The results have immediate implications for 1 million Americans who suffer mild heart attacks or chest pain each year. They may also make it easier for other experimental medicines from companies such as Eli Lilly to reach patients.
With help from companies like Indianapolis-based CMG Worldwide, deceased icons like James Dean, Michael Jackson, Elvis Presley and Amelia Earhart are enjoying unprecedented success, out-earning even their former flesh-and-blood selves.
The global firm is planning 2,600 job cuts over 18 months, primarily in its aerospace division. Its Indianapolis operations, which employ about 4,500 people, are devoted mostly to civil and defense aerospace work.
Shares in Novo Nordisk A/S, Eli Lilly and Co. and other makers of diabetes therapies sank Tuesday after Sanofi CEO Chris Viehbacher said competition on prices in the United States will hurt sales next year.