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Bacterin CEO: Medical device tax is 2.3% of our revenue

Bacterin CEO Dan Goldberger on the impact on the business and jobs of the medical device tax.

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  1. Is Obama Toning Down 'Armageddon' Rhetoric?

    Sen . Jon Tester , (D-Montana), argues there needs to be broad based spending-cuts and tax increases to solve debt woes.

  2. Sen. Tester To Head Fast-trader Oversight Panel

    Sen. Jon Tester will chair a key securities subcommittee responsible for overseeing computerized high-speed traders and efforts to rein in technological snafus that ...

  3. Sen. Reed Giving Up Securities-panel Chairmanship

    Sen. Jack Reed will step down as chairman of a key securities subcommittee responsible for overseeing computerized high-speed traders and efforts to rein in technolo...

  4. Stopgap Funding Delayed in Senate

    lection-year politics briefly delayed passage of legislation in the U.S. Senate to fund federal programs for six months and avoid an October 1 government shutdown, a...

  5. MF Global Paid Jon Corzine $8.4 Million In Year Before Collapse

    Former MF Global Holdings Ltd. (MFGLQ) Chief Executive Jon Corzine received more than $8 million in cash and stock options in the months leading up to the brokerage'...

  6. Pat Boone Takes on the Health-Care Law

    60 Plus Association Spokesman Pat Boone on the flaws in the health-care reform, particularly with the Independent Patient Advisory Board created by the law.

  7. Credit card executives see sunny days ahead

    By Maria AspanMIAMI BEACH, Florida (Reuters) For the first time in years, U.S. credit card executives are looking beyond the losses of the financial crisis -- and th...

  8. Goldman Sachs Accused of Misleading Congress, Clients

    Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS) misled clients and Congress about the firm's investments in securities tied to real estate deals, according to a two-year investigation of th...

  9. Swipe Fee Cuts May Be Delayed

    Senate lawmakers are working to delay the hotly-debated fee cuts for debit card "swipes," according to the New York Post.According to the Post, lawmakers could prese...

  10. Fed to Miss Debit Fee Rule Deadline

    The Federal Reserve will not meet an April 21 deadline for issuing a final rule cracking down on the fees banks charge merchants when a debit card is used, Fed Chair...

  11. Implications of the Food-Safety Overhaul

    Paul Schwennesen, owner of Double Check Ranch, on the Senate's decision to pass the Food-Safety Modernization Act

  12. Senate Passes Food-Safety Modernization Act

    National Farmers Union President Roger Johnson discusses whether the FDA will help prevent food-borne illness.

  1. AG Holder says DOJ has no plans to investigate the VA

    Rep. Brad Wenstrup, (R-Ohio), on the mounting Veterans Affairs scandal.

  2. Traders bet on later Fed rate hike with Summers out of picture

    Traders are betting the Federal Reserve will keep policy easier for longer now that former Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers is out of the running to succeed Ben B...

  3. Summers Exit Reshapes Race to Replace Bernanke

    Investors are breathing a sigh of relief after Larry Summers dropped out of the Fed chief race, but the renewed uncertainty about who will succeed Ben Bernanke could...

  4. Summers Withdraws From Consideration For Fed Post

    Larry Summers, the former White House economic adviser and Treasury secretary and onetime Harvard University president, has asked that his name be withdrawn from con...

  5. Tester To Vote 'no' On Summers

    Sen. Jon Tester, a Democrat from Montana, will not support Larry Summers to be the next chairman of the Federal Reserve, according to a spokeswoman Friday. Tester's ...

  6. U.S. Experts Back Singapore Suicide Findings

    Two U.S.-based medical examiners agreed with a Singaporean pathologist's findings that an American engineer died by hanging in what appeared to be a suicide in the c...

  7. Senators Want Dodd-Frank Exemption

    A bipartisan group of 12 senators is seeking to exempt non-financial companies from new rules to make banking safer, breathing new life into efforts to reduce the sc...

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