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Corning Incorporated (GLW)
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Corning Inc announced yesterday they were spinning off their clinical labs and pharmaceutical services divisions to shareholders, of which I am now one (as of yesterday) !!! In a Wall St Journal article an analyst valued the breakup at $50 a share, with Corning the main unit alone worth the present price of the stock (about $36). Corning itself, besides making stuff that sits on your stove-top cooking your dinner, also makes specialty materials and is also in the fiber-optic (after all it's made of glass too!) and communications business. The pharmaceuticals division will compete with the likes of Clinitrials, and Quintiles both of which sell for PE's in the 40s and 50s (!!!!), because they help test and develop new drugs for the pharmaceutical companies. And guess what? Their division is
bigger and takes in more revenue than either Quintiles or Clinitrials!!!! And it's a heck of a growth
area with all the new stuff in coming out of all the biotech labs, etc. And the trend in the industry
to outsourcing. And last but not least is their lab division. So take a look, and tell me what you
think!!!
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2260This year I went on a road trip and went through Corning NY. I spent some time John Hayman-November 19
2259I'm new to Corning. It looked pretty good in a Better Investing Stock SelectGeomean-November 19
2258Hello, anyone out there in GLW ?? I can't believe that there hasn't beeJohn Hayman-11/25/2020
2257[youtube video]FJB36/29/2016
2256Corning Watch: Balance keeps company on solid footing LARRY WILSON, Elmira StAsymmetric15/10/2015
2255Corning's germ-fighting glass means you can touch an ATM with less worry cneJakeStraw-3/17/2015
2254Friday's Investors Day slides available as PDFs, for all speakers. investor.Sidney Street12/7/2015
2253Corning Inc. nears $10B sales goal Jeff Murray, jmurray@stargazette.com | @SGJAsymmetric-2/5/2015
2252From SA: JPMorgan upgrades Corning, cites 4K TVs and Iris Glass Jan 15 2015, Sidney Street-1/15/2015
2251Growth Is the Gorilla in Corning’s Room After a Strong Year, Corning’s Newest Asymmetric-1/11/2015
2250Corning Watch: Growing Corning Inc. with acquisitions LARRY WILSON, CorrAsymmetric-12/26/2014
2249Corning Watch: Corning Inc. rewards shareholders . LARRY WILSON, CorrespondentAsymmetric-12/26/2014
2248Chemical-Sensing Displays and Other Surprising Uses of Glass An inside look atAsymmetric112/26/2014
2247The pioneering tech company you've probably never heard of John Lynch / ThAsymmetric-12/17/2014
2246Corning Rises On Upbeat LCD Glass Forecast By Teresa Rivas / Barrons / Asymmetric-12/9/2014
2245Corning Announces Quarterly Dividend Increase of 20% and a $1.5 billion Share ReJohn Hayman-12/3/2014
2244As Apple Pursues Sapphire, Corning Says It Made Even Tougher Gorilla Glass ByAsymmetric-11/20/2014
2243Inside Apple’s Broken Sapphire Factory How $1 Billion Bet on iPhone Screens FaAsymmetric311/19/2014
2242Scientist who developed CorningWare dies in NY . Scientist who developed CorniAsymmetric111/7/2014
2241Corning Feels Pain of Weak Tablet Sales Glass Screen Maker Cuts Its Tablet OutAsymmetric-8/2/2014
2240Corning Watch: Is Corning ripe for takeover? By Larry Wilson, Correspondent - Asymmetric-8/2/2014
2239Apple Inc.’s (AAPL) sapphire site the scene of frenzied construction, productionAsymmetric-3/30/2014
2238Corning exec slams sapphire -- rumored for Apple device by Brooke Crothers / Asymmetric-3/30/2014
2237Forget Sapphire: Should Corning, Inc. Be More Worried About Plastic OLEDs? By Asymmetric-3/30/2014
2236Corning Still an Up-and-Comer A multiyear TV-replacement cycle will boost earAsymmetric13/27/2014
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