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Top of the morning to you, and a fine one it is. How so? A warm and shiny sun is dissipating the chilly wintry air enveloping the Pharmalot campus, where the short people have left for their productive pursuits and we are surrounded by snoozing mascots. This is another way of saying we are left to proceed on our usual hunt for items of interest. So time to get cracking. Grab a cup of stimulation or, if you prefer, a bottle of water and enjoy the tidbits collected below. Hope your day is challenging and rewarding. And of course, do keep us in mind when interesting things pop …

Boehringer Ingelheim will eliminate more than 10 percent of its staff in France — 327 positions, which includes 197 in human health and 130 in its animal health unit, Pharmaphorum writes. The move comes nearly two years after the company acquired the Sanofi (SNY) animal health unit in exchange for its consumer health division. All told, Boehringer employs 2,800 employees in France across both divisions. The cuts come on the heels of plans by Sanofi to axe 670 jobs in France.

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