Dow Jones Newswires
Sep 06, 2014
Gilead May be Pharma's No. 2 by Profit in 2015 -- Market Talk
11:34 EDT - Gilead (GILD) could be the world's second-biggest pharmaceutical company by net income in 2015 if Sovaldi sales keep growing, says Credit Suisse. It projects GILD's earnings to reach $15.1B next year, trailing just Johnson & Johnson's (JNJ) $18B, which of course sells much more than drugs. In 2013, GILD ranked 13th at $3.1B, says Credit Suisse. Sovaldi has had a record-setting launch the best launch of a new drug and is poised to help this year's GILD revenue more than double and EPS to quadruple.
China Wants Electric Cars, Does it Want Tesla Motors?
By Ben Levisohn
China has a history of making life difficult for non-Chinese companies to do business in the world’s second largest economy.The market has no qualms about Kandi Technologies (KNDI), however. The Chinese company that makes small electric vehicles is up 238% in sales.
Kandi Announces Its JV's Sale of 4,114 Kandi Brand EV in the Second Quarter, a 238% Increase From the Previous Quarter
Mr. Hu Xiaoming, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer of Kandi commented, "The demand for EVs continues to grow significantly. We are extremely pleased that the JV Company has been able to accelerate its EV sales in the second quarter. We have not only achieved success in implementing the Hangzhou Public EV Sharing System, or the 'Carshare' Program, but also in growing our group leasing model."
The Street Insider
Samsung Event Called 'Half Baked'; Cantor Reiterates Buy Rating on Apple (AAPL) Ahead of Fall Launch
September 4, 2014 9:02 AM EDT
Cantor Fitzgerald maintained a Buy rating on Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) with a price target of $123.
Bloomberg Video : Facebook Revenue Soars Bloomberg West
Bloomberg Video Quote : "Facebook Is a Colossal Money Machine "
Apple Pay makes a day at Walt Disney World even more seamless
Part of Tuesday's Apple announcement included a partnership with Walt Disney World, which will start using the new Apple Pay -- a mobile wallet system that allows customers to pay for purchases with a tap of their mobile device, eliminating the use of cards or bulky cash.
"Apple Pay makes shopping fast and easy for guests and simplifies the check-out process for our cast members," a Walt Disney Co. spokesperson told the Orlando Sentinel. "Our guests are going to love the convenience of Apple Pay, which will bring an easy, secure and private way to make purchases at Disney Store and Walt Disney World Resort.”
Apple Rising: iPhone 6 Pre-Orders Point to ‘Strong Demand
Globe News Wire
Intercept Announces NASH Primary Endpoint Met: FLINT Trial Stopped Early for Efficacy Based on Highly Statistically Significant Improvement in Liver Histology
great drug & Co.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
never get this low again, buy opp.
that is absurd, unmet medical need drug for cystic fibrosis insurance IS paying.
I highly doubt only china electric car manufacturer will be $16's with government wanting all electric cars in the future
International Business Times
Facebook Inc (FB), Pandora Media Inc (P)
By Jessica Menton
Jessica Guynn USA Today
Facebook grew revenue 61% and more than doubled second-quarter profit while making even more money \
"Facebook is firing on all cylinders, and they are doing it in a very efficient way," JMP Securities analyst Ron Josey said. "You would be hard-pressed to find another company of this size that has grown advertising this fast."
"Facebook has a lot of momentum in its advertising business, and we are going to continue to see momentum over the next few quarters and the next few years