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Pfizer to acquire Wyeth in merger of two drug giants, job cuts follow TRENTON, N.J. (AP) - Analysts don't see any benefit for consumers in the acquisition of one big drug manufacturer by another. But they're split on how good the deal is for the...
Zap2It.comIn the Friday CBS drama "Numb3rs" -- which returns with original episodes after the Winter Olympics -- David Krumholtz plays Charlie Eppes, a mathematician at a fictional university called Cal Sci, which, for all intents and purposes is Caltech, short for...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterBefore dawn one damp October morning three years ago, Leonardo and Vicente Diaz descended a muddy slope deep in Mexico's southeastern rain forest, hopped into a canoe and crossed the big river the Aztecs called "place of monkeys." The North American Free...
Los Angeles TimesI never would have passed trigonometry without my graphing calculator. Not only did it plot x and y coordinates perfectly, but its downloadable games provided just enough distraction to endure Miss Welch's lectures. Current models are far superior to the...
Tribune staff reporterPalmOne's Treo 600, the darling of the tech set last year, gets a makeover inside and out in the form of the new Treo 650. If 650 is 8.33 percent more than 600, is the new smart phone 8.33 percent better than its predecessor? Let's find out. Outside,...
Chicago Tribune staff reporterIt is getting harder these days to find a quiet place free of the chatter from someone talking on a mobile phone. On trains or buses, even standing in line for a sandwich, conversations abound. But in places like hospitals and airplanes, where the fear...
Tribune staff reporterMicrosoft Corp. recently announced revenue of $9.19 billion for the quarter ended Sept. 30. Redmond's revenue from its Home and Entertainment segment grew 9 percent, thanks to increased sales of Xbox consoles and games. The system's price drop to $150...
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Times Staff WriterTexas Instruments Inc., the world's dominant chip supplier for wireless phones, said Tuesday that orders from phone makers are starting to pick up, signaling the initial signs of a rebound in demand for mobile handsets. The company still believes sales...
Tribune staff reporterWhen Cummins Inc., the diesel enginemaker based in Columbus, Ind., opened a product research center here recently, a Hindu priest set up a small shrine next to a new office cubicle and led employees in prayer. He lit sticks of incense and dipped...
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