Carmat Fails to Meet Heart-Device Goals as Stock Holds UpAlbertina Torsoli
Carmat SAS, the medical-device maker whose shares soared more than sixfold in 2 1/2 years, said in 2011 it expected its experimental artificial heart to be sold in Europe this year. As it turns out, it’s not even close.
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