Silverback Therapeutics prices IPO at $21/share, will raise $241M in 4th Wash. state IPO of 2020

SIlverback Therapeutics CEO Laura Shawver. (Silverback Photo)

Silverback Therapeutics will raise $241.5 million as the Seattle biotech company goes public Friday.

Silverback priced its IPO on Thursday evening at $21 per share, which exceeded the high end of its expected range ($17 to $19). The company is selling 11.5 million shares.

Founded in 2016, Silverback uses a proprietary technology platform called ImmunoTAC to develop therapies that target specific areas of disease in a way designed to avoid damaging healthy tissue. Its lead product candidate, designated SBT6050, uses monoclonal antibodies to target breast, gastric and lung cancers. It’s currently in Phase 1/1b clinical trials, according to its IPO filing.

Silverback will be the fourth Washington state company to go public this year, following health tech startup Accolade, marketing startup ZoomInfo, and Athira Pharma, another Seattle-based biotech company that went public in September.

A record number of biotech companies are going public

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Comcast will raise prices for TV and internet in January

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Get ready to pay more for Comcast services in the new year.


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Nationwide price hikes for Comcast’s cable TV and internet service are coming Jan. 1, a company representative confirmed. Standard monthly rates as well as additional fees not shown in advertised pricing will see increases, Ars Technica earlier reported.

TV customers will see a price increase of up to $4.50 a month on the Broadcast TV fee, as well as a $2 bump to the Regional Sports Network fee. That adds up to paying as much as $78 more per year. Currently, the Broadcast TV fee is between $7.90 and $14.95, depending on the market, while the RSN fee maxes out at $8.75 a month in most areas.

Six internet-only packages, which are currently priced

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Comcast will raise prices for TV and internet in January, report says

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Get ready to pay more for Comcast services in the new year, a report says.


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Nationwide price hikes for Comcast’s cable TV and internet service are coming Jan. 1, according to a Wednesday report by Ars Technica. Both standard monthly rates and hidden fees not shown in advertised pricing will reportedly see increases.

TV customers will see a price increase of up to $4.50 a month on the “Broadcast TV” fee, as well as a $2 bump to the Regional Sports Network (RSN) fee, Ars Technica says. That adds up to paying as much as $78 more per year. Currently, the Broadcast TV fee is reportedly between $7.90 to $14.95, depending on the market, while the RSN fee maxes out at $8.75 a month in most areas.

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Comcast raising TV and Internet prices, including a big hike to hidden fees

Comcast Xfinity cable television installation truck parked on a street in front of a suburban home, San Ramon, California, May 17, 2018. (Photo by Smith Collection/Gado/Getty Images)
Enlarge / Comcast Xfinity cable television installation truck parked on a street in front of a suburban home, San Ramon, California, May 17, 2018. (Photo by Smith Collection/Gado/Getty Images)

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Comcast is raising prices for cable TV and Internet service on January 1, 2021, with price hikes coming both to standard monthly rates and to hidden fees that aren’t included in advertised prices.

TV customers are getting an especially raw deal, as Comcast is adding up to $4.50 a month to the “Broadcast TV” fee and $2 to the Regional Sports Network (RSN) fee. That’s an increase of up to $78 a year solely from two fees that aren’t included in advertised rates.

As in past years, even customers who still are on promotional pricing will not be spared from the Broadcast TV and RSN fee increases. “Customers on promotional pricing will not see

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Comcast to raise internet and TV prices nationwide next year

If you’re a Comcast TV and internet user, prepare for price hikes. The company is planning to increase the prices of a variety of services starting January 1st, 2021, according to Ars Technica and a document detailing the various price increases being shared on Reddit.



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The increases include as much as $4.50 per month added to the “Broadcast TV” fee and up to $2 per month added to the Regional Sports Network (RSN) fee, which collectively would add as much as $78 per year.

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In a statement to Ars Technica, a Comcast spokesperson confirmed the above fees, as well as a $3 per month increase for internet-only service and up to a $2.50 per month increase for TV boxes on the primary outlet, with a decrease of up to $2.45 per month for TV boxes on additional outlets. (This

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Computer games and fashion prices boost inflation in bounceback after Covid 19 disruption

Inflation posted a surprise increase to 0.7% in October from the previous month’s 0.5%, official figures showed today.

The Consumer Prices Index showed a rise as clothing prices increased, returning to normal seasonal patterns after the disruption wrought on the industry by Covid-19 .

Food prices also “nudged up”, as did second hand cars and computer games.

“These were partially offset by falls in the cost of energy and holidays,” the Office for National Statistics said.

The price of goods as they leave the factory gate, known as producer prices, fell 1.4% against 1.7% in September, perhaps signalling the crisis hitting manufacturers could be easing.

Similiarly, the deflation in raw materials eased somewhat, coming in at  1.3% in the year to October against 2.2% in September.

Including people’s housing costs, the consumer prices index inflation rate was 0.9% October, up from 0.7% in September.

Recreation and culture were the biggest

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Apple Mac Mini With M1 Chip: Details, Prices And More

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  • Apple has launched a new Mac mini
  • The company says the new model is way more powerful compared to the older Mac mini
  • It is now available for pre-order via Apple’s online store

Apple has announced three new Mac devices powered by its new M1 chip. All three devices are refreshed versions of their older, Intel-powered predecessors and are now available for pre-order via the company’s online store.

While two of these devices come in the form of MacBooks, the third one is the new Mac mini – Apple’s latest desktop computer.

Apple said this new model is way more powerful than its direct predecessor that was powered by Intel’s chips and is much smaller but more powerful compared to similarly-priced Windows computers.

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The new Mac mini features the new M1 chip inside its small frame. It has an 8-core CPU and 8-core GPU backed by 8GB

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