At PSW, we have been hemming and hawing about inflation/deflation, how to right Washington, oil exploration, solar flairs, irrational exhuberance in the market, and why Gilead (GILD) has lost its prominence in the market's eye. Experts say it is the company's pipeline, as one of its flagship drugs is expiring in 2013. Others allege that the company is being shorted by hedge funds because the short interest is currently trading at 1 day.
Gilead Sciences, founded in 1987, is a leading pharmaceutical player, with more than 2,500 employees. With headquarters in Foster City, California, and operations spanning across the globe, it focuses its research and clinical programs on antivirals, antifungals and antibacterials. Gilead's portfolio of 13 marketed products includes a number of category firsts and market leaders.
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