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Articles by Jim Miller

Squeezed for Cash

Big Pharma's efforts to reduce working capital will hurt CMOs for years to come.
Jan 6, 2010

Big Pharma's efforts to reduce working capital will hurt CMOs for years to come.

A Look Ahead for 2010

Some predictions for contract services in 2010.
Jan 2, 2010

Some predictions for contract services in 2010.

The year ahead

Some predictions about what's in store for contract services in 2010.
Jan 1, 2010

It's customary among columnists to begin a new year with some predictions about what's to come. We don't honour that custom every year, but with what the contract services industry went through in 2009, it seemed appropriate to share thoughts on what we expect for 2010.

Squeezed for Cash

Big Pharma's efforts to reduce working capital will hurt CMOs for years to come.
Dec 2, 2009

Big Pharma's efforts to reduce working capital will hurt CMOs for years to come.

Facing Reality

Contract organizations waiting for the pipeline to come roaring back are kidding themselves.
Dec 2, 2009

Contract organizations waiting for the pipeline to come roaring back are kidding themselves.

Squeezed for cash

Big Pharma's efforts to reduce working capital will hurt CMOs for years to come.
Dec 1, 2009

Big Pharma's efforts to reduce working capital will hurt CMOs for years to come.

The Outlook for Contract Services: Is That Light at the End of the Tunnel?

Nov 24, 2009

View Jim Miller's presentation from the AAPS 2009 Meeting and Exhibition.

Sizing Up the CDMO Market

A new analysis highlights growth drivers and challenges for clinical supply-chain services.
Nov 10, 2009

A new analysis highlights growth drivers and challenges for clinical supply-chain services.

Facing Reality

Contract organizations waiting for the pipeline to come roaring back are kidding themselves.
Nov 2, 2009

Contract organizations waiting for the pipeline to come roaring back are kidding themselves.

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