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Mind Medicine shares rise 13% after a sharp decline on Wednesday

By Chris Wack Mental Medicine Inc. Shares rebounded from a sharp decline on Wednesday, rising 13% to $3.65 a day after the company said it had priced its underwritten public offering of 7.1 million common shares, along with warrants. subscription to buy 7.1 million shares. The stock hit its lowest level in 52 weeks at …

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Prime Medicine Files for IPO

Mind Medicine shares rise 13% after a sharp decline on Wednesday

By Chris Wack Mental Medicine Inc. Shares rebounded from a sharp decline on Wednesday, rising 13% to $3.65 a day after the company said it had priced its underwritten public offering of 7.1 million common shares, along with warrants accompanying subscription to buy 7.1 million shares. The stock hit its lowest level in 52 weeks …

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Mind Medicine Shares Tumble Premarket in Public Offering > MNMD

By Colin Kelher Shares of Mind Medicine (MindMed) Inc. plunged more than 30% in premarket trading on Wednesday after the clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company announced it was raising about $30 million in a dilutive public offering. . The New York-based company said it was selling nearly 7.06 million shares, each with a mandate to buy another …

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The internet used to be smaller and nicer.  Let's get it back.

The internet used to be smaller and nicer. Let’s get it back.

MY FIRST Internet exposure was in two novels I read as a teenager: “Snowcrash” (1992) and “Neuromancer” (1984). They are set in dystopian visions of the future, where the power of technology has been co-opted to primarily control the population. But both feature independent, compelling protagonists who use their hacking, digital-native skills to save themselves, …

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Reviews |  The West's struggle for mental health

Reviews | The West’s struggle for mental health

Since the 1990s, there has been talk of a mental health epidemic in the United States, especially among young people. Last month’s mass shootings in Uvalde, Texas, and Buffalo, New York, carried out by 18-year-old gunmen have raised fears that something has gone terribly wrong. But the problem is not new. American psychiatrists have studied …

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“The Internet Isn't What You Think It Is” Review: Beware!  This site is not secure

“The Internet Isn’t What You Think It Is” Review: Beware! This site is not secure

Most people assume they know what the Internet is. But if asked to describe its power, its reach or its history, most of us will fall for an easy metaphor: we call it a “Web”, a “virtual public square” or “the cloud”, to name just a few common terms. In “The Internet Isn’t What You …

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