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MannKind, which is currently commercializing Afrezza® (insulin human) inhalation powder, moved from Valencia, California to be in an area well known for its biopharmaceutical talent and to offer greater convenience to its current employees.
“MannKind is a dynamic, fast-moving...
Steven Binder has joined the MannKind Corporation as its Chief Financial Officer with full responsibilities for leading the Valencia-based company’s finance, accounting and investor relations on a global basis, according to a MannKind news release.
Binder reports directly to Michael Castagna, Pharm.D.,...
Valencia-based MannKind Corp. confirmed Tuesday that it received $30.6 million from Sanofi on Jan. 6, 2017, representing the balance of the accelerated insulin “put” option previously exercised by MannKind. This payment was made pursuant to a previously disclosed agreement reached with Sanofi on...
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