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  • But nowhere in any of the material did she find a reference to the word Elan, or special blood.

    Touch a Dark Wolf

  • Last year, U. S.-based Johnson & Johnson paid $885 million for an 18.4% stake in Elan and acquired rights to advanced research into drugs for Alzheimer's disease, representing most of the value credited to the Elan Alzheimer's pipeline at the time.

    Drug Maker Elan Swings to Loss

  • Elan, which isn't profitable, needs funds to pay for expensive studies of its experimental drugs, and to pay off its $1.8 billion in debt, $1.2 billion of which is due in November 2011.

    Elan, Needing Funds, Reviews Strategy

  • Another shareholder, Matt Strobeck, a partner at Westfield Capital Management Co., which owns about 4% of Elan, said in an interview Friday that there is a "frustrating" lack of pharmaceutical sales and marketing experience at Elan, which is reflected by the weak sales of key products.

    Elan Holder Pushes to Oust CEO

  • Mr. Icahn said Friday that Elan, which is based in Ireland, had called him to say it wouldn't stand in the way "if Biogen were sold in the near future."

    Biogen Considers a Sale;

  • We recently spoke with Kam about these stocks, as well as Irish biotech Elan, which is nearly five times higher than it was last April.

    Sticking With Energy And Elan

  • And they met when they were both working for Joe Kennedy's campaign to get into Congress, and they had in common with each other the fact that they had been to this nightmare school called the Elan School.

    CNN Transcript May 20, 2002

  • Compelled by his own family to attend a reform school in Maine called Elan-which his lawyer, Mickey Sherman, later described as the "Hanoi Hilton" - Michael was subjected to hazings aimed at speeding his recovery.

    In Skakel Defense, R.F.K. Jr.'s Piece Summons Questions

  • Wilson was part-owner of a Washington nightclub called Elan and was the subject of a 1978 Washington Post profile titled "Charles Wilson: Every Day's a Party for Him."

    statesman.com - Highschool

  • Wilson was part-owner of a Washington nightclub called Elan and was the subject of a 1978 Washington Post profile titled "Charles Wilson: Every Day's a Party for Him."

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