed killer Roundup caused his cancer, in the latest legal setback for the company facing thousands of similar lawsuits. The jury in San Francisco federal court said the company was liable for plaintiff Edwin Hardeman's non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. It awarded $5 million in compensatory damages and $75 million in punitive damages to Hardeman after finding that R...
Tags: News, San Francisco, Monsanto, Bayer, NEW YORK Reuters, Bayer AG, Hodgkin, HARDEMAN, Edwin Hardeman