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AstraZeneca India job cuts likely to hurt drug research
New Delhi: Theextensive layoffs at London-listed drug maker AstraZeneca Plc's research outfits have hit India. On 13 February, the firm's Bangalore subsidiary laid off 19 employees—15 of them middle-level and senior scientists involved in the research ...
AstraZeneca closing Montreal R&D plant
British drug maker AstraZeneca is closing its Montreal research centre as part of a global move to cut costs and improve its productivity as it warned of a tough year ahead.
AstraZeneca to cut 7300 jobs worldwide
AstraZeneca Loses Ruling Over 2018 and 2021 Crestor Patents
AstraZeneca Plc lost a U.S. appeals court bid to protect its best-selling drug, Crestor, from generic competition until as late as 2021.
Astra takes brand cancer drug straight to patients
AstraZeneca Plc is selling breast cancer drug Arimidex directly to U.S. patients, offering an option for people who want to pay for the brand instead of generic versions.
Greek Doctors Battle Hospital Superbug
The drug-resistant K. pneumoniae bacteria have a genetic mutation that allows them to evade such powerful drugs as AstraZeneca Plc's Merrem and Johnson & Johnson's Doribax. A 2010 survey found 49 percent of K. pneumoniae samples in Greece aren't ...
Am I in danger of losing half of my money?
Q: I have invested more than �90,000 in a stocks and shares ISA with Legal & General (L&G) by putting away a small amount each month since ISAs were launched and using up my annual allowance before the end of each financial year.
FSA secures �64000 for boiler room fraud victims
The City watchdog has obtained a court order against a firm operating a boiler room scam, and secured around €77,000 (around �64,000) in compensation for its victims.
Thomas Cook summer bookings hold up as it fights back from the brink of collapse
Tour operator Thomas Cook has launched a valiant fightback against recent trading woes and managed to hold the line in the battle for summer bookings.
Special Report: A prescription for corruption
Officials at drugs companies AstraZeneca Plc, Sanofi SA and Actavis confirmed they were served in July and August 2011 with criminal indictments related to allegedly improper payments to physicians including Borojevic at his state-run institute, and ...
CITY DIARY: US defense budget update and UK inflation report plus Cable ...
The plight of struggling firms Cable & Wireless Worldwide and Thorntons will be in the spotlight next week during another busy few days for results.