Most recently A Blaine Bowman exercised 2,300 shares worth $174,018.00 on 10 May 2017.
|Shares||Price per share||Total price||Shares after||Source|
|2017-05-10||ILMN||A Blaine Bowman||Director||Option exercise||2,300||$75.66||$174,018.00||18,004||SEC insider form 4|
|2017-04-12||ILMN||A Blaine Bowman||Director||Option exercise||3,000||$75.66||$226,980.00||18,704||SEC insider form 4|
|2017-03-08||ILMN||A Blaine Bowman||Director||Option exercise||3,000||$75.66||$226,980.00||18,704||SEC insider form 4|
|2017-02-08||ILMN||A Blaine Bowman||Director||Option exercise||3,000||$70.19||$210,570.00||18,704||SEC insider form 4|
|2017-01-11||ILMN||A Blaine Bowman||Director||Option exercise||3,000||$42.82||$128,460.00||18,704||SEC insider form 4|
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