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TABS Group promotes Bill Laros

BY Allison Cerra

SHELTON, Conn. — The TABS Group has promoted one of its senior consultants.

The company said Bill Laros, who joined the company in 2006, has been named partner. Laros, TABS Group founder and president Kurt Jetta said, has been "instrumental" in developing the TABS WorldView service, which integrates and harmonizes syndicated retail sales data from multiple markets and data suppliers. Jetta also noted that Laros "has done an outstanding job in expanding TABS Group reach to such major [consumer packaged goods] players as Mars, Hormel and Pfizer," adding that Laros’ promotion will continue to allow TABS Group to expand further in the CPG industry.

"Our growth is due to innovative marketing approaches, along with our cutting-edge technology and software, including the recent launch of our new TABS WorldView service," Jetta said.

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Teva names two new executives

BY Alaric DeArment

JERUSALEM — Teva Pharmaceutical Industries has named Carlo De Notaristefani as president and CEO of global operations and Aharon "Arik" Yaari as EVP community and institutional affairs, the Israeli drug maker said Thursday.

The company said De Notaristefani and Yaari would report directly to Teva president and CEO Jeremy Levin.

"We are delighted to have Carlo and Arik in these roles," Levin said. "Teva has a long history of bringing affordable medicines to patients around the world. Through its founding days in Israel, the company has prided itself on the people who have contributed to making Teva a leader in both generic and branded medicines."


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Panasonic develops new portable beauty tools

BY Antoinette Alexander

SECAUCUS, N.J. — Panasonic has expanded its growing portfolio of beauty products with the launch of three new products: a heated eyelash curler, precision body shaver and facial hair trimmer.

The newest products join Panasonic’s current beauty product portfolio, which includes facial steamers, pore cleansers and bikini trimmers.

"Whether commuting to work, dashing to a favorite gym class or jet-setting for a weekend getaway, having the right beauty and grooming essentials is a must. Our new line of compact beauty tools answers the growing need for on-the-go beauty solutions," stated Walter Taffarello, group marketing manager of Panasonic Consumer Marketing of North America. "The best products multitask, take up minimal space and leave women feeling fresh and fabulous. To provide on-the-go women with products they need to be effortlessly beautiful, Panasonic engineers have carefully crafted heated eyelash curlers, precision body shavers and facial hair trimmers perfect for any purse, gym or makeup bag."

The new Panasonic EH-SE60VP heated eyelash curler creates natural long-lasting curls in seconds, with or without mascara. With a 360-degree rotating comb, the new device allows women to attain natural and voluminous lashes without expensive extensions. It has a suggested retail price of $39.99.

The new Panasonic EH-WR40VP precision body shaver is the ideal companion for any woman who needs a quick touch-up before rushing out the door. With ultra-thin blades and a pivoting head, the body shaver offers an extra close shave for the entire body avoiding nicks or cuts. It is designed to be used without water and has a suggested retail price of $29.99.

The Panasonic ER-GN25VP facial hair trimmer offers precision to discreetly get rid of stray facial hairs or a brow touch-up between waxing. With a washable and detachable head, the trimming wand removes any unwanted hair from the eyebrows or face. It has a suggested retail price of $29.99.

The three Panasonic pocket-sized women’s beauty and grooming products are available at Amazon.com, La Curacao, J&R, Kohls.com and Kmart.

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