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15 ноября, 22:31

Investing in a Cure for Cancer: What You Need to Know

By 2030, the number of new cancer cases per year is expected to rise by 70%. How does cancer work, and why isn't there a cure yet? The post Investing in a Cure for Cancer: What You Need to Know appeared first on Visual Capitalist.

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01 ноября, 01:42

Biogen to invest $92 million in Puerto Rico, create 350 jobs

U.S. drugmaker Biogen Inc. is investing more than $92 million in Puerto Rico after buying assets that once belonged to Eli Lilly & Co. in the island’s southern region.

05 октября, 00:26

Pence, Kaine Share Long Histories In The Fundraising Trenches

Mike Pence of Indiana has raised funds for six House races and two gubernatorial campaigns, the second of which was aborted when he was added to the GOP's presidential ticket.  (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall, File) By: Jack Noland Though divided ideologically, Indiana's Republican Gov. Mike Pence and Democratic Sen. Tim Kaine of Virginia have traced similar paths through state and federal politics on their way to being nominated for vice president. Both have served in Congress and as governors, and now hope to assume the government's second-from-the-top job. Though they may not discuss it tonight during the campaign's only vice presidential debate, their common ground extends to fundraising, too -- at least in broad strokes. The two have relied on lawyers, Wall Street types and a handful of other well-heeled individuals to raise the copious sums they've needed for their past campaigns. A Hoosier's hunt for cash Mike Pence, tonight's surrogate for GOP White House nominee Donald Trump, was elected to the House six times, collecting $1.1 million for his first run in 2000 and almost $2.7 million for his final contest; his 12-year haul came to more than $10.3 million. After retirees, who contributed $716,789 to Pence's congressional campaigns and leadership PAC (it's not unusual for seniors to be No. 1 on any candidate's list of top donors), the securities and investment industry -- aka Wall Street -- was his most generous industry, kicking in $376,311. Lawyers and law firms were third, providing $337,914. The governor's top donors fall outside those industries, however. The conservative Club for Growth donated $90,762 to Pence's congressional campaigns through its PAC and earmarked contributions from individuals. Cummins Inc, an engine manufacturer, and Eli Lilly & Co, a pharmaceutical company, round out Pence's top three campaign contributors. Employees and PACs of these Indiana-based corporations gave $78,500 and $64,350, respectively. When Pence ran for governor of Indiana in 2012, he raised more than $14.8 million -- including $425,000 from the late Dean White, a billionaire businessman from the state; that made White Pence's top individual donor that year. Big shots of party cash came via the Republican Governors Association and the Indiana Republican Party, which gave $1.1 million and $811,504, respectively. Pence also picked up $220,000 and $200,000 contributions from conservative bigwigs like Texas homebuilder Bob Perry, who passed away in 2013, and billionaire industrialist David Koch. After joining the presidential ticket in July, Pence dropped his 2016 re-election bid, having already raised more than $16.1 million. The RGA, Pence's top funder in 2012, had contributed more than $3 million, and the governor also collected $300,634 from Anthony Moravec, the CEO of Columbus-based Applied Laboratories, Inc., and another $100,000 from David Koch. White, who died in September, also contributed $350,000 to Pence's 2016 reelection effort. Trump and the governor will be unable to cultivate much hedge fund or private equity industry cash in 2016 -- at least not directly. That's because the SEC's so-called pay-to-play rule, implemented in 2010, caps the amount "SEC registered hedge fund advisers" can contribute to sitting state or local officials at $250-$350. Designed to prevent bankers and politicians from exchanging campaign contributions for the lucrative right to manage state pension funds, the rule triggered a Goldman Sachs memo banning certain categories of employees from donating to campaigns that feature a sitting state or local official. The Trump-Pence ticket is specifically listed as an example of a campaign to which employees may not contribute. Are there workarounds? Sure, including gifts to the Republican party. Pence's personal finances are less robust than his campaign coffers. His net worth in 2012 was estimated at $211,511. New documents are no more revealing: Pence's 2016 financial disclosure form reports his $173,860 gubernatorial salary and lists student loans for his children's education as his only liabilities. Multiple Kaine candidacies required millions Tim Kaine has moved relatively quickly between jobs over his political career. He was mayor of Richmond, lieutenant governor and then governor of Virginia, chairman of the Democratic National Committee and finally U.S. senator, the position he still holds, in a span of 18 years. Democrat Tim Kaine of Virginia has had to raise money to run for mayor of Richmond, lieutenant governor and governor, and senator -- and a huge part of his job at the DNC involved harvesting cash for his party. (AP Photo/Chuck Burton, File) For his 2001 lieutenant governor's race, Kaine raised almost $2.4 million, according to National Institute on Money in State Politics records. At the top, his haul included $50,000 from the DNC and $40,000 from Virginia real estate magnate Gerald Halpin. When Kaine ran for governor in 2005, he ratcheted up his fundraising efforts, collecting more than $18 million over the course of the cycle. Like Pence, he benefited from hefty cash infusions from the party, including $1.5 million from the DNC and $685,242 from the Virginia Democratic Party. Kaine also earned $662,964 in unitemized (small) donations and did well with unions, too: the SEIU, Laborers Local 980, Virginia AFL-CIO and IBEW each kicked in six-figure contributions. Among individuals backing Kaine, billionaire Sheila Johnson, who cofounded Black Entertainment Television and now heads Salamander Hotels and Resorts, made six donations worth a total $392,490 that year. Cisco Systems cofounder Sandy Lerner and real estate developer B. Mark Fried each gave Kaine more than $175,000. After leaving Richmond and serving as the chairman of the DNC (where corralling cash was a major part of the job), Kaine ran in 2012 for the Senate seat fellow Democrat Jim Webb announced he would be vacating. Kaine ultimately outraised Republican former Sen. George Allen in the general election, pulling in $18 million to his opponent's $14.5 million. Over the course of his Senate career, Kaine has raised the most cash from lawyers and affiliated PACs, taking in more than $2.7 million. Like Pence, he has benefited from heavy support from retirees, who have given the senator more than $2.1 million. Employees and PACs in the securities and investment industry come in at No. 3 on Kaine's list, having contributed almost $1.1 million. Kaine's top contributor has been JStreetPAC, a liberal pro-Israel group, leads the way. The PAC and individuals earmarking gifts to Kaine through it have provided him with $178,283 during his Senate run and since. Running just behind is the League of Conservation Voters, which also passed along gifts marked for Kaine; it provided $177,129. Employees of Covington & Burling, a D.C.-based law firm, gave more than $100,000. Kaine's net worth, estimated to be roughly $1.45 million in 2014, was far below the Senate average of $10.2 million. The senator's single outstanding liability then was a 15-year mortgage, and his financial reports list his board memberships at the Myotonic Dystrophy Foundation and the US-Spain Council. Kaine's income tax returns, released in August, show that he and his wife, former Virginia Secretary of Education Anne Holton, together earned $313,441 last year. While Kaine was lieutenant governor and then governor, he also accepted more than $160,000 worth of gifts, including vacation lodging, clothes and airfare, Politico reported. While the gifts were properly disclosed and legally permissible under Virginia law, the state's in-kind donation laws recently came into the spotlight when the U.S. Supreme Court in June unanimously overturned former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell's (R) ethics conviction, which stemmed from undisclosed gifts and charges of quid-pro-quo corruption. Pence and Kaine face off at Longwood University in Farmville, Va., tonight at 9 p.m. ET. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

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26 июля, 15:35

Квартальные продажи Eli Lilly превысили прогнозы аналитиков

Американская фармацевтическая компания Eli Lilly & Co представила финансовые результаты за три месяца с окончанием в июне. Так, прибыль составила $747,7 млн или 71 цент на акцию по сравнению с $600,8 млн или 56 центами на бумагу годом ранее. Заметим, что прибыль за исключением некоторых статей сократилась с 90 центов на акцию годом ранее до 86 центов на бумагу, что совпало с ожиданиями рынка. Продажи, тем временем, увеличились на 8,6% г/г и составили $5,4 млрд, тогда как аналитики прогнозировали $5,15 млрд.

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26 июля, 14:51

Квартальные продажи Eli Lilly превысили прогнозы аналитиков

Американская фармацевтическая компания Eli Lilly & Co представила финансовые результаты за три месяца с окончанием в июне. Так, прибыль составила $747,7 млн или 71 цент на акцию по сравнению с $600,8 млн или 56 центами на бумагу годом ранее. Заметим, что прибыль за исключением некоторых статей сократилась с 90 центов на акцию годом ранее до 86 центов на бумагу, что совпало с ожиданиями рынка. Продажи, тем временем, увеличились на 8,6% г/г и составили $5,4 млрд, тогда как аналитики прогнозировали $5,15 млрд.

26 июля, 14:00

Сегодня в США ожидается шквал информации

Во вторник, 26 июля, в Соединенных Штатах Америки ожидается публикация ряда важных макроэкономических показателей. В 17:00 МСК будет представлена информация по продажам нового жилья за июнь. Согласно прогнозам, показатель составил 0,560 млн после 0,551 месяцем ранее. В это же время будет опубликован индекс потребительского доверия за июль. Отметим, что в прошлом месяце он составил 98 пунктов. Среди второстепенных данных можно отметить недельные индексы сопоставимых продаж в розничных сетях, включая данные Красной книги. О квартальных результатах сегодня отчитаются компанииVerizon Communications, Caterpillar,EI du Pont de Nemours & Co, Freeport-McMoRan, Eli Lilly & Co, McDonald's, 3M, United Technologies, KeyCorp, Valero Energy, Centene (до открытия), а также Apple, Linear Technology, Juniper Networks (после закрытия).

25 июля, 15:24

Сегодня в США ожидается шквал информации

Во вторник, 26 июля, в Соединенных Штатах Америки ожидается публикация ряда важных макроэкономических показателей. В 17:00 МСК будет представлена информация по продажам нового жилья за июнь. Согласно прогнозам, показатель составил 0,560 млн после 0,551 месяцем ранее. В это же время будет опубликован индекс потребительского доверия за июль. Отметим, что в прошлом месяце он составил 98 пунктов. Среди второстепенных данных можно отметить недельные индексы сопоставимых продаж в розничных сетях, включая данные Красной книги. О квартальных результатах сегодня отчитаются компании EI du Pont de Nemours & Co, Freeport-McMoRan, Eli Lilly & Co, McDonald's, 3M, United Technologies, KeyCorp, Valero Energy, Centene (до открытия), а также Apple, Linear Technology, Juniper Networks (после закрытия). К 13:45 МСК фьючерсы на индекс S&P 500 торгуются с понижениемна 0,080%.

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26 апреля, 16:23

Квартальная выручка Eli Lilly превысила прогнозы аналитиков

Американская фармацевтическая компания Eli Lilly & Co представила финансовые результаты за первый квартал. Согласно отчету компании, чистая прибыль составила $440 млн или 41 цент на акцию по сравнению с прибылью в $530 млн или 50 центов на бумагу годом ранее. Между тем, прибыль за исключением некоторых статей оказалась на уровне 83 центов на акцию, тогда как аналитики прогнозировали 85 центов. Выручка в рассматриваемом периоде возросла на 5% г/г до $4,87 млрд, хотя аналитики ожидали $4,82 млрд.

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26 апреля, 14:50

Квартальная выручка Eli Lilly превысила прогнозы аналитиков

Американская фармацевтическая компания Eli Lilly & Co представила финансовые результаты за первый квартал. Согласно отчету компании, чистая прибыль составила $440 млн или 41 цент на акцию по сравнению с прибылью в $530 млн или 50 центов на бумагу годом ранее. Между тем, прибыль за исключением некоторых статей оказалась на уровне 83 центов на акцию, тогда как аналитики прогнозировали 85 центов. Выручка в рассматриваемом периоде возросла на 5% г/г до $4,87 млрд, хотя аналитики ожидали $4,82 млрд.

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05 января, 18:33

Eli Lilly пересмотрела прогнозы на 2016 год

Американская фармацевтическая компания Eli Lilly & Co. пересмотрела прогнозы по прибыли и выручке на 2016 год. Так, по обновленным оценкам компании, выручка составит $20,2-20,7 млрд, а скорректированная прибыль на одну акцию может достичь $3,45-3,55. Заметим, что аналитики в среднем прогнозируют прибыль на акцию на уровне $3,65 при выручке в $21,6 млрд.

22 октября 2015, 14:00

Сегодня в США ожидается: масса интересного

В четверг, 22 октября, в Соединенных Штатах Америки ожидается публикация ряда важных макроэкономических показателей и отчетностей. В 15:30 МСК ожидается актуальная информация по количеству первичных обращений за пособиями по безработице за неделю. В 17:00 МСК будут опубликованы данные по продажам домов на вторичном рынке за сентябрь. Согласно прогнозам, показатель составил 5,38 млн после 5,31 млн месяцем ранее. Среди второстепенных данных можно отметить недельное изменение запасов природного газа, а также индекс деловой активности в промышленности ФРБ Канзаса. О квартальных результатах сегодня отчитается компании Dow Chemical, Freeport-McMoRan, Eli Lilly & Co, PulteGroup, Danaher, Nasdaq, 3M, Caterpillar, United Continental, McDonald's (до открытия), а также Microsoft, Amazon.com, Alphabet, AT&T (после закрытия). К 13:50 МСК фьючерсы на индекс S&P 500 торгуются с повышением на 0,294%.

22 октября 2015, 09:37

Сегодня в США ожидается: масса интересного

В четверг, 22 октября, в Соединенных Штатах Америки ожидается публикация ряда важных макроэкономических показателей и отчетностей. В 15:30 МСК ожидается актуальная информация по количеству первичных обращений за пособиями по безработице за неделю. В 17:00 МСК будут опубликованы данные по продажам домов на вторичном рынке за сентябрь. Согласно прогнозам, показатель составил 5,38 млн после 5,31 млн месяцем ранее. Среди второстепенных данных можно отметить недельное изменение запасов природного газа, а также индекс деловой активности в промышленности ФРБ Канзаса. О квартальных результатах сегодня отчитается компании Dow Chemical, Freeport-McMoRan, Eli Lilly & Co, PulteGroup, Danaher, Nasdaq, 3M, Caterpillar, United Continental, McDonald's (до открытия), а также Microsoft, Amazon.com, Alphabet, AT&T (после закрытия). К 13:50 МСК фьючерсы на индекс S&P 500 торгуются с повышением на 0,294%.

20 октября 2015, 19:41

China’s contracted FDI surges over 50% as investors confident

CONTRACTED foreign direct investment in China surged more than 50 percent in the first nine months of this year, indicating confidence among foreign investors even as the country’s economy slowed. China’s

05 октября 2015, 23:32

Can Indiana Compromise On LGBT Rights, Religious Liberty?

The “Utah compromise” was hailed by some as a groundbreaking balance of religious liberty and LGBT rights. But now, as Indiana Republican leaders examine whether such a policy could be introduced in the Hoosier state, business leaders are roundly rejecting the concept. It’s too late, they say, for that kind of compromise to work in Indiana. “After RFRA,” said former Angie’s List chief Bill Oesterle, “that’s a horrible half-solution.” He is referring to the battle over the Religious Freedom Restoration Act in July. Utah law now lists sexual orientation and gender identity as protected classes in housing and employment — but, without buy-in from the religious community, it does not include “public accommodations,” a broad legal term used to describe everything from bus services to restaurants and other private businesses. Legislation modeled after the Utah law, Oesterle said, would be “completely unpalatable to me.” And lawmakers, he added, would be naive to think those weaker laws would be enough to repair the state’s battered reputation. He, and others including Eli Lilly & Co. and the NCAA, say they want stronger protections of LGBT rights than the Utah compromise afforded —  including in businesses open to the public. And there’s no indication that the Utah compromise would please opponents of LGBT rights, either. Experts across the country say this polarizing problem necessitates compromise, but meanwhile, both sides snipe at each other for refusing to give an inch. Still, some in Indiana say that no-compromise attitude is more likely to backfire on the most zealous defenders of religious liberty. That could force the issue — and put Indiana in a position that politically demands full protections. Public accommodations include any business or service open to the public. In the civil rights movement of the 1950s and 1960s, some of the most well-known examples of discrimination in public accommodations centered on water fountains, bathrooms, buses and seats at the lunch counter. But today, the battleground is wedding services. Should a business owner, who follows a religion that disapproves of gay marriage, have to serve gay customers who request wedding cakes or photographs? In Washington state, the law prohibits discrimination based on sexual orientation in public accommodations. That’s what formed the basis of a widely publicized case against Arlene’s Flowers, a business sued by the state for turning down a gay customer’s request for wedding arrangements. A judge fined the business for violating state law. In Utah, where lawmakers could strike deals more easily on housing and employment discrimination, an agreement to extend LGBT rights to public accommodations wasn’t winnable, said University of Illinois law professor Robin Fretwell Wilson. In Indiana, she said, she has fielded inquiries about the Utah model from Gov. Mike Pence’s office and the team of Al Hubbard and Mark Miles, two influential Republicans working on an anti-discrimination proposal. But some businesses rebuffed the idea of any proposal that lacks protections in public accommodations, emphasizing that they are advocating for full protections for everybody. “We stand for equal protections for all Hoosiers, including Hoosiers in the LGBT community,” said Edward Sagebiel, Lilly’s senior director for global corporate communications, reputation and branding. “Our commitment to fair treatment of all employees, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity, has not changed and is at the core of what we believe in,” said Bob Williams, senior vice president of communications for the NCAA. “We intend to stand strong with our colleagues in the business community as the fight for equal protections under the law is fought for everyone in the state of Indiana.” Many agree the bitterness over RFRA — and damage to the state’s reputation — still lingers.  In Utah, perhaps the most noteworthy advancement of LGBT rights was the inclusion of nondiscrimination protections for transgender people. And, for the religious liberty side, the state created a workaround for county clerks to opt out of providing wedding services. Clerks had to figure out which of their employees would religiously object and put into place other arrangements for an authorized official to solemnize marriages — all planned out before a problem would ever arise. That way, nobody says no to a couple. No couple gets turned away. So, can a similar workaround be done for public accommodations? Allowing businesses to turn away gay couples, Wilson said, even if they provide a list of other places willing to provide the service, feels too much like the Kentucky clerk Kim Davis refusing to issue marriage licenses. “It will feel as offensive as those two guys standing there at her desk being told to wait,” Wilson said.“There’s so much harm in saying no,” she added. “Even if you and I know we can go across the street. It’s very, very close to saying, ‘I do not like you.’” Just as the Utah compromise isn’t enough for many Indiana businesses, it may not satisfy religious conservatives, either. The Alliance Defending Freedom, a national conservative Christian organization, said it’s a “misnomer” and a “farce” to say Utah’s laws forged a compromise. Litigation counsel Caleb Dalton said he felt as though the religious community did not win many more protections than already afforded under constitutional law. The Utah legislation wrote in exemptions beyond religious organizations such as churches or parochial schools, to also include any affiliated nonprofits or auxiliary building. The nondiscrimination law also explicitly preserves First Amendment rights to freedom of expression. That means employees can’t be fired, for example, for supporting anti-abortion causes or going to a gay pride parade. But Dalton said he would want to see legislation that recognizes people’s “freedom to live and act according to their faiths.” Ultimately, it all comes back to the underlying question: Can religious liberty and LGBT rights coexist in Indiana? Indiana University Maurer School of Law professor Steve Sanders says that depends on how you define religious liberty. “Religious liberty refers to the principle that the government can’t interfere with somebody’s conscience and can’t directly interfere with how they lead their lives,” Sanders said. “But what we’ve seen is Christian conservatives defining religious liberty much more broadly. “Essentially, they say, ‘If I disagree with something as a matter of public policy, it violates my religious liberty.’ That’s an unworkable definition of religious liberty in a pluralistic society. It runs the risk of making the individual religious believer a law unto himself, or unto herself.” The religious right, he said, have appropriated the term to make an emotional appeal. Though it’s too early to say what any kind of proposal in Indiana would look like, it’s clear compromise is on the minds of those working toward a solution. (Stephanie Wang writes for The Indianapolis Star. Chris Sikich contributed to this story. ) Copyright 2015 Religion News Service. All rights reserved. No part of this transmission may be reproduced without written permission. 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31 июля 2015, 19:06

Sanofi Tops Q2 Earnings, Revenues Grow Y/Y, Maintains View - Analyst Blog

Sanofi's (SNY) second-quarter 2015 business earnings came in at 78 cents per American Depositary Share, beating the Zacks Consensus Estimate of 72 cents.

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28 июля 2015, 21:54

Why Pharmaceutical Eli Lilly & Co. Warrants Attention from Investors Right Now - Stocks in the News

Eli Lilly & Co. warrants attention from investors right now thanks to several positive trends and figures, in addition to the stock holding a Zacks Rank #2 (Buy).

29 апреля 2015, 16:30

Intro Guide to the Vanguard PRIMECAP Investor (VPMCX) Fund - Best of Funds

Intro Guide to the Vanguard PRIMECAP Investor (VPMCX) Fund

10 марта 2015, 10:32

АМКУ согласовал сделку Novartis и GSK

Антимонопольный комитет Украины (АМКУ) одним из последних в мире завершил рассмотрение дел о концентрации и согласованны[ действиях с участием компаний Novartis AG (Базель, Швейцария) и Glaxo Smith Kline plc (GSK, Брентфорд, Великобритания), происходящих на рынках онкологических, безрецептурных препаратов и вакцин для людей.

06 марта 2015, 21:59

АМКУ одним из последних последним согласовал сделку Novartis и GSK

Антимонопольный комитет Украины (АМКУ) одним из последних в мире завершил рассмотрение дел о концентрации и согласованные действия с участием компаний Novartis AG (г. Базель, Швейцария) и Glaxo Smith Kline plc (GSK, г. Брентфорд, Англия), которые происходят на рынках онкологических, безрецептурных препаратов и вакцин для людей.