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IPOs Planned

Initial public offerings as provided by Renaissance Capital, Greenwich, Conn., (ipohome.com) and SEC filings, include:

Epizyme Inc. » Cambridge, Mass., 4.3 million shares, priced at $13 to $15, managed by Citigroup, Cowen & Co., and Leerink Swann. Proposed Nasdaq symbol EPZM. Business: Biotech developing therapeutics for patients with genetically defined cancers.

Kamada Ltd. » Ness Ziona, Israel, 5.6 million ordinary shares, priced at $11 each, managed by Morgan Stanley and Jefferies. Proposed Nasdaq symbol KMDA. Business: Provides plasma-derived protein therapeutics mostly in Israel and the U.S. Stock trades on the Tel Aviv exchange.

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Workshop » The University of Phoenix will host a free workshop to help Utahns navigate specialized software and recent software updates from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m., at the South Jordan Learning Center, 10235 South Jordan Gateway. Participants will learn about optimizing operating systems for increased performance, the difference between operating systems and what version or software works best for PCs, Macs, tablets and SmartPhones. To register go to http://utahcareerworkshops.eventbrite.com.

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