27 biotech execs who've sold the most stock

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If taking on a surge in coronavirus cases wasn’t enough, US hospitals are facing cyberattacks from Russia, which could be massively disruptive, the US is warning.

Today in healthcare news: A look at which biotech execs have sold stock as their companies develop COVID-19 treatments and vaccines, Y Combinator’s guide to spinning a company out of a university, and four biotech stocks investors should buy, according to UBS.

14 biotech companies sold more than $US1 billion of stock in the first nine months of 2020Sawyer Click/Business Insider

Biotech execs hunting for COVID-19 vaccines and treatments have raked in more than $US1 billion by selling company stock this year. Here are the 27 leaders who’ve cashed in the most.

See the full breakdown in this graphic by Andrew Dunn and Sawyer Click here>>

Jared Friedman YCY CombinatorY Combinator partner Jared Friedman.

The top startup accelerator just released its how-to guide for scientists and academics who want to start companies. Here’s what Y Combinator says all founders need to know.

  • Startup accelerator Y Combinator just released its first comprehensive guide for spinning scientific research out of universities and into companies, a common way many biotech startups are founded.
  • Y Combinator has funded 75 companies that have come out of academia, and compiled those experiences in a comprehensive guide for potential founders with similar backgrounds.
  • Business Insider got an exclusive look at the guide itself.

Read the full guide here>>

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UBS just shared the 4 biotech stocks investors should buy now — including 2 that could soar more than 50%

Read the full story here>>

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