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Changes between Version 317 and Version 318 of SandBox


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Jul 7, 2006, 10:37:02 AM (16 years ago)
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    36 26            <title>Bausch &amp; Lomb Says Brand Damaged</title>
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    39 29         
    40 30            Bausch &amp; Lomb's CEO acknowledged its ReNu brand has been damaged by the withdrawal of its MoistureLoc lens solution amid concerns of eye infections. Walgreen stopped selling all ReNu brands, signaling broader fallout. (Conference call transcript)
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    48 38            <title>Auto Executive Blasts Incentives</title>
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    51 41         
    52 42            Carlos Ghosn urged fellow auto executives to reduce their reliance on product discounts and steer away from "bland, safe, cookie-cutter designs."
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    60 50            <title>Skilling Defends Lay on the Stand</title>
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    63 53         
    64 54            Skilling testified that he and Enron founder Ken Lay were a "good team" that never knowingly broke the law. (Skilling excerpts)
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    76 66            The Dow industrials rose at the open on a lower trade gap and positive earnings, overcoming ongoing worries about Iran and rising oil prices.
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    84 74            <title>Red-Hot Housing Markets Start to Cool</title>
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    88 78            Home sales in Florida and other areas that saw the biggest price surges in the past five years are now languishing without buyers or even prospects.
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    96 86            <title>Moussaoui Jury Hears Cockpit Recording</title>
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    99 89         
    100 90            Jurors in the Moussaoui trial heard the cockpit voice recording from Flight 93, in which passengers tried to retake the hijacked plane, which crashed in a Pennsylvania field. The recording had never been played publicly before. (Cockpit transcript)
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    108 98            <title>Fosamax Could Become Merck's Next Woe</title>
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    112 102            Plaintiffs' attorneys are setting their sights on another Merck drug, Fosamax, that they say is linked to a rare jaw disease.
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    115 105            <pubDate>Tue, 11 Apr 2006 23:36:00 EDT</pubDate>
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    124 114            The U.S. trade deficit narrowed by 4.1% to $65.74 billion during February as purchases of foreign oil, automobiles, and other goods decreased.
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