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Verenium: Analyst Highlights Risk of Plant Delay

10:20 AM MDT | June 8, 2009 | Alex Scott

Verenium (Cambridge, MA) a biotech start up, faces the risk of a delay in the construction of its planned commercial cellulosic ethanol facility as well as risks to its enzymes business, says Laurence Alexander, an analyst with Jefferies & Co. (New York), in a recent report. Alexander suggests that when looking at Verenium as an investment option, that there are “better risk-rewards available elsewhere.” Alexander’s report follows a recent meeting with Verenium’s president and CEO Carlos Riva, and CFO James Levine.   Issues...

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