Since emerging from bankruptcy in 2010, MGM has returned to profitability.
With a foolish Facebook update, CEO Reed Hastings repeats history and raises expectations too high.
Stocks of both companies doubled this year on hope their drugs will be approved for sale in the US.
A website promoting an FDA-approved drug caused excitement in the stock. But there's no official clearance and the company said the site went live by mistake.
Vivus becomes the second pharma this year approved to sell a weight-loss treatment.
The company scored positive analyst attention, fueling a run on front-month calls.
It's the last piece of the company's year-long makeover.
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