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News: Price takes up chief marketing role with bmi

bmi has appointed Antony Price as director marketing & customer with immediate effect. Based at the airline’s East Midlands hub and reporting to airline chief commercial officer Jochen Schnadt, Price will drive strategic efforts to further enhance bmi’s brand awareness across the carrier’s pan-European network, unlock new customer markets, and further develop the product proposition in line with bmi’s philosophy to deliver a seamless and convenient product to its customers. Price brings over 20 years’ aviation experience and has held senior leadership positions with Air New Zealand and British Airways,…

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Coca-Cola to cut bottle size but increase price in face of sugar tax

Coca-Cola has announced it will cut the size of a 1.75l bottle to 1.5l and put up the price by 20p in March, because of the introduction of a sugar tax on soft drinks from April this year. However, the company said it has no plans to change its classic recipe. “People love the taste… and have told us not to change,” a spokesman said. Coca-Cola Classic contains 10.6g of sugar per 100ml. Under the terms of the government’s new tax, it will be subject to a tax of 24p…

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Trump health pick wary of government drug price negotiations

President Donald Trump’s pick for health secretary is telling senators he’s wary of a broad government role in negotiating prescription drug prices. Alex Azar, a former pharmaceutical and government executive, told the Senate Finance Committee on Tuesday that he believes drug prices are too high and he’s committed to trying to lower them. But he said allowing Medicare to negotiate drug prices across the board risks restricting choice for patients, since the government would have to establish a national formulary, or approved list of discounted medications. Azar’s comments came under…

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Civilization VI Comes to iPad with a Whopping $60 Price Tag

This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. Most games for smartphones and tablets are designed to be simpler than PC and console titles. These games appeal to different audiences, and they’re easier to play in short sessions on the go. That’s not the case with the latest high-profile iPad game release. Civilization VI is now available as an iPad exclusive, and you can try it for free. If you want the full game, it’ll cost you a whopping $ 60. For the…

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Jose Mourinho admits some players could leave Manchester United in January for the “right price”

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho has paved the way for departures next month, stating “every player has a price”. Mourinho sanctioned two major sales last January, allowing Memphis Depay to join Lyon and sending Morgan Schneiderlin to Everton, and could be ready to act again. Henrikh Mkhitaryan appears to be on the most precarious ground, with the Armenian not even making the matchday squad for the past five fixtures, and United continually linked to attacking talent including Arsenal’s Mesut Ozil and Atletico Madrid’s Antoine Griezmann. If he continues to play…

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Katie Price breaks down over what could be 'last Christmas' with her mum

Katie Price had to leave the set of ITV’s Loose Women after getting upset about her mother, who has the same lung disease that killed Keith Chegwin. Price said she went on the show to raise awareness of idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF), but was overcome with emotion when discussing her mum Amy. Chegwin had been giving her mother advice before his death, she said. “Keith got in touch and we’ve been speaking to him a lot and he was trying to help my mum,” the star said. “I knew all…

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Drug companies sue to block California drug price law

Pharmaceutical companies on Friday sued to block a new California law that would require them to give advance notice before big price increases. The law was approved this year in response to consumer outrage over a rise in drug spending and high costs for some prescription treatments, including new Hepatitis C medications and EpiPens to control allergic reactions. The Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America, a trade group for drugmakers, said in its lawsuit that California’s law illegally tries to dictate national health policy. Because the law is tied to…

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