Medios AG successfully holds its annual general meeting in 2022 (German)

Berlin, June 21, 2022 – Medios AG The issuer is responsible for the content of the announcement. ————————————————– ————————————— Press release Medios AG successfully organizes the annual general meeting of 2022 * Company charter modernization approved * Compensation report approved * New stock option plan approved 2022 Berlin, June 21, 2022 – Medios AG (“Medios”), … Read more

Bayer wins yet another US glyphosate process

KANSAS CITY / LEVERKUSEN Bayer pharmaceutical and agrochemical group won another lawsuit in the US over alleged cancer risk of herbicidal glyphosate. A jury in a Kansas City, Missouri court ruled on Thursday in favor of Dax (local time) and ruled that the herbicide was not responsible for plaintiff Allan Shelton’s illness. Bayer welcomed this, … Read more

Economy: DGAP Voting rights: Bayer Aktiengesellschaft (German)

Legal entity identifiers ^ Notice of DGAP voting rights: Bayer Aktiengesellschaft Bayer Aktiengesellschaft: Dismissal under § 40 (1) WpHG for distribution throughout Europe 09/06/2022 / 08:23 Dissemination of the notice of voting rights from DGAP – Service EQS AG Group. The issuer / publisher is responsible for the content of the application. ————————————————– ————————————— Notification … Read more

Pfizer: Corona Business Ensures Growth

Paxlovid tablet by Pfizer With the corona drug, the pharmaceutical company wants to build a second mainstay in the treatment of Covid-19 in addition to the Comirnata vaccine. (Photo: AP) Frankfurt The corona pandemic is currently weakening in many regions, but continued to fuel the business of US pharmaceutical giant Pfizer in the first quarter. … Read more

Economics: ROUNDUP 2 / Federal Constitutional Court: Nursing vaccinations are legal

KARLSRUHE / BERLIN The compulsory corona vaccination of nursing and medical personnel is legal. The Federal Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe has dismissed a constitutional complaint against so-called facility-related compulsory vaccination. Politicians such as Federal Health Minister Karl Lauterbach (SPD) welcomed the decision on Thursday. Patient advocates, however, expressed doubts as to whether a requirement for … Read more