TMO bought Life Sciences of Sparta NJ in the spring, one of the manufacturers of PCR -- DNA amplification machines -- these detect viruses/antibodies like dreaded Ebola. Other publicly traded companies include Becton Dickinson and Bio-Rad. Price target is 142 to 148 among brokerage firms surveyed.
Has anyone heard of a company called rigaku raman technology looks like it may be a major competitor for them in there chemical analyzers they really should sell off that division and buy into biotech or drug companies lets help the stock holders out get rid of dead horses.
well I don't time have to sit around all day like you do play on blogs I have a life I know a lot more about this company and its underlining sub-culture keep counting your gold coins and analyzing
comments on yahoo message boards obviously I hit a cord with logical conclusion of a division the should be sold off. oh spell boy this is last time I respond to any of your comments
You know, if you don't demonstrate your ability to use "their" versus there, if you can't conjugate inevitable, well, you don't demonstrate any reason you have ANY knowledge of this company. They are poorly managed. Their upper staff is far over compensated. And you are simply ignorant.
they need to sell off a few divisions especially there elemental analyzer division top heavy and competition is increasing to reduce profits sell off buy in biotech companies that developing profitable drugs this will inevitable increase stock holder dividends
your absolutely correct I have posting the same on here they need to shed elemental instruments shed lots of managerial titles to top heavy with non performing player
they airline industry needs to put these tests in place at the arriving/departing gates,,,,cause ebola now just lands at the next desination
TMO is not a bad pick. I just sold it because management should do better on return of capital. They are growing thru acquistion, but need to shed some unprofitable lines. Stock is going up but so is entire market.
The San Diego Union Tribune today says a subsidiary of TMO has developed and gotten FDA emergency approval for an Ebola test that gives a result in 1-2 hours. Previously tests took 1-2 days. It's obviously useful already in helping control the epidemic, but it could become even more useful if the epidemic keeps jumping borders. I wonder--can an item like this move the needle for a company the size of TMO?