Wednesday, November 14, 2007

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Eli Lilly Beefs Up Marketing And Product Investment in the US.(Brief Article)

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ELI LILLY and Company has announced a multi-million dollar expansion of its US marketing and global product team facilities in Indianapolis, Ind. The expansion will provide Lilly with the facilities necessary to support the growth of its late-stage product development and US marketing organizations, which have seen a combined increase in personnel of roughly 40 percent since 1999. The new investment is part of Lilly's plan to invest $1 billion for expansion of its Indiana operations.

Specifically, Lilly will invest $14 million to expand the Lilly Technology Center (LTC), which ...

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A new investment that is making new billionaires – the domain name trading

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