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October 9, 2006
Here and There
A few miscellaneous notes this morning: I had an e-mail from a reader who asks "Why is Imclone stock worth anything at all?" He was referring to the competition they're now facing from Amgen, and the managerial turmoil that's been going on for months now. For my part, I think that IMCL is worth something, but I sure don't think it's worth $29.44/share, which is where I went short on Friday. (In the future, if I write about them, I'll make note of that fact each time in the interest of disclosure). I realize that this puts me on the other side of the fence from Carl Icahn, a person whose stock-picking judgment I might normally defer to. But in this case, I think I may know more about cancer therapies than Icahn does. We'll find out.
On an unrelated topic, I have a request. Does anyone know of a commercial source for a library of diverse phenyl carbamates? I realize that that's not the usual sort of diversity library - if I were after secondary amines, the offers just wouldn't stop. I can find scattered examples from various suppliers, but if someone had a bunch already collected, it would be a great time-saver. Any ideas?
But finally, though, physics is more on my mind than chemistry this morning. I'm digesting the unpleasant implications of this map, courtesy of the US Geological Survey. . .
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