Jekyll and Hyde


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Jekyll and Hyde

1. Informal for strong and weak points in a company's financial statement.

2. A volatile asset or investment whose value increases and decreases significantly in short periods of time.

3. Informal for a situation where two major executives in a company have conflicting and incompatible views about the direction the company should take.
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The Jekyll and Hyde motif in literature, music and film
CRIS VILLONCO, cited for lead work in TP's "Walang Sugat" and featured roles in Rep's "Jekyll and Hyde" and "Leading Ladies" JORY RIVERA
Mansfield's promotion of his dramatisation of Jekyll and Hyde was aided also by his rivalry with Daniel E.
(12) In Moore's rendition, Jekyll and Hyde are still juxtaposed in binary fashion: 'Dr Jekyll is a highly moral individual', Mr Bond explains, 'Mr Edward Hyde, on the other hand, is very different'.
The transformative effect, however, is not purely pharmacological: for many a Jekyll and Hyde has told me that a quantity of alcohol taken as beer does not have the terrible consequences for his character as the same quantity taken as whisky.
Stevenson's interest in the multiplicity of the self predates the publication of Jekyll and Hyde by at least five years.
JEKYLL AND HYDE UTV 7pm More split-personality thrills as Jekyll (Tom Bateman, left) finds the cocoon of parasite-Jack.
The writer and executive producer of Jekyll and Hyde, which stars on STV on Sunday, has created a thrilling new drama which is set in the 1930s and follows Robert Jekyll, grandson of the original Dr Henry Jekyll, who has no idea of his past or the family curse.
Doubts have been cast over the early broadcast slot which would at first suggest Jekyll and Hyde is quite tame.
"If you take Jekyll and Hyde you think of a split personality.
MAGHULL: MAGHULL Theatre Company is busy preparing its upcoming production of the musical thriller Jekyll and Hyde.
JEKYLL and Hyde is almost a great musical, but never quite lives up to its promise.