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Thursday, September 28, 2006

Pre-Market Stock Notes (Sept. 28, 2006)

(ACOR) Acorda up 1% on thinner pre-market volume after huge spike on Monday and Tuesday.
(ALGN) Align Tech trading UP 30% pre-market on reaching pact with OrthoClear on litigation.
(ALNY) Alnylam gets a $23 million infectuous disease pact from US government.
(AMGN) Amgen's colorectal cancer drug received FDA approval yesterday minutes before the close.
(AZO) Autozone said Eddie Lampert will not stand for re-election to the AZO board of directors.
(CBRE) CBRE Realty Group 9.6 million share IPO priced at $14.50, lower price and lower share count.
(CROX) Crocs added to S&P Small Cap 600 Index.
(CSC) Computer Sciences led-team gets $3.7 Billion contracts from health office in UK.
(EGLT) Eagle test is selling 5.5 million shares in secondary offering.
(EXEL) Exilixis filed to sell 9 million shares of common stock.
(GM) GM & Renault talks are going to be extended over ongoing talks of an alliance, but the street is thinking GM may be wanting too much.
(FDO) Family Dollar $0.26 EPS vs $0.23e.
(HPQ) H-P's general counsel Ann Baskins resigns; Hurd and Dunn testify today.
(ICFI) ICF International 4.67 million share IPO priced at $12.00, under the price range.
(LCUT) Lifetime Brands lowered annual EPS guidance.
(MIK) Michaels Stores puts revenues at high-end of range.
(NWS) NewsCorp makes 2 newspaper acquisitions.
(NYX) New York Stock Exchange trading up pre-market as Cramer said he was wrong to say Sell and it should be bought.
(PWER) Power One is making an acquisition of a Magnetek unit.
(RECN) Resource Connection $0.30 EPS vs $0.26e, unsure if gains in number.
(RMD) Resmed moves up to S&P Mid Cap 400 Index.
(SI) Smith International moves up to S&P 500 Index.
(STM) STMicro could be a takeover target according to online reports.
(SUNW) Sun Micro acquired private Neogent for undisclosed terms.
(SYMC) Symantec said Microsoft is abusing its operating system monopoly.
(THLD) Threshold Pharma gets FDA Orphan drug designation for pancreatic cancer.
(TWX) Time Warner down 1% after JPMorgan downgrade; also cuts Warner Bros. Internet unit in L.A., with 19 employees laid off.
(ZHNE) Zhone lowered revenue guidance.
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