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Biovail Corporation ("Biovail") was formed under the Business Corporations Act (Ontario) on February 18, 2000, as a result of the amalgamation of TXM Corporation and Biovail Corporation International. Biovail was continued under the Canada Business Corporations Act (the "CBCA") effective June 29, 2005. In connection with the acquisition of Valeant Pharmaceuticals International ("Valeant") in September 2010, Biovail was renamed "Valeant Pharmaceuticals International, Inc." Effective August 9, 2013, we continued from the federal jurisdiction of Canada to the Province of British Columbia, meaning that we became a company registered under the laws of the Province of British Columbia as if we had been incorporated under the laws of the Province of British Columbia.  ... More ...  

On 20 June 2014, Shire rejected a takeover attempt by AbbVie . AbbVie offered £ per share (£ billion or $ billion in total). [27] On 8 July the offer was increased to $ billion. [28] On 18 July, it was announced that AbbVie would acquire Shire for $ billion. [29] On 15 October, news broke suggesting AbbVie was reconsidering their proposed takeover deal due to changes in US "Tax Inversion" law [30] and on 16 October AbbVie's board recommended that shareholders vote against the deal. [31] This news sent Shire's share price down over 27%, however AbbVie will be subject to a $ billion break up fee, payable to Shire. [32] On 21 October the merger was called off. [33]

In May 1998, Zeneca announced that Tom McKillop , then the head of its drugs division, would succeed Sir David Barnes as chief executive, with Barnes becoming non-executive chairman of the company. [12] In November 1998, Zeneca announced that it was planning to sell its Zeneca Specialties division, including its biocides, industrial colours, lifescience molecules, performance and intermediate chemicals and resins activities. [13] Zeneca and Astra AB announced a £48 billion merger in December 1998. [14] In February 1999, it was reported that Zeneca would be suing the US Food and Drug Administration in respect of its decision to allow Gensia Sicor to produce a generic version of its anaesthetic Diprivan . [15] The merger between Zeneca and Astra AB was completed in April 1999, forming AstraZeneca plc. [16]

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