Friday, January 18, 2013

Company Must Stop Hiring To Afford New FDA Fees
New Food and Drug Administration fees are concerning the pharmaceutical industry as the FDA requires Generic Drug User Fees of 175-thousand dollars on all domestic generic drug manufacturing companies. They are now required to pay the current fees by March 4th or face a facility shut down or a possible miss branding of certain products. The new healthcare law will affect Crown Laboratories in Johnson City who are in that category and have already instituted a hiring freeze to offset the additional cost. Companies have started having to prepare for changes that could come with only a 60 day notice and have already started to put back money for 2014. The fee’s could also increase with inflation and other factors so preparing a budget beyond twelve months is very difficult as the fee amounts are at the discretion of the FDA who could raise them at any time. (bg)

Thursday, May 21, 2015

  • Jennings Found Not Guilty by Jury in Baby Killing
  • Arraignment Set for Johnson City Man Charged with Rape of a Child
  • Bristol Man Arrested for Raping 3-Year-Old
  • Gray Elementary Resource Officer Suspended, Under Investigation
  • TWRA Issues Preliminary Data on Fatal Boone Lake Crash
  • Police: Church Hill Scam Turns Dangerous
  • Jury Deliberating in Child Killing Trial in Greeneville
  • Eastman's Costa to Present at Deutsche Bank Global Industrials Conference
  • Funeral Services Scheduled for Toddler That Drowned in Scott County, VA
  • Data Shows Greene County Paid More For Audit Than Hotel/Motel Tax Took In
  • Hawkins Sheriff: Sliger Murder Not Random
  • Boil Water Notice Issued for Nickelsville by VDH
  • Sullivan County School Board to Accept Facilities Plan This Afternoon
  • Bristol United Way Conducts Needs Assessment
  • Charges Pending After Woman Hits JC Police Cruiser
  • Records Show $8M Spent on Lawmaker Health Premiums since '92
  • Arraignment Set for State Probation Officer from Gray Accused of Hit and Run
  • No Charges From Grand Jury Reviewing Evidence from Hickory Tree Fire and Rescue
  • Former Kingsport Alderman Indicted for Sex Crimes
  • $2 Million Grant Proposal for Bristol, TN Industry Could Lead to 300 New Jobs
  • Four People Charged After Home Invasion in Rogersville
  • Prosecution Rests After Calling Mother at Trial of Father in Child Killing
  • Lawsuit Settlement Paves Way for Private Schools to Enter VHSL, Compete for Championships
  • Mother of Greeneville Children Found Dead in December Charged in Diner Brawl
  • Controversial Nitrogen Plant Phasing in Production in Greene County
  • Tennessee Probation Officer Charged With Hit and Run in Johnson City
  • Chair of Tennessee Republican Party, Which Targeted Kingsport's Non Partisan Mayor's Race, Congratulates Winner
  • Report: Ohio Couple Identified as Victims of Saltville Plane Crash



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