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July 19, 1999 | JONATHAN GAW, Jonathan Gaw covers technology and electronic commerce for The Times. He can be reached at (714) 966-7818 and at jonathan.gaw@latimes.com
The Internet is a financial miracle. Just ask Docsales.com Inc. of Santa Ana. Three months ago, it was a dog of a company called Golden Pharmaceuticals Inc. that lost money in 13 of its previous 14 quarters and had been virtually ignored by investors. It also is a defendant in 47 lawsuits in three states related to personal injury claims by consumers who used the fen-phen diet drug that it sold. At the end of February, its total liabilities exceeded its assets by $6.
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BUSINESS
February 11, 1997
Syncor International Corp., a Chatsworth operator of nuclear pharmacies, said that it has signed a letter of intent with Golden Pharmaceuticals Inc. to buy the company's Iodine 123 business. Iodine 123 is used to diagnose thyroid problems. Previously, Golden was supplying Iodine 123 to Syncor's network of 130 nuclear pharmacy service centers.
BUSINESS
July 19, 1999 | JONATHAN GAW
The Internet is a financial miracle. Just ask Santa Ana-based Docsales.com Inc. Three months ago, it was a dog of a company called Golden Pharmaceuticals Inc. that lost money in 13 of its previous 14 quarters and had been virtually ignored by investors. It also is a defendant in 47 lawsuits in three states related to personal injury claims by consumers who used the Phen-Fen diet drug combination it sold. At the end of February, its total liabilities exceeded its assets by $6.
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June 6, 1996 | Barbara Marsh
Today, Orange County. Tomorrow, the world? VNA Home Health Systems, the Orange-based nonprofit company that provides visiting nurses and other home health-care services across the county, aims to get into the global market for mail-order drugs. The company, forming a joint venture with Colorado drug maker Golden Pharmaceuticals Inc., has set up the new mail-order firm in Santa Ana, says Gordon Martin, VNA's chief executive.
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June 19, 1996 | BARBARA MARSH, Barbara Marsh covers health care for The Times
One little, out-of-state drug outfit sees some big opportunities in Orange County. Golden Pharmaceuticals Inc., a Golden, Colo.-based maker of drugs using radioisotopes, has invested in three companies here and expects to nearly quadruple its revenue in the fiscal year ending Aug. 31, said Glen Weaver, chief financial officer. Golden had earnings of about $1 million on sales of $4 million in its previous fiscal year, he said.
BUSINESS
July 19, 1999 | JONATHAN GAW, Jonathan Gaw covers technology and electronic commerce for The Times. He can be reached at (714) 966-7818 and at jonathan.gaw@latimes.com
The Internet is a financial miracle. Just ask Docsales.com Inc. of Santa Ana. Three months ago, it was a dog of a company called Golden Pharmaceuticals Inc. that lost money in 13 of its previous 14 quarters and had been virtually ignored by investors. It also is a defendant in 47 lawsuits in three states related to personal injury claims by consumers who used the fen-phen diet drug that it sold. At the end of February, its total liabilities exceeded its assets by $6.
BUSINESS
July 19, 1999 | JONATHAN GAW
The Internet is a financial miracle. Just ask Santa Ana-based Docsales.com Inc. Three months ago, it was a dog of a company called Golden Pharmaceuticals Inc. that lost money in 13 of its previous 14 quarters and had been virtually ignored by investors. It also is a defendant in 47 lawsuits in three states related to personal injury claims by consumers who used the Phen-Fen diet drug combination it sold. At the end of February, its total liabilities exceeded its assets by $6.
BUSINESS
February 11, 1997
Syncor International Corp., a Chatsworth operator of nuclear pharmacies, said that it has signed a letter of intent with Golden Pharmaceuticals Inc. to buy the company's Iodine 123 business. Iodine 123 is used to diagnose thyroid problems. Previously, Golden was supplying Iodine 123 to Syncor's network of 130 nuclear pharmacy service centers.
BUSINESS
June 19, 1996 | BARBARA MARSH, Barbara Marsh covers health care for The Times
One little, out-of-state drug outfit sees some big opportunities in Orange County. Golden Pharmaceuticals Inc., a Golden, Colo.-based maker of drugs using radioisotopes, has invested in three companies here and expects to nearly quadruple its revenue in the fiscal year ending Aug. 31, said Glen Weaver, chief financial officer. Golden had earnings of about $1 million on sales of $4 million in its previous fiscal year, he said.
BUSINESS
June 6, 1996 | Barbara Marsh
Today, Orange County. Tomorrow, the world? VNA Home Health Systems, the Orange-based nonprofit company that provides visiting nurses and other home health-care services across the county, aims to get into the global market for mail-order drugs. The company, forming a joint venture with Colorado drug maker Golden Pharmaceuticals Inc., has set up the new mail-order firm in Santa Ana, says Gordon Martin, VNA's chief executive.
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