Ironwood Puts It Bluntly: Denner Lacks Case To Join Board, Wouldn’t Provide Missing Insight
Citing concerns that Linzess might not hit the blockbuster threshold by 2020, as predicted by Ironwood, one analyst lowers the firm’s stock rating on the same day the company clarifies that it does not want activist investor Alex Denner to join its board.
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