The greatest takeaway from examining 4 decades of data on music sales and revenue is the record industry's success in reinventing itself in the face of technological change.
The supplement has no heart benefits for patients, which doesn't bode well for the drug company's efforts to market Vascepa.
Both are posting some hearty numbers, thanks to their mobile and local qualities.
There's still plenty of work left to be done, but there are signs investors and consumers are regaining confidence.
Two earnings reports have reignited the group, and now its their turn to shine in this bull market we're in.
Too much bullishness is widely in evidence as investors and traders have been totally conditioned to 'buy the dip' and believe that the Fed has their backs.
As a matter of fairness, Congress should pass an Internet sales tax bill. But the final bill should fix problems for retailers having to deal with tax codes from multiple jurisdictions.
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