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Disneyland: Shanghai, here I come! Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 04 November 2009 18:45

Nov.4, 2009 8:30AM (GMT+8), the information Office of Shanghai municiple government claimed the Shanghai Disneyland Project was approved by related national department.

It was said the framework agreement of Shanghai Disneyland Project was signed at beginning of 2009 taking reciprocity and mutual benifit as principle after several years of contact and negociation, meanwhile, reported the project application to national department concerned, and Robert A. Iger, Disneys chief executive, described this achievement as a "milestone".

Last Updated on Wednesday, 04 November 2009 19:11
MSD Dick Clark Announcement Print E-mail
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Monday, 07 September 2009 11:41

Dear Colleagues:

Today we are taking an important step in building the new Merck by announcing the structure that will enable the new company's success and the leadership team that will guide us into the future.

The structure we are adopting will build on the combined strengths of Merck and Schering-Plough to create a more customer-focused, innovative and diversified global health care company.  It also will allow us to capitalize on our greatest opportunities for growth: emerging markets, biologics and vaccines; a strong and complementary portfolio spanning key therapeutic areas; an expanded pipeline to deliver innovative medicines for patients; and promising animal health and consumer health care businesses.

Last Updated on Monday, 07 September 2009 11:48
Merck & Co. CEO Letter to Employee Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 11 March 2009 09:12
merck_puppetize_schering_plough.jpgDear colleagues,

This is one of the most important days in the history of our company.

A few moments ago, we announced our decision to merge with our long-term partner, Schering-Plough, in a transaction valued at $41.1 billion.

My letter explains how the combination of Merck and Schering-Plough benefits our people, patients, science and shareholders.

But now I want to address two important questions: Why this combination – and why now?

Our Plan to Win strategy was designed to get us in shape, organizationally and financially, so we could take advantage of the right opportunity to grow our business. This is one such opportunity.

By combining the strength of our two global companies we will have the scale and scope necessary to continue our shared mission of providing life saving therapies for patients. Our product portfolios and pipelines are highly complementary. And our long-standing partnership will make our integration a real combination of the best we both offer.

I hope you are as excited about today's news as I am.  The tremendous effort you have dedicated to helping execute our strategy has positioned us for this moment.  And I thank you. I am confident that Merck, going forward, will achieve even more.

Integrating two complex organizations will not be easy.  It will take hard work and a concerted effort to make this transition as quick and smooth as possible for everyone.  To help ensure our success, we have formed an Integration team to decide on the best ways to bring together the capabilities and talent of the combined company.

In the months ahead – as we work through the fine details of this merger – the Executive Committee and I will communicate our progress on a regular basis.  I am counting on each of you to stay focused on what we ask – whether it means remaining focused on your current work or getting directly involved in the integration process.  Most important, I ask that you don't lose sight of the core values that have made us who we are today and that will continue to serve us well as we enter this exciting new chapter.

Thank you.

Dick Clark
Last Updated on Wednesday, 11 March 2009 11:50

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