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Weis Markets names new SVP operations

BY Michael Johnsen

SUNBURY, Pa. — Weis Markets on Wednesday announced David Gose has joined the company as SVP operations.

In that capacity Gose will oversee the day-to-day operation and management of the company’s stores. He reports to COO Kurt Schertle.

Prior to joining Weis, Gose was senior director and regional general manager, Walmart Ohio where he oversaw 92 stores and more than 30,000 full and part-time associates. He has more than 24 years of retailing experience. Earlier in his career at Walmart, he worked as a district manager in the company’s Midwest and Northeast/Mid-Atlantic divisions. 

Gose earned a degree in Business Administration from Ohio University.

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Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories records $2.2 billion in annual sales, up 14%

BY Michael Johnsen

HYDERABAD, India — Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories on Tuesday posted $2.2 billion in annual sales for the fiscal year ended March 31, representing growth of 14%.

The company launched 54 new generic products and filed 51 new product registrations and 61 Drug Master Files globally in fiscal year 2014.

Revenues from the company’s global generics segment totaled $1.8 billion, with year-on-year growth of 27%, primarily driven by North America and emerging markets. Revenues from North America for fiscal year 2014 totaled more than $900 million with year-on-year growth of 46%. Growth was largely driven by key launches with limited competition. Nine new products were launched during the year, including azacitidine, decitabine, zoledronic acid, donepezil 23mg and divalproex ER.

Cumulatively, Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories has 62 ANDAs pending for approval with the Food and Drug Administration, of which 39 are Paragraph IVs, out of which nine have ‘First To File’ status.

 

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Joey New York acquires Joey New York brand of beauty products

BY Antoinette Alexander

SUNNY ISLES, Fla. — Joey New York has acquired the Joey New York brand of skin care and beauty products through its acquisition of RAR Beauty.

"The Joey New York brand will now have expanded access to the capital needed to develop once again into a significant brand in the skin care, cosmetics and personal care industry; not only through organic growth, but also through strategic acquisitions of companies in which we can integrate into the Joey New York brand business model," stated Richard Roer, president of Joey New York.

In the early 1990s, the Joey New York brand pioneered the "instant visible results spa at home concept," and produced products that were deemed "the safe alternatives to painful, costly dermatological procedures,” the company stated. Founder Joey Chancis has worked to reinvent the Joey New York brand.

"We believe this acquisition marks a significant event in the renewed growth of the Joey New York brand by providing new opportunities for us to expand our current product assortment, as well as develop additional skin care and cosmetic products for multi-channel distribution. We strive to accommodate the consumer demand for high quality beauty products, affordable prices and fast acting formulas. These markets include prestige, masstige, mass and health/wellness stores both domestically and internationally. I want to express my gratitude to my loyal customers who, for over two decades, have believed in me and my products, and I look forward to sharing more exciting products with you in the future," Chancis said.

 

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