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OPSM outperforms while EssilorLuxottica deadlock resolved

EssilorLuxottica appears to have resolved its governance crisis, while at the same time announcing that its Australian retail business contributed strongly to international sales. Read more »

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Novartis purchases dry eye drug Xiidra in $7.5 billion deal

Novartis will acquire dry eye drug Xiidra from Japan’s Takeda Pharmaceutical Company in a multi-billion dollar deal designed to reinforce the Swiss drug manufacturer’s ophthalmic portfolio. Read more »

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BOQ Specialist invests in patient finance provider MiFund

Bank of Queensland (BOQ) Specialist has announced a new partnership with MiFund, a provider of patient finance services. As part of the deal, BOQ Specialist has taken a 35% equity stake in MiFund, and MiFund’s patient finance system will be made available to BOQ Specialist’s practitioner clients. Read more »

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Zeiss announces record-breaking annual revenue

Strong returns in the American and Asia Pacific regions have been key drivers behind a 7.6% annual revenue increase for Carl Zeiss Meditec. Read more »

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Brien Holden Institute "missing" $1 million questioned

The Brien Holden Vision Institute (BHVI) could find itself offside with the charities watchdog over a $1 million staff bonus that it failed to record in its annual reports. Read more »

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Optic nerve head update for CIRRUS HD-OCT 5000

Zeiss has just released its latest glaucoma application, the AngioPlex OCT angiography update for the optic nerve head on the CIRRUS HD-OCT 5000. Read more »

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Glaukos' iStent inject receives US FDA approval

The iStent inject micro-invasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS) device has received pre-market approval from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and is now approved for mild to moderate open-angle glaucoma in patients undergoing cataract surgery. Read more »

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Markets, mergers and misinformation: Essilor chief sets the record straight

The Essilor-Luxottica merger has been one of the most hotly debated topics in the optical world since it was announced in February 2017. COLEBY NICHOLSON sat down with Essilor Australia’s recently appointed chief operating officer to discuss its impact on the local market and his overall view on the future of optometry. Read more »

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When it's 'Go time': how to sell a business

Practice owners seeking to sell their business may be faced with difficulties finding a buyer or achieving the desired price. KATHY ALLEN explains how to ensure a business is market-ready as well as how to make it more attractive to buyers. Read more »

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Practice marketing in the digital age

Today’s digital age has created both opportunities and challenges for practices in terms of marketing, especially when it comes to complying with regulatory limitations. ROBERT SPRINGER provides some tips on how to navigate this new territory and maximise return on investment. Read more »

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Secret to a successful 2017

By anyone’s reckoning, the past 12 months have been extraordinary; whether it’s international affairs, politics or business, it has been a most unusual year so I thought I would take a slightly different approach to end 2016. Read more »

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Johnson & Johnson completes AMO Acquisition

The completed US$4.3 billion (AU$ 5.66 b) takeover of Abbott Medical Optics (AMO) by Johnson & Johnson has resulted in the formation of a new combined organisation. Read more »
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Apple co-founder: open-source retinal camera a 'disruptor'

A New Zealand company that created a set of inexpensive, open-source smartphone devices to take photos of the human retina has once again received critical acclaim. Read more »

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Kering accused of making luxury sunglasses in China

Luxury brand Kering has denied accusations of false advertising after a lawsuit accused the company of falsely printing ‘Made in Italy’ on supposedly China-made eyewear. Read more »

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Allergan settles legal case with whistleblowers

Allergan has agreed to pay US$13 million (AU$17.1 m) to settle a lawsuit brought against it by two US ophthalmologists who accused the pharmaceutical maker of an illegal kickback scheme. Read more »

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