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Panasonic To Roll Out Eluga In Europe; J&J’s CEO Bill Weldon To Retire In April

Panasonic Panasonic will go back to the European mobile phone market with a novel assortment names the Eluga, the Japanese electronics company stated.

Ann Romney presented her hubby, Mitt Romney, as a turnaround expert who can fix the Unites States of America during her address at the Jackson County Republican Party Lincoln Day Dinner on Monday night.

Johnson & Johnson’s insider pick of Alex Gorsky as the novel CEO commencing in April lifts the executive who is most conversant with the wellbeing and quality matters, which have plagued the firm.

Demises from liver-annihilating hepatitis C are going up, and fresh records shows baby boomers especially should be cautious — they are more exposed.

Call For European Union To Control Greek Financial Plan; Sony Rolls Out 3 New Cyber-Shot Digital Cameras

Olli Rehn European Union heads assemble for their initial summit of this year as a worsening financial system and the fight to complete a Greek debt writeoff risk sidetracking attempts to eradicate the financial disaster.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (USFDA) approved Amylin Pharmaceuticals Inc.'s diabetes medication Bydureon after a prolonged regulatory procedure in which the agency necessitated additional testing to ease safety fears.

Sony has declared 3 new Cyber-shot point-and-shoot cameras, taking the overall number of novel cameras in the year 2012 to 6. The new DSC-WX50, DSC-WX70, and DSC-TX200V will be available by March 2012.

Daniel Radcliffe is a self-described high-powered individual, which made it a authentic challenge for him to don the character of a grief-stricken, buttoned-up 19th century legal representative in his novel flick.

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