For Amylin Pharmaceuticals Inc., 1998 was a rough year. Poor results in a series of clinical trials caused the company to lay off 80 percent of its workers. By Oct. 22, the company’s shares had fallen from $6.62 to a low of 31 cents.

The shares began to climb, though, as the company figured out what had gone wrong in the clinical trials.

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