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The Coca-Cola Co. and Monster Beverage Corp. have entered an agreement for a long-term strategic partnership that aims to spur growth for both companies in the global energy drink market.
Doug Martin, executive vice president and chief financial officer of Newell Rubbermaid Inc., is leaving the company to take the same post at Spectrum Brands Holdings.
Merck has received approval from the Food and Drug Administration for Belsomra, a medication for adults with insomnia.
The maker of Relief OTC, a new liquid antacid, thinks it has a quicker, more palatable solution for heartburn sufferers.
The Always feminine care brand has unveiled Always Discreet, a new line of incontinence products to help women with sensitive bladders manage their condition.
Sanofi US has launched an authorized generic version of Eloxatin, a cancer medication, through Winthrop US, the company's generic drug division.
A study by pharmacy automation provider Kirby Lester LLC found that 97% of its KL60 and KL100 pharmacy robot users reported their device improved their pharmacy's operations.
Mylan Inc. has released capecitabine tablets (150 mg and 500 mg), a treatment for cancer.
ECRM has hired retail business-to-business media veteran Joseph Tarnowski as vice president and chief content officer.
Gary Rodkin, chief executive officer of ConAgra Foods Inc., plans to retire next spring.
Colgate-Palmolive has expanded its Colgate Total product lineup with the launch of Colgate Total Lasting White Mouthwash.
Janssen Pharmaceuticals Inc. has been cleared by the Food and Drug Administration to market Invokamet, a combination therapy for adults with type 2 diabetes.