Microsoft’s Windows 8 Release Date Approaches and 3 Dow Movers Garnering Attention

The Coca-Cola Company (NYSE:KO) and Sanofi (NYSE:SNY) establish a 50-50 partnership through which to introduce a variety of drinks featuring various well-being and beauty claims, according to the Wall Street Journal. The drinks will be knows as Beautific Oenobiol and will debut in French pharmacies this autumn.

Microsoft Corporation’s (NASDAQ:MSFT) remake of the Windows computer operating system, Windows 8, is due to be available on October 28th. Walt Mossberg at the Wall Street Journal reports that the tile-based environment is “a bold move and in my view, works very well and is a welcome step.” In addition, he predicts that the radical overhaul “will require re-learning the most familiar computing system on the planet.”

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Pfizer (NYSE:PFE) reports that a Phase 3 study of Inlyta did not meet its primary endpoint of demonstrating statistically significantly longer progression-free survival, compared to sorafenib, in treatment-naive patients suffering from advanced renal cell carcinoma. A preliminary review of the data indicated that overall the median PFS for Inlyta was greater than the median PFS for sorafenib, but did not meet statistical significance.

AT&T (NYSE:T) and Embedded Wireless are collaborating to wirelessly enable a new remote patient monitoring platform so as to allow caring for patients outside of hospitals and nursing homes to be more accessible and also to enhance quality of life for the elderly. On Wednesday, the firms said that AT&T will be the exclusive 4 gigabyte LTE mobile Internet supplier for the Zilant Wellness Remote Monitoring Platform along with a mobile personal emergency response system.

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