Medtronic Sees U.S. Medical Device Tax Cutting 2013 EarningsMichelle Fay Cortez
Medtronic Inc., the world’s biggest-maker of heart rhythm devices, said it is planning for a U.S. tax on medical products that will cost the company $125 million to $175 million annually starting next year.
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