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Business News on July 21, 2012

DirecTV and Viacom agrees deal; Ends nine-day channel blackout
Over a dozen channels blacked out will now become available on DirecTV Andhra News

Batero Gold (TSXV:BAT) Releases Details of 2012/2013 Work Program at Gold Project in Colombia - Video Summary Posted on
Batero Gold (TSXV:BAT) has released details of its 2012/2013 work program at its 100% owned Batero-Quinchia gold project located in the department of Risaralda, Colombia. The property is located 190 kilometres north of Bogota, and 55 kilometres northof the Matecana International has produced a "video news alert" about Batero Gold ACN Newswire

'Sony Student Project Abroad (China) 2012' International Youth Program
Sony Corporation today announced that it will invite 30 high school students from the cities of Tianjin, Changsha, and Kunming in China to Japan as part of its "Sony Student Project Abroad (China) 2012" program. The eight-day program is being run incooperation with the All China Youth Federation, China's largest youth group, and will take place from July 23rd to July 30th ACN Newswire

Healthcare Review: Onyx Pharmaceuticals Gets FDA OK, Somaxon & Cepheid Slump On News
U.S. Stocks retreated on Friday after posting solid gains earlier in the week as financials are weighing on the broader market. Several healthcare stocks are showing unusual swings after their corporate developments at mid day on Friday.Onyx Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (NASDAQ:ONXX) extended gains in mid day after being halted for pending news and the stock rose 12.50% to $76 ACN Newswire

TACO DEL MAR(R) Pop-Up Beach Heats Up Downtown Seattle and Serves Up Fun
Hundreds of people gathered smack in the middle of downtown Seattle this afternoon to enjoy a day at the beach! How? It was all made possible thanks to TACO DEL MAR®'s pop-up beach, which prominently took over Westlake Park and offered Seattleites an afternoon of beach volleyball, sandcastle building, live DJ action and a chance to catch some welcomed rays with their toes in the sand. MarketWire

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