Google article title if interested, "Sanofi, of Regeneron Pharmac Buys $40,955,057 Worth of $REGN – #Form4 #InsiderTrading"
Also, check out Yahoo insider buys link. They have continued to add all through Sept. and Oct., and at increasing prices.
Congratulations Charlie, now come back and buy us out :-) Your competitor, BWLD, has their pizza brand rolling out, you need one too at Wingstop. :-)
Google article title if interested, "Chicken-Wing Chain Wingstop Plots IPO"
Oh, friends in the FBI, now....LOL Did money get you new PJ's with police cars and fire trucks on them too. $20 NoBalls you've been telling people to stay away from TSLA since $20. If you weren't such a joke, you'd be embarrassed at how BAD your advise has been. That the TRUTH, and all people have to do is go back through the history of this board and see HOW wrong you've been, and for how LONG. LOL....did mommy get you those PJ's that have the nice feet in them, so your toes stay toasty warm.......Nighty night Jr.
Sure I do, been her since $20, watching your idiotic paid basher, multiple handle tactics. Same schtick, different day. You've been wrong since $20 and you'll continue to be WRONG.
Gonna give me your phone number again, tell me about the mansion in FL you sold, the dealership you lost. LOL Relax, NoBalls, we all know your in your moms basement, in your pajamas, getting paid minimum wage.
I would't be so sure. Women are smart, with comments like yours, suspect you will come home to an empty house, and cleaned out bank account...providing you have one.
You mean like REGN, SGEN, ITMN, PCYC, SAM, DIS, SYA, etc,. I find them before every body else does. NEVER been kicked off a board, but have watched you slither around with multiple handles while working your minimum wage gig. Sooooooooooo SAD.
Daimler AG said:
"The sale of Daimler's stake in Tesla will result in a cash inflow of around $780 million, boosting earnings before interest and taxes by a similar amount for 2014. Proceeds from the stake sale will be used to strengthen Daimler's operational business," the automaker said.
Daimler AG said
“We are extremely satisfied with the development of our investment in Tesla, but it is not necessary for our partnership and cooperation. For this reason, we have decided to divest of our shares. This will also allow Tesla to broaden its investor base,” said Bodo Uebber, a member of the Daimler’s board of management.