Sony To Axe 10,000 Jobs; Britney All Set To Judge ‘X Factor’

Sony Sony said that it will slash 10,000 jobs or around 6% of its global staff, and turn around its money-losing TV biz with the aim to come back to profit after four years of red ink.

Bank of America Corp. (BAC) is realigning its biz sections to reflect a regenerated focus simplifying the banking institution and to better sell a variety of products directed at the same clients.

Britney Spears and Simon Cowell are about to become TV's next commanding pair. The pop diva is near to signing a big-bucks contract to turn judge on X Factor.

Recently, the Ontario medicos have lifted up fears over the codeine-laced
pain pills. The physicians have observed that codeine-laced pain pills can lead to grave health complication to children and could cause death.

Kodak Not Making Digital Cameras Anymore

Eastman Kodak Eastman Kodak Co. stated that it will discontinue fabricating digital cameras, pocket video cameras and digital picture frames in a move, which marks the end of an era for the stressed 132-year-old firm.

If you are a buff of Adele and, guessing by the numbers, most of you are -- then you are doubtlessly going to be really contented this Sunday night.

With the aim to boost up its brand, Sony has renamed Play station Networks as Sony Entertainment Network.

The FDA has given nod to Sklice, a no-comb, 10-minute cure for head lice.

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.

Mission: Impossible Tops ‘BO’ With $26.5 Mln; Tepco Demands $8.8B Additional Help For Japan Disaster

Tom Cruise Tom Cruise’s Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol stayed at the number one position at the BO during the Christmas weekend after making $26.5 million.

According to fresh reports, it has been disclosed that a female suffering from Gilles de la Tourette syndrome who recently experienced irrepressible spasms has had everything but relief after an incident in which physicians conducted a drilling surgical procedure into her head for the sake placing electrodes in her brain.

Samsung Electronics has decided to takeover Sony's complete equity stake in their liquid crystal display (LCD) venture. The Korean electronics manufacturer will make a payment of 1.08tn won ($939m; £600m) in cash to Sony.

Bradley Cooper Named As ‘Sexiest Man Alive’; Oil Hovers Below $99 Per Barrel

Bradley Cooper The 36-year-old actor Bradley Cooper has been named as the Sexiest Man Alive.

Sony is said to be devising a web-based TV service, which would stream content over associated Televisions, PlayStations and blu-ray players and challenge cable TV. The company has stacks of incentive for wanting to foray into the TV service market.

Oil rates hovered below$99 per barrel today in Asia amongst concern Europe's debt disaster will weaken the continent's financial development and crude requirement.

UK consumer groups have looked into claims regarding the health advantages of sea salt as compared to table salt and reasoned out that they are without merit. They stated that the illusion of health advantages from costly sea- and rock-salt contribute to the UK's hazardously high levels of salt intake.

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