Nothing live that I know of. The closest thing might be tweets. While not ARIA specific, you might see some news/photos/comments posted with the twitter hashtag #ASH13.
Yep. According to Ariad, data from ASH13 will be available as investor downloads on IR website
That would be great, I'm long ARIA since around 2.43. My comment was based simply on what I read in the publicly available material.
An 8k from January 2013 mentions a lease agreement with Alexandria Real Estate.
The recent 10Q has an exhibit number 10.1 and a star next to it with a footnote requesting confidential treatment.
Exhibit 10.1* says "First Amendment to Lease, dated September 16, 2013, between ARIAD Pharmaceuticals, Inc. and ARE-MA REGION NO.48, LLC (for lease at 75 Binney Street and 125 Binney Street, Cambridge, MA)."
ARE has a company release from September which includes some detail for the layout of the facilities it's building for ARIAD and Biogen at its Alexandria Center at Kendall Square.
So my thinking the CT is between ARIA and ARE in the details of the lease.
I do wonder though why a corrective counter-measure wasn't prompted earlier. If none of the data changed.
Dr. Berger and Dr. Haluska both mentioned aspirin as a possible anti-platelet agent while discussing inhibition dosage and mitigation strategy In the conference call on October 18. Around the 42 minute mark.
You can find that call posted on the Ariad web site under "Events and Presentations" under the Investors tab.
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For the most part I'm In lock step with your opinion. Removing the Amazon lockers was a non-story for me. The doubling down in the option trades are certainly something.
I have always gone against the grain, so the short interest is a factor too. Aside from the short term traders, with such little potential gain here I don't know why anyone would be a committed short at his level, especially since there are better stocks to sell. Especially with the stories on potential financing. People tend to say the financing news is already factored in the stock price, but I don't think so because it hasn't happened yet.
I also feel their established footprint is a plus for a turn around story. It seems turnarounds rarely work but I think of the compounding effect if they get it right. I know that works both ways, but I feel they have some ability to change course when necessary. I assume they can close hundreds of non performing stores each year if needed. So I don't think they are quite doomed to hit that iceberg.
I recently stopped myself out of this one because of time, but still have a few commitment shares. Maybe more as revenge strategy since I foolishly allowed a trade here last year to trigger the wash sale rule. Thanks for sharing your opinion here. It's a breath of fresh air for this board.
Fred, your message about TuneIn vs. NextRadio made me curious about the FM radio app that came standard with my HTC phone that I purchased from T-mobile a year and a half ago. I was assuming it was a streaming radio app of some sort, but when I fired it up, the alert message stated that I needed to plug in a headset to act as an antenna.
To my surprise, my old (what I consider now outdated) phone already had the FM chip enabled. I turned off Wi-Fi and mobile network access to be sure this was really pure FM and it is. It works good too. So I had the feature all along but didn't even know about it.
For a moment I was excited to think I could possibly use the Next Radio app for my non-Sprint phone, but, apparently it's not available through the play store for this model. I can use the FM portion of the phone but not
with the NextRadio app. Bummer.
I though the conference webcast was good. For now at least (until NextRadio and BTC take off), I suppose earnings growth will have more to do with how local Emmis advertisers forecast their own growth, which is how I imagine advertisers spend their money. The IMF projects growth in the United States will rise one percent from 1¾ percent in 2013 to 2¾ percent in 2014. Since ad dollars usually follow GDP, In my mind, that's something to be optimistic about.