change is not synonymous with cutting costs.
We are engaged in an ongoing effort to enhance efficiencies throughout the company and improve the way we discover, develop, manufacture and market our medicines and vaccines.
The problem with an article like that is that we haven't had time to talk to employees. We're very unhappy. We want to tell our employees first.
I'm confident this first phase of the restructuring plan sets the course for us.
You need to continue to work on your cost element. But you're not going to save your way to growth. You need to develop products.
The e-mails are not as implied. It's like guilt by association.
I initiate a lot of stops.
They (computers) run our electric power grid, out telecommunications network, they run our railroads, our banking system, and all of them are vulnerable, at some level, to some degree to information warfare, or cyber-terrorism.
There are governments that are building units, military units and intelligence units, to engage in information warfare. They are developing capabilities, they are building the units, and in some cases they seem to be doing reconnaissance on our computer networks.
We continue to believe we can generate compound annualized revenue growth, including 50% of the revenues from the joint ventures from which the company derives equity income, of between 4 to 6% through 2010. We also believe we can deliver double-digit compound earnings growth, excluding restructuring charges, over the next three to five years.
I really thought that letter was poorly stated and it irritated me.
The best current evidence is that media are mere vehicles that deliver instruction but do not influence student achievement any more than the truck that delivers groceries causes change in our nutrition.