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These excerpts taken from the HSP 10-K filed Feb 25, 2009.

Investing Activities

        In 2008, Net Cash Used in Investing Activities of $264.9 million includes capital expenditures of $164.3 million and $50.8 million of payments for certain intangible assets including product rights, primarily acquired in the prior year but paid in the current year, and other investments. Hospira paid $26.1 million for acquisitions and deferred consideration related to acquisitions made by Mayne Pharma in prior years. Also, Hospira purchased $24.5 million of marketable equity securities and received proceeds of $0.8 million from disposal of facilities.

        In 2007, Net Cash Used in Investing Activities of $2,228.0 million includes the acquisition of Mayne Pharma for $1,961.3 million, net of cash acquired and capital expenditures of $210.5 million. Also in connection with the acquisition of Mayne Pharma, Hospira entered into certain foreign currency forward exchange contracts to limit its exposure from currency movements of the Australian dollar. During 2007, Hospira paid $55.7 million for the settlements relating to these contracts. During 2007, Hospira paid $19.2 million for obligations related to acquisitions made by Mayne Pharma in prior years and $5.5 million for the purchase of certain intangible assets and other investments. These decreases were partially offset by proceeds from dispositions of certain product rights for $13.8 million and proceeds from the sales of marketable securities of $10.4 million.

Investing Activities



        In 2008, Net Cash Used in Investing Activities of $264.9 million includes capital expenditures of $164.3 million and
$50.8 million of payments for certain intangible assets including product rights, primarily acquired in the prior year but paid in the current year, and other investments. Hospira paid
$26.1 million for acquisitions and deferred consideration related to acquisitions made by Mayne Pharma in prior years. Also, Hospira purchased $24.5 million of marketable equity
securities and received proceeds of $0.8 million from disposal of facilities.



        In
2007, Net Cash Used in Investing Activities of $2,228.0 million includes the acquisition of Mayne Pharma for $1,961.3 million, net of cash acquired and capital
expenditures of $210.5 million. Also in connection with the acquisition of Mayne Pharma, Hospira entered into certain foreign currency forward exchange contracts to limit its exposure from
currency movements of the Australian dollar. During 2007, Hospira paid $55.7 million for the settlements relating to these contracts. During 2007, Hospira paid $19.2 million for
obligations related to acquisitions made by Mayne Pharma in prior years and $5.5 million for the purchase of certain intangible assets and other investments. These decreases were partially
offset by proceeds from dispositions of certain product rights for $13.8 million and proceeds from the sales of marketable securities of $10.4 million.



Investing Activities



        In 2008, Net Cash Used in Investing Activities of $264.9 million includes capital expenditures of $164.3 million and
$50.8 million of payments for certain intangible assets including product rights, primarily acquired in the prior year but paid in the current year, and other investments. Hospira paid
$26.1 million for acquisitions and deferred consideration related to acquisitions made by Mayne Pharma in prior years. Also, Hospira purchased $24.5 million of marketable equity
securities and received proceeds of $0.8 million from disposal of facilities.



        In
2007, Net Cash Used in Investing Activities of $2,228.0 million includes the acquisition of Mayne Pharma for $1,961.3 million, net of cash acquired and capital
expenditures of $210.5 million. Also in connection with the acquisition of Mayne Pharma, Hospira entered into certain foreign currency forward exchange contracts to limit its exposure from
currency movements of the Australian dollar. During 2007, Hospira paid $55.7 million for the settlements relating to these contracts. During 2007, Hospira paid $19.2 million for
obligations related to acquisitions made by Mayne Pharma in prior years and $5.5 million for the purchase of certain intangible assets and other investments. These decreases were partially
offset by proceeds from dispositions of certain product rights for $13.8 million and proceeds from the sales of marketable securities of $10.4 million.



These excerpts taken from the HSP 10-K filed Feb 28, 2008.

Investing Activities

        In 2007, Net Cash Used in Investing Activities of $2,228.0 million includes the acquisition of Mayne Pharma for $1,961.3 million, net of cash acquired and capital expenditures of $210.5 million. Also in connection with the acquisition of Mayne Pharma, Hospira entered into certain foreign currency forward exchange contracts to limit its exposure from currency movements of the Australian dollar. During 2007, Hospira paid $55.7 million for the settlements relating to these contracts. During 2007, Hospira paid $19.2 million for obligations related to acquisitions made by Mayne Pharma in prior years and $5.5 million for the purchase of certain intangible assets and other investments. These decreases were partially offset by proceeds from dispositions of certain product rights for $13.8 million and proceeds from the sales of marketable securities of $10.4 million.

        In 2006, Net Cash Used in Investing Activities of $251.2 million includes capital expenditures of $235.0 million for upgrading and expanding manufacturing and administrative support facilities, and information technology systems. In addition, investing activities includes proceeds from the sale of the Donegal, Ireland and Montreal, Canada facilities of $19.3 million, the use of cash of $17.1 million for the acquisition of BresaGen and $18.4 million for the purchase of certain intangible assets and other investments.

Investing Activities



        In 2007, Net Cash Used in Investing Activities of $2,228.0 million includes the acquisition of Mayne Pharma for $1,961.3 million, net of cash
acquired and capital expenditures of $210.5 million. Also in connection with the acquisition of Mayne Pharma, Hospira entered into certain foreign currency forward exchange contracts to limit
its exposure from currency movements of the Australian dollar. During 2007, Hospira paid $55.7 million for the settlements relating to these contracts. During 2007, Hospira paid
$19.2 million for obligations related to acquisitions made by Mayne Pharma in prior years and $5.5 million for the purchase of certain intangible assets and other investments. These
decreases were partially offset by proceeds from dispositions of certain product rights for $13.8 million and proceeds from the sales of marketable securities of $10.4 million.



        In
2006, Net Cash Used in Investing Activities of $251.2 million includes capital expenditures of $235.0 million for upgrading and expanding manufacturing and
administrative support facilities, and information technology systems. In addition, investing activities includes proceeds from the sale of the Donegal, Ireland and Montreal, Canada facilities of
$19.3 million, the use of cash of $17.1 million for the acquisition of BresaGen and $18.4 million for the purchase of certain intangible assets and other investments.



This excerpt taken from the HSP 10-K filed Feb 28, 2007.

Investing Activities

In 2006, Net Cash Used in Investing Activities of $251.2 million includes capital expenditures of $235.0 million for upgrading and expanding manufacturing and administrative support facilities, and information technology systems. In addition, investing activities includes proceeds from the sale of the Donegal, Ireland and Montreal, Canada facilities of $19.3 million, the use of cash of $17.1 million for the acquisition of BresaGen and $18.4 million for the purchase of certain intangible assets and other investments.

In 2005, Net Cash Used in Investing Activities of $184.4 million includes capital expenditures of $256.1 million for upgrading and expanding manufacturing, research and development and administrative support facilities, and information technology systems. In addition, investing activities include the use of cash of $23.6 million for the acquisition of Physiometrix and purchases of certain intangible assets and other investments of $9.0 million. These are offset by $72.4 million in proceeds from the sales of marketable debt securities and $31.8 million in proceeds from the sale of the Salt Lake City manufacturing facility and related assets.

This excerpt taken from the HSP 10-K filed Mar 15, 2006.

Investing Activities

        In 2005, Net Cash Used in Investing Activities of $184.4 million includes capital expenditures of $256.1 million for upgrading and expanding manufacturing, research and development and administrative support facilities and information technology systems. In addition, investing activities include the use of cash of $23.6 million for the acquisition of Physiometrix and purchases of certain intangibles and other investments of $9.0 million. These are offset by $72.4 million in proceeds from the sales of marketable debt securities and $31.8 million in proceeds from the sale of the Salt Lake City manufacturing facility and related assets.

        Hospira's investing activities in 2004 consisted primarily of capital expenditures necessary to expand and upgrade its manufacturing capabilities and infrastructure, and purchases of marketable securities. Net Cash Used in Investing Activities included payments of $228.9 million in 2004, primarily related to upgrading and expanding manufacturing, research and development and administrative support facilities, and information technology systems. Prior to the spin-off, Hospira remitted cash generated primarily from operations to Abbott. Subsequent to the spin-off, Hospira has invested cash, depending on working capital requirements, in marketable securities.

This excerpt taken from the HSP 10-K filed Mar 22, 2005.

Investing Activities

        Hospira's investing activities consist principally of capital expenditures necessary to expand and upgrade our manufacturing capabilities and infrastructure, and purchases of marketable securities. Net Cash Used in Investing Activities included payments of $228.9 million in 2004 primarily related to upgrading and expanding manufacturing, research and development and administrative support facilities, and information technology systems. Prior to the spin-off, Hospira remitted cash generated primarily from operations to Abbott. Subsequent to the spin-off, Hospira invests cash, depending on working capital requirements, in marketable securities.

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