5 Biotechs With Cash Runways Into 2025

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The Street

By Maxx Chatsko In drug development, cash is king, especially during a market correction. If you think tech stocks have it rough right now, sneak a peek at biotech stocks. The sector is in the midst of its most severe correction ever. Although it’s healthy to see excess squeezed out of valuations, that’s no consolation to investors who bought in during the peak last year. And the worst of the correction could be ahead. That may sound scary, but investors aren’t helpless. It helps to navigate volatility by focusing on fundamentals. Here’s how a back-to-the-basics approach and a focus on compani… Read More “5 Biotechs With Cash Runways Into 2025”

‘Couldn’t Deny The Love I Feel’: Tyrese & Zelie Timothy Reconcile After Dramatic Breakup, ‘Master Manipulator’ Claims

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Radar Online

Tyrese Gibson and his old flame-turned-new-flame Zelie Timothy are back together less than two months after their dramatic breakup, Radar can confirm. Over the weekend, the on-again couple announced they reconciled by sharing a video of themselves smiling and laughing together at the beach via their respective Instagram accounts. “It’s clear I couldn’t deny the ove I feel for you if I tried,” the Baby Boy star wrote in a since-changed caption. “Happy Labor Day my love. A whole vibe you are … Endless love … Endless love.” Their shared caption now reads, “Sweetest touch has always been yours… Read More “‘Couldn’t Deny The Love I Feel’: Tyrese & Zelie Timothy Reconcile After Dramatic Breakup, ‘Master Manipulator’ Claims”

Sacramento’s Run at Open Cup History Teems With Destiny

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Sports Illustrated

By Brian Straus Its bid to join MLS deferred, delayed and dismantled, the USL Championship side is beating top-flight teams instead, and one more stands in the way of a legendary title. When the timing, draw, bounces and breaks somehow start falling your way in a competition that lacks consistent rhythm, rhyme or reason by design, the British traditionally ask whether that means “your name is on the cup.” Maybe only destiny can inject a bit of order into the mayhem. It provides a narrative foundation for the chaos that unfolds during a season-long, multileague, single-elimination tournament. T… Read More “Sacramento’s Run at Open Cup History Teems With Destiny”

TikTok Parent Guts a Major Division

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The Street

By Michael Tedder ByteDance has decided to tone down its efforts in a key area. The China-based company ByteDance is mainly known for the billion-user strong app TikTok. You know, the app that turns the most random songs possible into a dance craze, the app that finally provided Fleetwood Mac with their long-awaited big break, the app that has created fashion trends that scandalized Disney, and the app that some young people are, perhaps unwisely, using for financial advice. Well, ByteDance isn’t just TikTok. But it seems that its plans to expand have hit a rough patch lately, as it has reportRead More “TikTok Parent Guts a Major Division”

So far, DeSantis has agreed to just one debate with Crist

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Orlando Sentinel

TALLAHASSEE — Florida’s political World erupted over the weekend on Twitter and other social media with rumors, confirmations and cancellations of debate appearances by Gov. Ron DeSantis against his Democratic opponent, U.S. Rep. Charlie Crist. When the dust settled, it was confirmed that DeSantis had agreed to a debate on a West Palm Beach station Oct. 12 but not to the larger, more widely broadcast and long-running “Before You Vote” Oct. 20 debate. Organizers said they were told that DeSantis and the campaign are firm on their decision to not participate. “We got a polite decline,” said Ron … Read More “So far, DeSantis has agreed to just one debate with Crist”

How Brazil is feeding the ’s appetite for superfoods

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Relaxnews

By ricardohossoe / Getty Images In the spotlight in the run-up to the country’s presidential election, Brazil’s influence keeps expanding in many fields, including food. From açaí and guarana to Brazil nuts, not only are these ingredients so packed full of nutrients that they’re considered superfoods, but all of them happen to hail from Brazil. For the past 10 years, Brazil has been feeding the superfood trend by bringing many of the country’s dietary traditions to stores worldwide. And the trend shows no sign of stopping — ever heard of camu camu? In the spotlight in the run-up to the countr… Read More “How Brazil is feeding the ’s appetite for superfoods”

AMD FSR 1.0 vs. FSR 2.0: Which upscaling tech should you use?

We want our cake, and you bet we’re eating it too! What gamer doesn’t want beautiful graphics and high frame rates? AMD’s FSR, or FidelityFX Super Resolution, does just that by using upscaling technology. the best 1080P GPU Radeon RX 6600 Swft 210Read our review MSRP: $329.99 Best Prices Today: $249.99 at Amazon | $249.99 at Amazon | $260 at B&H Photo Video To compete with Nvidia’s DLSS (or Deep Learning Super Sampling) in the battle for the best graphics cards, AMD has introduced FSR 2.0—but the original FSR is sticking around and still widely available. Should you be using FSR 1.0 or FSR 2.0… Read More “AMD FSR 1.0 vs. FSR 2.0: Which upscaling tech should you use?”

Is Spanish-language media really a free-for-all? Here’s how it is —and isn’t — regulated

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Miami Herald

MIAMI — False claims on WhatsApp and Telegram that monkeypox isn’t a real virus. Russian war propaganda reaching from Latin America to Hispanic voters in the U.S. Unfounded assertions that the FBI’s raid of Mar-a-Lago was ordered up directly by President Joe Biden. Two years after controversy erupted over the influence Spanish-language disinformation had on U.S. elections, the problem persists on social media channels and in mass media. Tech companies and the federal government say they are trying to address the issue as yet another election season gets closer. But they acknowledge that they’r… Read More “Is Spanish-language media really a free-for-all? Here’s how it is —and isn’t — regulated”

Unlock the Power of High-Performance Computing for Digital Transformation

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CIO

Many people associate high-performance computing (HPC), also known as supercomputing, with far-reaching government-funded research or consortia-led efforts to map the human genome or to pursue the latest cancer cure. But HPC can also be tapped to advance more traditional business outcomes — from fraud detection and intelligent operations to helping advance digital transformation. The challenge: making complex compute-intensive technology accessible for mainstream use. As companies digitally transform and steer toward becoming data-driven businesses, there is a need for increased computing hors… Read More “Unlock the Power of High-Performance Computing for Digital Transformation”

Organizations are Accurately Tracking Their Carbon Footprint with Secure Monitoring at the Edge

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CIO

As the threat of climate change looms, organizations across every sector are focused on driving sustainable progress and innovation. Most of these organizations are measuring success based on their stated goals in environmental, social, and governance (ESG) initiatives and results. Now there is a way to quantify and verify those achievements. It’s called Project Alvarium and its mission is to create a framework and open APIs that help organizations reliably and securely quantify trust in data collected and analyzed near the point of conception. This secure data can deliver near real-time insig… Read More “Organizations are Accurately Tracking Their Carbon Footprint with Secure Monitoring at the Edge”