Step by step, the issues drop by the wayside, and the negative nannies will TOO!!! :-)
Another quote,....."That’s not entirely a flight of fancy. In an interview with The New York Times’ John Markoff not long before his death, Steve Jobs noted that if he had more energy, he would’ve liked to take on Detroit with an Apple car.”
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Chatter grows. :-)
"Instead, Palihapitiya contends that Apple should buy Tesla Motors and make Elon Musk CEO. That notion isn’t entirely fanciful, either. Earlier this year, Automobile Magazine’s David Zenlea reported that Tesla Motors CEO and founder Musk refers to the Tesla Model S, which the magazine selected as its 2013 “Automobile Of The Year”, as his “Macintosh,” also observing that the sleek, all-electric Tesla sedan has a distinctly Apple-esque aura about it, with even the smallest details having been lavished with attention in order to be as distinctive and elegant as possible."
"With Elon Musk and Tesla, Palihapitiya says Apple would be entering the $80 billion-plus global car market “… with a highly technical team that can build an amazing product at the high end of the market, and that’s run by a maniacal visionary with extreme ambition. Sound familiar?”
AND...the competition begins. The other utility execs are not going to let them have the CROWN for owning the largest plant. More on the way
So many smart people. Look what we (humans) can accomplish when we are not "negative nannies". Just the beginning more to come!!! :-)
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"Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and Bridgeport Mayor Bill Finch today joined officials from Dominion (NYSE: D), one of the nation's largest energy companies, and FuelCell Energy Inc. (Nasdaq: FCEL) to break ground at the largest fuel cell power project in North America.
Dominion Bridgeport Fuel Cell, which is being built downtown alongside Interstate 95 and the Northeast rail corridor, will produce 14.9 megawatts of clean energy – enough to power approximately 15,000 homes – using an electro-chemical process that efficiently converts natural gas into electricity.
"This power station will generate clean, reliable, base load electricity for Connecticut," said David A. Christian, Dominion Generation chief executive officer. "Our clean energy portfolio today includes wind, hydro, biomass, and, soon, solar and this facility when it begins operating later this year. Along with electricity, this project supports Connecticut's clean energy goals while producing significant economic development benefits for the State and the City of Bridgeport."
Oops, should have said REGN's market cap has to, MORE THAN triple to get to CELG's market cap. Just as an FYI, 3 x $266 = $798
REGN's price has to DOUBLE to get to two of your mentioned companies valuations, and almost TRIPLE to get to Celgene's
GILD market cap = $83 billion
BIIB market cap = $51 billion
CELG market cap = $50 billion
Wait for it, REGN market cap is ONLY......$25 billion
We have a better pipeline, the benefit of easier comparable's, consequently, a HIGHER growth rate (valuation validation for Wall Street), and here's a kicker you may have missed. Our Chairmen is Roy Vagelos. Roy is responsible for (among many other super human feats) what is modern day Merck (market cap $130 BILLION).
For your sake, if short, look for a chance to cover, or you will be a very unhappy person for years to come.
They are offering $3 million "dollars", NOT shares.
AND, SPECIFICALLY, this is what I like to hear, "All of the common stock subject to the registration statement is solely for offer and sale by the Company. !!!!! There are no selling stockholders !!!!!" end of quote.
For compleet article, Google subject/title, "5 reasons Millennials love pizza".
"Pizza might be one of the most versatile ways to grab a quick bite to eat. It comes in takeout, delivery, dine-in, frozen and take-and-bake. Pizza is a staple during college, and research shows that Millennials form habits during that time that stick with them throughout their lives. Four in 10 Americans say they eat pizza at least once a week, according to research by Technomic. This is up from one in four Americans just a few years ago. So, it’s safe to say that pizza’s popularity is rising."
"Our recently announced minority investment in PizzaRev is an exciting first step in pursuing additional domestic growth through emerging brands. PizzaRev is a 3-unit, California-based restaurant concept that has a new -- fresh new approach to one of America's favorite foods. We believe the PizzaRev brand has high-growth potential across the country."
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"Deep within my subconscious, a shocking idea has been steadily growing, developing from a from a couple of bits of information to a terabyte of invasive ideas . You see, for a long time now I’ve been thinking that some carmakers are not connected with what people really want. It’s why the Chevy Impala isn’t selling in the millions any more, why 16YOs don’t like Mustangs, why Saab went under and why the Chinese like the American dream more than… Americans. And it’s a Silicon Valley-type company that showed us what people really want: iPhones on wheels."
It just keeps getting BETTER & better, MORE REASONS TO OWN AN EV.
For complete article, Google title, "In Two-Way Charging, Electric Cars Begin to Earn Money From the Grid"
A line of Mini Coopers, each attached to the regional power grid by a thick cable plugged in where a gasoline filler pipe used to be, no longer just draws energy. The power now flows two ways between the cars and the electric grid, as the cars inject and suck power in tiny jolts, and get paid for it.
This nascent form of electric car commerce will be announced on Friday by the University of Delaware, the regional grid operator and an electric company. They have developed a system to collect payments for work (balancing supply and demand moment to moment) that is normally the domain of power plants.
The possibilities of using electric cars for other purposes are being realized around the globe. Electric cars like the Nissan Leaf and Chevrolet’s plug-in hybrid Volt, are generally not sold in the United States with two-way chargers that could feed back into the grid. But Nissan is offering a similar device in Japan that allows consumers to power their houses when the electric grid is down