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Where are the Celgene shares traded?

Celgene's common stock is traded on the NASDAQ National Stock Market System
Tix Symbol: CELG

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Where is Celgene Incorporated?

Celgene became a Delaware Corporation in 1986.

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Where are Celgene's Corporate Headquarters?

Summit, New Jersey

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Can I purchase shares directly from the company?

No, Celgene does not have a direct stock purchase plan. Shares may be purchased through a financial services provider of your choice.

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Do you have a DRIP (Dividend Reinvestment Plan)?

No, Celgene does not pay a dividend and therefore does not have such a program.

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How many stock splits has Celgene had and when?

4/17/00 3 for 1 split

10/25/04 2 for 1 split

2/27/06 2 for 1 split

6/19/14 2 for 1 split

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I've lost my stock certificates, how can I replace them?

Contact our Transfer Agent, American Stock Transfer & Trust Company

American Stock Transfer & Trust Company, LLC
6201 15th Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11219

Tel 1-800-937-5449
Tel 1-718-921-8124
http://www.amstock.com/main/

To begin the process, click here:
https://secure.amstock.com/shareholder/sh_login.asp

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Who should I notify in the event of a change of address?

You should directly communicate your changes to the transfer agent,
American Stock Transfer & Trust Company, LLC
6201 15th Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11219

Tel 1-800-937-5449
Tel 1-718-921-8124

To begin the process, click here:
https://secure.amstock.com/shareholder/sh_login.asp

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Who can assist me with transferring my certificates into a trust or another name?

Transfer inquiries should be handled directly through our transfer agent, American
Stock Transfer & Trust Company (AST)
American Stock Transfer & Trust Company, LLC
6201 15th Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11219

Tel 1-800-937-5449
Tel 1-718-921-8124

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How can I get a copy of your Annual Report or any other Investor materials (i.e., Investor Relations kit, 10-k)?

Fill out the Information Request Form.

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Do you have another question that hasn't been answered?

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