Finance Watch: Regulus Shrinks To Preserve Cash, Ironwood Cuts Jobs Ahead Of Split
Public Company Edition: Long-struggling Regulus is laying off employees and pausing its two clinical programs. Also, Ironwood is shuffling staff ahead of splitting into two companies and will cut 40 jobs in the process. And among several loan agreements and note sales, Tesaro borrows another $200m.
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