Income Statement (Annual)

LJPC / La Jolla Pharmaceutical Co. Income Statement shows changes in income and expenses over a period of time. Income Statement data includes Sales and Revenue, Gross Profit, Research and Development (R&D), Selling, General and Adminstrative Expense (SG&A), Operating Income, Income Tax Expense, Interest Expense, Non-Operating Income, Earnings per Share (EPS), and Shares Outstanding.

All numbers are times 1,000 except per share units.

2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
  Revenue From Contract With Customer Including Assessed Tax - - - - - - - -
  Revenues - - - 0 0 1,057 616 0
Costs And Expenses
  Cost Of Goods And Services Sold - - - - - - - -
  Research And Development Expense 13 177 1,353 4,362 9,944 29,092 62,288 84,575
  General And Administrative Expense 3,915 2,097 9,386 13,577 11,396 13,934 16,700 30,852
  Costs And Expenses 3,928 2,274 10,739 17,939 21,340 43,026 78,988 115,427
Operating Income Loss -3,928 -2,274 -10,739 -17,939 -21,340 -41,969 -78,372 -115,427
Other Nonoperating Income Expense -1 234 4 4 27 57 187 624
Net Income Loss -3,760 -11,548 -7,737 -17,935 -21,313 -41,912 -78,185 -114,803
Earnings Per Share Basic And Diluted -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0
Weighted Average Number Of Share Outstanding Basic And Diluted - 369 10,196 454,337 10,667 15,651 17,228 21,215

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