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WASHINGTON-It has always been a Bob Cratchit/Ebenezer Scrooge sort of business..."empty as a banker's heart" and so forth.
INDIANAPOLIS - Eli Lilly said Thursday its depression drug edivoxetine failed in late-stage clinical testing, and it doesn't plan to file for marketing approval of the drug.
Jonathan Trott must be one of the strongest, most courageous people in sports. He proved that by trying to play his best cricket for England while battling stress-related illness and proved it again by then acknowledging that he couldn't, at least for now.
Dear Debt Adviser, - For most of my life, I made very little money. I struggled with bad credit and had my car repossessed. Recently, though, my financial fortunes have changed for the better. I now earn more than $12,000 per month in my business, and that income is growing steadily. Despite the added cash flow, I think I'm still trying to overcome my poverty mentality.
Warm smells of Banana Cake filled my kitchen, blending with abundant memories of a generation slipping into shadows, including the recall of old businesses such as A&P stores that once thrived nationwide.
"PARACHUTE JUMPER" (1933. NOT RATED. WARNER ARCHIVE. $21.99.)
This 1933 film is an entertaining curio from the depths of the Great Depression that I've seen several times but never expected would come to DVD. It's a comedy, funny and outrageous, and yet it reveals such underlying hopelessness that it's fascinating to watch and worthy of study.