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June 23, 2009
One. . .Billion. . .Dollars!
The In Vivo Blog has a piece that everyone who follows small-company press releases should read. "When Is a Billion Dollars Not a Billion Dollars?", they ask. And the answer is, of course, when someone's press-releasing it. Read the whole thing, but here's the short form: when someone says "We just signed a deal worth a billion dollars!", too often they're leaving out the rest of the sentence. It's supposed to continue like this: ". . .if every single thing goes perfectly and all our drugs work and become the biggest successes they possibly can." And since that happens, like, all the flippin' time, well. . .
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