|Bid||5.22 x 1000|
|Ask||5.33 x 2000|
|Day's range||5.11 - 5.40|
|52-week range||4.10 - 15.02|
|PE ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings date||1 Nov 2017 - 6 Nov 2017|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||9.80|
Billionaire John Kapoor “tightly controlled’’ a scheme to illegally pay doctors to help boost sales of his company’s opioid-based painkiller and attended a meeting where two physicians were offered bribes, ...
BOSTON (AP) — A pharmaceutical company founder accused of leading a conspiracy to bribe doctors to prescribe a powerful opioid pain medication will fight the charges against him and believes he will be vindicated, his attorney said Thursday.
Insys Therapeutics posted a bigger-than-expected quarterly loss on Thursday due to soft demand for its flagship product Subsys, an opioid cancer pain medication at the center of a federal probe of the company. Last week, John Kapoor, Insys' billionaire founder and majority shareholder, was arrested on charges that he participated in a scheme to bribe doctors to prescribe Subsys. Kapoor resigned from the company's board on Sunday.
Insys Therapeutics missed analysts’ estimates in its latest quarter and set aside roughly $150 million to cover potential settlement costs, following news that its co-founder and former CEO had been charged ...
Insys's billionaire founder John Kapoor was arrested on charges that he participated in a scheme to bribe doctors to prescribe Subsys. The company said on Sunday it recorded $150 million as its "best estimate of the minimum liability" to settle a U.S. Department of Justice investigation into Subsys.
On a per-share basis, the Chandler, Arizona-based company said it had a loss of $2.30. Losses, adjusted for non-recurring costs and stock option expense, came to 21 cents per share. The results did not ...
John Kapoor, the billionaire founder of opioid maker Insys Therapeutics Inc (INSY.O), has resigned as chairman of drugmaker Akorn Inc (AKRX.O), just days after his arrest on charges he participated in a scheme to bribe doctors to prescribe a potent pain medication while he was at Insys. Akorn, in a regulatory filing on Tuesday, said that Kapoor had resigned on Monday as chairman and a director of the company, and said director Alan Weinstein was named to replace him as chairman.
When the government prosecutes executives, the biggest fish often get away. Now Insys founder John Kapoor has been indicted. Here are the charges that prosecutors think they can make stick against the powerful pharmaceutical veteran.
Faruqi & Faruqi, LLP, a leading national securities law firm, is investigating potential claims against Insys Therapeutics, Inc. .
PHOENIX (AP) — The Latest on the arrest of a drug company founder on conspiracy charges related to a prescription opioid cancer drug (all times local):
Billionaire pharmaceuticals entrepreneur John N. Kapoor was arrested by federal agents at his Phoenix home and charged with leading a nationwide criminal conspiracy to illegally distribute an addictive ...
PHOENIX (AP) — U.S. prosecutors leveled charges Thursday against the billionaire founder of an opioid medication maker that has faced increasing scrutiny from authorities across the country over allegations of pushing prescriptions of powerful painkillers amid a drug epidemic that is claiming thousands of lives each year.
Insys' shareholders suffer through another Subsys-related beatdown, but is an end in sight?
The billionaire majority owner of Insys Therapeutics was arrested Thursday over allegations of using bribes and fraud to distribute a powerful nasal spray meant for cancer patients to non-cancer patients....
Insys Therapeutics Inc. shares plummeted 8% in heavy midday trade Thursday after the company's founder and majority owner was arrested and charged, along with six former executives, with illegally acting ...
More than a decade after opioid painkillers first exploded across the U.S., John Kapoor found an aggressive way to sell even more, according to prosecutors: He began bribing doctors to prescribe them.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — A Rhode Island doctor pleaded guilty on Wednesday to accepting kickbacks in return for prescribing a highly addictive fentanyl spray.