Article Telsa's Comeback is Just getting Started
Tesla is getting ready to roll out its first zero-emission crossover vehicle the Model X and make a greater push into international markets.
Why Tesla's Comeback Will Be Anything but Short-Lived
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December 3, 2013
Bloomberg : Facebook: Ready for Its Big S&P 500 Debut
Facebook: Ready for Its Big S&P 500 Debut
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By Roben Farzad
As fate wills it, Zuckerberg’s Facebook, with its $120 billion market value, will soon almost certainly beadded to the Standard & Poor’s 500-stock index, a $16 trillion neighborhood lined with insurers, industrials, and old-guard media conglomerates
looks cheap here
Nasdaq OMX Globe News Wire 11/24/13Phase 2 Frontline Long-term Overall Survival Assessments (ACT III, ACT II and ACTIVATE)
Celldex also announced today the presentation of four- and five-year survival data from the Phase 2 rindopepimut clinical program (3 studies; pooled n=105) in EGFRvIII-positive glioblastoma. Across three Phase 2 studies of rindopepimut, survival data remains consistent and shows a substantial and continuing survival benefit in comparison to independent control datasets (see chart below) at the median and at all other time points evaluated. Phase 2 Frontline Long-term Overall Survival Assessments (ACT III, ACT II and ACTIVATE)
(95% CI) 2-year
Phase 2 Rindopepimut Studies, Pooled (n=105) 2.1 (1.8, 2.4) 51% 30% 18% 14%Matched historical
Strong interim survival trend (12.0 vs 7.9 months) emerging in ongoing bevacizumab naive randomized cohort; 5.6 month median OS (48% 6 months) in bevacizumab refractory single-arm cohort; robust anti-tumor immune responses were generated among heavily pre-treated patients with recurrent tumors and these responses correlate with improved outcome
Rindopepimut demonstrates ability to significantly shrink recurrent and refractory glioblastomas
Long-term survival update also provided for three Phase 2 frontline studies; EGFRvIII patients continue to exceed expectations with 14% 5-year survival vs 0% historical control
control (n=17)* 1.3 (0.9, 1.7) 6% 6% 0% 0%
CNN Money 11/20/13
Big money dumps Boeing, buys Facebook
By Hibah Yousuf November 20, 2013
their pipeline drug a few months ago went up $7 with news, and this is their lead drug so I would say look for some nice gains folks.
Doing The DD Isn't Just About The Last Article Written:
Tesla's Model S Gets Highest Safety Rating from NHTSA, Breaks Roof Testing Machine
Tiffany Kaiser - August 20, 2013 10:44 AM
Tesla received a combined rating of 5.4 stars
Tesla Motors recently received the highest safety rating ever from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).
NHTSA gave Tesla's Model S a five-star safety rating in each individual category and overall, achieving a combined rating of 5.4 stars. This is the highest rating ever given by the U.S. agency.
This is a big deal, considering NHTSA only gives about 1 percent of cars tested a five-star rating in every category.
It grabbed such a high rating for a few different reasons. For starters, the Model S doesn't have a large engine block, which means there's a longer crumple zone to "absorb" a high-speed crash. The motor is only about a foot in diameter and is near the rear axle while the front has a second trunk.
For the rear crash test, Tesla made sure to protect occupants in the third row of the vehicle with a double bumper that can take a highway speed impact. For those who are worried about battery fires, the Model S' battery was fine before, during and after testing.
(Doing The DD Isn't Just About The Last Article Written, NHTSA Gives TSLA Highest Safety Score & It Will Be When Hezz Freezes Over That They Would Ever Say They Were Wrong. Also Look At Last Line, Battery Fires - Model S Fine Before During & After Tests..Game Over For Shorts.)
CNN MoneyTesla Model S gets Consumer Reports' recommendation
By Peter Valdes-Dapena November 5, 2013
NEW YORK (CNNMoney)
In May, Consumer Reports called the Tesla Model S the best car it had ever tested, but it still wouldn't recommend it.
That was because the magazine hadn't yet gathered enough reliability data on the still-new model. Well now the survey data is in, and Consumer Reports has officially given the Tesla (TSLA) Model S the sought-after red checkmark. The Model S earned a score of 99 out of a possible 100 in the magazine's performance tests, which ties for the highest score any car has ever received.
The Model S has already won awards from car magazines like Motor Trend and Automobile, but Consumer Reports is widely regarded as being the most influential magazine among car shoppers. Consumer Reports, published by nonprofit Consumer's Union, purchases all the cars it tests and does not accept paid ads.
READ : Bloomberg 11/9/13The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said Oct. 24 it found no evidence the first fire resulted from defects or violations of U.S. safety standards
( If they found no defect in 1st fire, 2nd fire was caused by metal piece also 3rd by driver going 120 per hr.)