Maincoastlover definitely connects up with Andy Gremlin
As Exec. VP of Devel. and Technical Operations, he has your cheese impacted conjectures written all over your colon.
I wish I was paying 30% in taxes had I sold in Dec.
Wait a minute, I wouldn't be payin any taxes as I was still in a net loss position from 2014
no I want the CEO to leave so I can get my money back. Does he get to keep his $5mil worth of options once he's given the boot? I end up with nothing if I sell.
I can't believe you guys are brain dead to what has happened to the SP. "It's not what you don't know but rather what you think you know is true but isn't that will get you in trouble"....Albert Einstein
rokky44, glad your happy with a 50% SP haircut based mainly on Chippy65's failed acquisition stunt. I think the market believes he will still pull it off regardless of publicly stating he would refrain till Imet was further along the approval path during the Dec CC. You are a stupid investor if you are happy to what has happened unless you're a paid shill from Fidelity ad shorting the stock.
the company is complicit in this fiasco. When will the SEC investigate GERN? Fidelity...registered shelf offering...acquisition threat on company`s shareholder`s cash position, great opportunity for shorting the equity by the said institution. Notice few investment reps attend GERN`s CC anymore? That back room deals are where they really talk.
the facts are that the stock has been in free fall ever since the new year
no buyers and yet shorts continue to pile on.
What will save us come Feb.15, The rapture?
"Johnson & Johnson ($JNJ) is facing yet another lawsuit over its antibiotic Levaquin from people who claim that the company hid serious side effects. The latest legal action comes a couple of months after an FDA panel flagged serious problems associated with the entire class of antibiotics and voted to change the meds' labels.
Five plaintiffs allege in a new suit that J&J and its Janssen unit deliberately mislabeled and misbranded Levaquin, playing down harmful side effects for its own financial gain. The plaintiffs sued J&J and others--including former FDA commissioner Margaret Hamburg--under the federal Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) act, a law typically used to prosecute organized crime. "These concerted efforts resulted in significant harm and/or death to consumers of Levaquin, including plaintiffs," according to the suit.
The plaintiffs are seeking more than $120 million in compensatory damages and more than $750 million in punitive damages to drive home "the seriousness of their egregious conduct and to deter similar conduct in the future."
....maybe these other J&J suits are scaring investors away? It's all over the news but this board is like the IMET site ONLY PLEASANTVILLE allowed.