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Uroplasty, which is investigating issues pertaining to how it paid sales commissions, put Mahedi Jiwani on administrative leave and delayed the filing of its annual report.
IntriCon Corporation’s restructuring plans call for eliminating 35 global jobs and transferring work currently performed in Maine to Minnesota.
The 57 semifinalists move to the next round in the annual competition, advancing closer to $200,000 in prizes.
Some of the company’s products that are used in catheterization procedures have been recalled because of a potential for air leakage, which could lead to an obstructed artery and result in serious injury or death.
Longtime CEO Thomas Oland resigned in November and said he disagreed with the board’s decision to consider external candidates for his successor; now, the board has tapped an outsider as its next leader.
Sales also declined in the cardiac rhythm disease management and spinal products businesses, two of the company’s largest and highest-margin segments.
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