Corning sees Q2 LCD glass market up mid single digits sequentially Sees FY effective tax rate 20%. Sees FY Display volume growth in line with worldwide market growth, sees worldwide share remaining stable vs. last year. Sees pricing for Gorilla Glass returning to moderate declines in Q2. Says has seen stabilization in polysilicon market. Says on track to reach $1.5B in CapEx for FY14. Says hedged all expected foreign currency translation exposure for 2013 and 2014 in February 2013, says has taken actions to protect company from potential adverse translation. Says no changes in expectations for overall LCD retail and glass markets for FY14; sees retail market up in the mid to high single digits. Believes ultra high definition TV sets has opportunity to be a major demand driver in the future, sees about 10M of these TV sets shipped in 2014. Sees Q2 LCD glass market up mid single digits sequentially, sees glass volume up high single digits sequentially. Sees LCD glass price declines in Q2 significantly less than Q1. Sees Q2 Optical Communications sales up mid to high single digits vs. last year. Sees Q2 Environmental sales up in the low to mid teens y/y. Sees Specialty Materials sales up 20%-25% in Q2 vs. Q1. Sees Gorilla Glass consumption up 24% this year. Sees Q2 Life Sciences sales consistent with last year. Sees Hemlock sales up 20% over 2013. Sees Q2 equity earnings from Dow Corning approximately $40M. Sees polysilicon sales picking up until Q4. Sees Q2 gross margin 46%. Comments made on the Q1 earnings conference call.