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Eli Lilly’s diabetes drug reduced weight and blood sugar in trial. Also beats $nvo’s semaglutide, but dose of sema was lower than in recent NEJM study. $lly

$LLY: Eli Lilly reports tirzepatide achieved superior A1C and body weight reductions across all three doses compared...

Eli Lilly claims a TKO in its long-running title fight with Novo Nordisk for the blockbuster diabetes market — but there’s a hitch $LLY $NOVO

$LLY: Eli Lilly: Baricitinib is first jak-inhibitor to demonstrate hair regrowth in phase 3 alopecia Areata trial

Look for Eli Lilly's Verzenio to hit $4.6B, thanks to early breast cancer win: analyst

Eli Lilly secures $2.52B Army contract for LY-CoV555 and LY-CoV016 via SeekingAlpha #news  #SeekingAlpha 

Tooling around on the numbers for February, record # of web sessions. Top story: The Scandal Eli Lilly ousts CFO Josh Smiley after 'inappropriate relationship' with employee, appoints successor in Anat Ashkenazi by @Kyleblankendip 

Antibody cocktails from Eli Lilly and Regeneron Pharmaceuticals have already received FDA approval for emergency use against Covid-19


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Yes. Trump's not alone. Federal income taxes paid by corporations a year after his tax plan was signed into law: $0: Amazon $0: GM $0: Netflix $0: Chevron $0: FedEx $0: Eli Lilly $0: Starbucks Dr. King was right. We have socialism for the rich, rugged capitalism for the rest.

Remember: A year after Trump's tax plan was signed into law, 91 corporations paid nothing in federal incomes taxes after making billions in profits, including: Amazon Netflix General Motors Chevron FedEx Eli Lilly Starbucks Whirlpool Trump's tax plan was a giveaway to the rich.

Yesterday I identified 6 companies who donated significant amounts to state politicians who have enacted abortion bans this year @ATT  ($196K) @LillyPad  [Eli Lilly] ($66K) @Walmart  ($57K) @pfizer  ($53K) @CocaCola  ($40K) @Aetna  ($26K) So far none has responded You can help

Pharmaceutical CEO salaries: Merck: $55 million Pfizer: $50M Eli Lilly: $30M Johnson & Johnson: $26M AbbVie: $23M This greed must end. The function of prescription drugs must be to protect and improve human health—not make corporate executives unfathomably rich.

What do these corporations have in common? Amazon Chevron Eli Lilly Halliburton General Motors Honeywell Duke Energy Deere Aramark CMS Energy Occidental Petroleum Netflix IBM Kinder MorganDevon Energy ... they avoided all federal income taxes last year.

Amazon CenturyLink Chevron Deere Delta Air Lines Eli Lilly FedEx Gannett General Motors Goodyear Honeywell JetBlue MGM Resorts Netflix Prudential Financial Starbucks Whirlpool Total federal income tax paid by these companies last year: $0

The inventors of insulin sold the patent for just $1 so it would be available to all. 97 years later, Americans are dying because drugmakers like Eli Lilly charge $300 for a vial of insulin. Tomorrow I will be joining diabetics to buy insulin in Canada for one-tenth the price.

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I don't think massive corporations like Amazon, Delta, Eli Lilly, FedEx, JetBlue and Netflix should continue to get away with paying $0 in federal income taxes. We're going to make them pay their fair share. And we're going to invest in the working people of this country.

Today in 1922, researchers at the University of Toronto announced the discovery of insulin. They sold the patent for $1 so it would be available to all. 97 years later, Eli Lilly is charging ~$300 and Americans die because they can’t afford their medication. Outrageous.

What do these corporations have in common? Amazon Chevron Deere Delta Duke Energy Eli Lilly Gannett General Motors Goodyear Honeywell JetBlue Kinder Morgan MGM Resorts Netflix Prudential Financial Whirlpool Answer: they all paid nothing in federal income taxes.