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Wearing a dark suit and standing before a nondescript backdrop, Bausch Lomb chief executive Ronald Zarrella looks into the camera and soberly lays it on the line. “The health and safety of your eyes has always been our first priority. That’s why we’ve stopped selling one of our ReNu contact lens solutions: MoistureLoc,” Zarrella says, speaking slowly and deliberately during the commercial, which recently began airing nationwide.
By the 1970s, Pantone was making more than a million dollars a year in licensing fees. “We had a consultant who would get a committee together and find out, for example, what colors are showing up in Milan, what colors are showing up in Paris,” he recalled. “It seems that a lot of designers all decide that coffee brown might be a good color in the same year.”.
He and Panagariya say that acceleration of growth generally requires liberal economic policies, with market incentives playing a major role. They are not “market fundamentalists,” says Bhagwati, who has advised India’s current prime minister, Manmohan Singh, who previously was that nation’s finance minister. India is moving from its pre reform embrace of “anti market fundamentalism” to pragmatism, Bhagwati says..
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Athanasiou admits to having been afraid of pit bulls. “When people see our shirts, they often share their own opinion on pit bulls, and this opens up the opportunity to change a negative opinion into a positive one,” she says. “Before I met a pit bull in person, I admit I had the typical ‘scary dog’ vision in my head.
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