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Amarin Buyout Inevitable?

Make no mistake, Amarin is a company that was always meant to be sold on the merit of a single drug.  Their strategy was simple: demonstrate the superiority of Vascepa to Lovaza, and wait for the higest bidder.   1,920 more words


Statement from Stephen McDonnell, Founder, Applegate - Applegate

This is reassuring;  although the announcement that Hormel has bought Applegate  – meat products – might make you think that everything healthful and humane about this company might go downhill, in this press release we are being informed that they will continue offering antibiotic free, humanly raised meat products,  and IN ADDITION that they will soon be completely be GMO free AND… 58 more words

Alternative News & Health

Verizon buys Yahoo for $4.83B, marking end of an era

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Verizon is buying Yahoo for $4.83 billion, marking the end of an era for a company that once defined the internet. 119 more words


The Awkward Coincidence Of Temasek's SMRT Buyout: A Win For Singaporeans & Shareholders?

(Source: dollarsandsense.sg)

In the past weeks, national transport operator SMRT has been at the centre of a couple of significant corporate actions. These moves appear, at least on paper, to be a major positive for the company and its shareholders. 1,100 more words

Money Matters

SMRT shares climb 8% after buyout offer

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

SINGAPORE: Following a S$1.2 billion buyout offer from investment firm Temasek Holdings, SMRT’s shares climbed more than 8 per cent to close at S$1.65 on Thursday (Jul 21). 722 more words

Current Affairs

Tax implications of Ultragenyx (RLYP) buyout

With the Relypsa buyout impending, those of us with shares will be forced to sell our shares because it was a cash deal.  This means paying short term capital gains tax for anybody holding for less than a year.   328 more words


Workers' Party 'concerned' about SMRT buyout

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

SINGAPORE: The opposition Workers’ Party (WP) on Wednesday (Jul 20) hailed the new rail financing framework for public transport operator SMRT as a “step in the right direction”, but expressed concern that Temasek Holdings’ proposed buyout of SMRT might render the company’s financials and operations “less transparent to the public”.  360 more words

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