Navigation Links
Datascope Recommends Shareholders Re-Elect its Two Incumbent Directors and Reject Ramius' Opposition Slate
Date:12/10/2007

ts representation of the largest

pharmaceutical company in the world for seven years.

-- William Asmundson, our lead outside director, chairs the executive

sessions of the independent directors and is the intermediary between

the Board and management. Bill currently manages an investment fund and

has had a distinguished career as an investment manager, including as

CEO and Chief Investment Officer of Rockefeller & Co. and related

investment companies for 17 years.

"Datascope's Board and management are focused on achieving continued top- and bottom-line growth and creating value for all Datascope shareholders. We continue to urge all shareholders to reject Ramius' nominees and re-elect the Board's incumbent directors by voting Datascope's BLUE proxy card today."

On behalf of the Datascope Board, Mr. Klatell also commented on the Risk Metrics' ISS proxy advisory unit report, which was issued late Friday, effectively recommending a split vote at the Company's December 20th shareholder meeting.

"We think that their report fails to recognize fully the significant contributions made by both of Datascope's nominees. ISS nonetheless does acknowledge the dissident's small stake in the Company, which it only recently

accumulated. Clearly the dissident has offered no business plan or any suggestions to benefit Datascope or its shareholders."

Mr. Klatell also noted, "William Wyman, one of Datascope's independent directors, has extensive experience in the medical industry. He has been a trustee of the Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital, a 400-bed primary trauma center, for 12 years; a trustee of The Dartmouth Clinic, a 650 doctor entity, for six years; and a trustee of the Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center (the largest academic medical center in northern New England), which oversees and coordinates the operations of the Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital, The Dartmouth Clinic, the Dartmou
'/>"/>

SOURCE Datascope Corp.
Copyright©2007 PR Newswire.
All rights reserved

Page: 1 2 3 4 5

Related medicine news :

1. Datascope Mails Letter to Shareholders
2. Datascope Files Investor Presentation
3. Glass Lewis Recommends Arrow Shareholders Vote on the White Proxy Card for Merger With Teleflex and for Current Board of Directors at Arrow Annual Meeting
4. FDA Panel Recommends Approval of SyntheMeds REPEL-CV(R) Adhesion Barrier for Pediatric Patients
5. American College of Physicians recommends flu vaccination for health-care workers
6. ISS Recommends Hologic Stockholders Vote FOR Merger With Cytyc
7. FDA Panel Recommends Ban on Cold Medicines for Kids
8. AHRQ Report Recommends Use of Existing Call Centers to Expand Communications in Public Health Emergencies
9. National Association of EMS Educators (NAEMSE) Recommends Screening for Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
10. FDA Advisory Committee Recommends Approval of Abbotts XIENCE(TM) V Drug Eluting Stent System
11. Arrow International Urges Shareholders To Vote for Approval of the $45.50 Teleflex Inc. Merger and for the Current Board of Directors
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:4/18/2015)... New York, NY (PRWEB) April 18, 2015 ... their Internal Security Threat Report , which they say, “exposes ... on how many new malware variants were introduced in 2014 ... it took for Zero Day threats to be identified and ... – it is abundantly clear that doing business in a ...
(Date:4/18/2015)... French physician and gastronome Anthelme Brillat-Savarin understood ... uttered, “Tell me what you eat, and I will ... with stress or sadness has often been attributed to ... Data collected from their Emotional Eating Test ... but for different reasons. , Collecting data from 521 ...
(Date:4/17/2015)... 17, 2015 ERGO-Pedic Products, LLC, which ... two new products to help a broader range of ... relief are the second most common visitors to doctors. ... designed specifically to help relieve sitting pain. Then, only ... thousands of happy customers later, we began getting questions ...
(Date:4/17/2015)... “We have seen healing, a lot of healing, and ... Chaplain Shawn Kafader of Friendship Village. “People have found ... to contribute have created beautiful pieces of art.” For the ... program that was launched to benefit residents of the retirement ... the Art Institute in Chicago, worked as an intern at ...
(Date:4/17/2015)... Representatives Jim Himes (D-CT) and Ed Royce ... 1849 in congress on April 16, 2015 in an ... with the genetic disease. , The bill, similar ... first to create a federally led and financed initiative ... telangiectasia. This would effectively prevent premature death and disability ...
Breaking Medicine News(10 mins):Health News:Cyber Attackers Continue to Fine Tune Deception and Stealth Tactics According to New Report 2Health News:Cyber Attackers Continue to Fine Tune Deception and Stealth Tactics According to New Report 3Health News:Cyber Attackers Continue to Fine Tune Deception and Stealth Tactics According to New Report 4Health News:Cyber Attackers Continue to Fine Tune Deception and Stealth Tactics According to New Report 5Health News:It’s Not Just A Girl Thing: Queendom Study Reveals That Men Struggle With Emotional Eating Too 2Health News:It’s Not Just A Girl Thing: Queendom Study Reveals That Men Struggle With Emotional Eating Too 3Health News:It’s Not Just A Girl Thing: Queendom Study Reveals That Men Struggle With Emotional Eating Too 4Health News:It’s Not Just A Girl Thing: Queendom Study Reveals That Men Struggle With Emotional Eating Too 5Health News:It’s Not Just A Girl Thing: Queendom Study Reveals That Men Struggle With Emotional Eating Too 6Health News:Seat Cushion Company Credits Customer Driven Design For Two New Products 2Health News:Healing At Friendship Village Due To Art Therapy 2Health News:House Representatives Introduce Bill to Fight Genetic Disease 2
... Smoking before menopause, especially prior to giving birth, may ... of developing breast cancer, according to a report in ... Medicine, one of the JAMA/Archives journals. "Breast ... worldwide," according to background information in the article. "Tobacco ...
... MAYWOOD, Ill. -- The American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists ... and treatment of postmenopausal osteoporosis. Loyola physician Pauline Camacho, ... guidelines to manage this major public health issue. ... osteoporosis-related fractures and improve the quality of life for ...
... By Steven Reinberg HealthDay Reporter , MONDAY, ... disease and stroke in the United States is expected to ... new report says. According to the American Heart Association, ... costs for treating heart disease and stroke is largely due ...
... , MONDAY, Jan. 24 (HealthDay News) -- Many middle-aged ... lowering their blood pressure, researchers say. High systolic blood ... risk factor for cardiovascular disease and its common outcomes -- ... older women around the world, according to the report released ...
... problematic? Yes, according to a new study, which found ... and suggested that it may compromise informed consent. ... optimism in the research context are "always ethically benign, ... write the authors of the study, which appears in ...
... Jan. 24 (HealthDay News) -- Continual exposure to stress prompts ... control fear, vigilance and emotion, a new study suggests. ... among troops recently deployed to Afghanistan, and is reported in ... . "For the first time we can now conclude ...
Cached Medicine News:Health News:Smoking may be associated with increased risk of breast cancer 2Health News:Loyola physician helps develop national guidelines for osteoporosis 2Health News:U.S. Heart Disease Costs Expected to Soar 2Health News:U.S. Heart Disease Costs Expected to Soar 3Health News:Lowering BP Can Help Cut Women's Heart Disease Risk 2Health News:Unrealistic optimism appears common in early cancer trials 2Health News:Stress of War Spurs Changes in Brain Activity, Study Finds 2
(Date:4/17/2015)... 17, 2015 LifeScienceIndustryResearch.com announces ... Report on Global and China Lysine Industry to ... professional and the deep research report in this ... basic information including definition, classification specifications, application, industry ... Europe , Japan ...
(Date:4/17/2015)... Apr. 17, 2015 Research and Markets ... "Medical Equipment Rental and Leasing - Global Strategic ... This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Medical Equipment ... separate comprehensive analytics for the US, Japan ... of World. Annual estimates and forecasts are ...
(Date:4/17/2015)... Research and Markets ( http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/vrd3bd/mammography ) ... - Global Strategic Business Report" report to their ... for Mammography Equipment in US$ Thousands by the following ... The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for the US, ... , Europe , Asia-Pacific ...
Breaking Medicine Technology:Lysine Market International (US, Europe, Japan) Research Analysis 2Lysine Market International (US, Europe, Japan) Research Analysis 3Lysine Market International (US, Europe, Japan) Research Analysis 4Lysine Market International (US, Europe, Japan) Research Analysis 5Medical Equipment Rental and Leasing Market 2015-2020 - Global Strategic Business Report - Healthcare Spending Slowdown Bodes Well for Medical Equipment Leasing 2Mammography Equipment (Analog & Digital) Market 2015-2020 - Global Strategic Business Report: Breast Imaging Screening Programs Push Sales 2
Designated most popular model or size. 4 mm wide tip....
Double-ended. Blunt and semi sharp 5 mm tips. Designated most popular model or size....
Double-ended. Semi sharp. Curved 3 mm tips. Angled right and left....
Double-ended. 6 mm x 9 mm and 6 mm x 11 mm tips....
Medicine Products: