Smith+Nephew is the first to market the revision knee indication on a robotic platform - Ortho Spine News

Smith+Nephew is the first to market the revision knee indication on a robotic platform – Ortho Spine News

LONDON, Sept. 26, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Smith+Nephew (LSE: SN, NYSE:SNN), the global medical technology company, today announces the first cases of revision knee replacement using its CORI◊ Surgical System. Dr. Thorsten Seyler of Duke University performed the first cases on August 17, 2022, combining wearable robotic technology from Smith+Nephew with his LEGION◊ Revision Knee System. …

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Fed official warns UK tax cuts increase risk of global recession

Fed official warns UK tax cuts increase risk of global recession

The British government’s new budget plan has heightened economic uncertainty and increased the chances of a global recession, a senior US central bank official warned after the pound rose to a record high. Speaking as the pound plummeted as traders digested Britain’s Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng’s £45 billion tax cut package, Raphael Bostic, chairman of the …

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$100M Deli Scheme in New Jersey Leads to Federal Charges Against Father and Son

$100M Deli Scheme in New Jersey Leads to Federal Charges Against Father and Son

Three men have been charged with fraud and other crimes in a scheme involving a company that was worth $100 million on the stock market when it had only a small New Jersey deli in its name, federal authorities announced on Monday. The three men – James Patten, 63, of Winston-Salem, North Carolina; Peter Coker …

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Reviews |  Britain replaced Italy as Europe's problem economy

Reviews | Britain replaced Italy as Europe’s problem economy

Earlier this month, pessimists on the lookout for the next financial crisis in Europe pointed the finger at Italy. As the pessimists predicted, Italians elected a populist coalition led by the post-fascist Italian Brothers party. But a funny reversal happened. The Italian economy seems temporarily stable. Britain has become the weak power in Europe. Which …

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Macabre moans haunt American Airlines flight intercoms

Macabre moans haunt American Airlines flight intercoms

It’s not Halloween yet, but American Airlines passengers have reported ghoulish moans and ghostly breaths over intercom systems on several flights over the past few months. Film producer Emerson Collins captured the eerie cacophony on his Sept. 6 flight from Los Angeles to Dallas. The video has racked up millions of views on Twitter and …

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Fed officials monitor market volatility, say inflation remains a priority

Fed officials monitor market volatility, say inflation remains a priority

Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register WASHINGTON, Sept 26 (Reuters) – U.S. Federal Reserve officials on Monday put an end to rising volatility in global markets, from falling U.S. stocks to currency turmoil overseas, and said their priority remained control. domestic inflation. When asked at a Washington Post event whether he felt …

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Biden's new minimum tax could hit Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway hardest, study finds

Biden’s new minimum tax could hit Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway hardest, study finds

Former Reagan economic adviser Art Laffer blasts Democratic stimulus spending for exacerbating inflation crisis. The new minimum corporate tax signed into law by President Biden last month will not have the same impact on large corporations. A small percentage will bear the heaviest burden, according to the news to research from the University of North …

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Major economies sink into recession as war in Ukraine stifles growth, says OECD

According to the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), the world’s major economies are sliding into recession as the global energy and inflation crises triggered by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine reduce the growth more than expected. Heavy reliance on expensive gas for heavy industry and domestic heating will plunge Germany, Italy and the UK …

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