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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.
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APPLE CEO " iPhone Sales Demand Is Staggering" LINK
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News Breaks October 23, 2014 AAPL Apple CEO says demand for new iPhone 'staggering'
Comment from Q4 earnings call.
Google also sells mobile ads. But it doesn't own a stream to sell ads against.
Meanwhile, Facebook keeps adding more streams to sell ads against
Time To buy Tesla ?
Reiterating overweight Rating on Tesla Motors stock and our 12 – 18 months price target of $385.
will be a strong Qt.
GILD Abbie etc...
Published: November 15, 2014
By: Hannah Ishmael
Harvoni, Gilead‘s newer version of hepatitis C blockbuster Sovaldi, has received a strong reception since its launch this month, with prescription numbers already breaking Sovaldi‘s initial records
Gilead Sciences, Inc. (GILD), which led the hepatitis C virus (HCV) space last year with the launch of its blockbuster drug Sovaldi, is likely to continue the domination with its latest HCV drug Harvoni, which entered the market this month. Prescriptions for Harvoni are already breaking Sovaldi’s initial records.
The two drugs, along with Gilead’s premier HCV portfolio, are expected to continue bringing in record sales for the company. Citigroup Inc. has forecasted sales from Gilead’s HCV segment to reach $13 billion for the full-year 2014, compared to $9.33 billion last year
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.”
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Apple Rising: iPhone 6 Pre-Orders Point to ‘Strong Demand
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