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The Perils of Volatility: Adams Seesaws on Speculation about FDA

This article was originally published in RPM Report

Executive Summary

Adams Respiratory Therapeutics took a wild ride on June 8, with the stock plunging 10% in a matter of minutes. All because of something FDA didn't do.

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