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Management of Corruption Risks - Business Lessons from GSK

The Department of Justice (DOJ) and Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) have made it abundantly clear over the past several years that companies should assess their risk and then manage their own risks. 1,279 more words


Experimental Ebola vaccines breakthrough "protect monkeys from disease for 10 months"

A pair of experimental Ebola vaccines that protect monkeys from the fatal disease ravaging West Africa have been developed.

The vaccine is effective for at least five weeks in lab monkeys but requires boosting with an additional vaccine to extend its protection to 10 months, according to a new study.  340 more words


Recent Purchase - GSK

GSK was one of my stocks I had mentioned in my August watch list. The stock has been trading around its 52 week low for most of the month. 307 more words


More MPs predicted to quit as scientists find cure for conservatism

Scientists have this morning confirmed that the most recent outbreak of conservatism may soon be under control.

Dr Bertram Onions of GlaxoSmithKline told us that initial trials on members of parliament had proved promising and the drug was now ready to be administered to all MPs exhibiting symptoms of the debilitating condition. 241 more words


Testing Begins On Ebola Vaccine Developed By Local Drug Company

By Pat Loeb

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Human trials start this week on an Ebola vaccine developed by local pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline.

GSK has been working on the vaccine for some time as part of its bio-security collaboration with federal defense and health officials, according to Donna Altenpohl, vice president for public policy: 255 more words