NEW YORK, Dec. 3, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- If you own shares in any of the companies listed above andwould like to discuss our investigations or have any questions concerningthis notice or your rights or interests, please contact: Joshua Rubin, Esq.WeissLaw LLP1500 Broadway, 16th FloorNew York, NY 10036(212) 682-3025(888) email@example.com Oaktree Acquisition Corp. (NYSE: OAC) WeissLaw LLP is investigating possible breaches of fiduciary duty and other violations of law by the board of directors of Oaktree Acquisition Corp. (NYSE: OAC) in connection with the company's proposed merger with privately-held telehealth company Hims, Inc. ("Hims"). Under the terms of the agreement, OAC will acquire Hims through a reverse merger that will result in Hims becoming a public company. If you own OAC shares and wish to discuss this investigation or your rights, please call us at one of the numbers listed above or visit our website: https://www.weisslawllp.com/oac/ InterPrivate Acquisition Corp. (NYSE: IPV) WeissLaw LLP is investigating possible breaches of fiduciary duty and other violations of law by the board of directors of InterPrivate Acquisition Corp. (NYSE: IPV) in connection with the company's proposed merger with privately-held Aeva Inc. ("Aeva"). Under the terms of the agreement, IPV will acquire Aeva through a reverse merger that will
(RTTNews) - The Indonesia stock market has moved higher in three straight sessions, surging more than 210 points or 3.7 percent along the way. The Jakarta Composite Index now rests just above the 5,820-point plateau although it may spin its wheels on Friday. The global forecast for the Asian markets is murky on reports that supply issues may delay the coronavirus vaccine rollout. The European and U.S. markets were mixed and little changed and the Asian bourses figure to follow suit. The JCI finished slightly higher on Thursday following gains from the resource stocks and a mixed picture from the financial sector. For the day, the index rose 8.96 points or 0.15 percent to finish at 5,822.94 after trading between 5,797.01 and 5,853.16. Among the actives, Bank Danamon Indonesia jumped 1.80 percent, while Bank Mandiri skidded 1.13 percent, Bank CIMB Niaga collected 0.58 percent, Bank Central Asia rose 0.16 percent, Bank Rakyat Indonesia gathered 2.33 percent, Indosat sank 1.20 percent, Astra International plunged 1.75 percent, United Tractors gained 0.38 percent, Indocement tumbled 1.69 percent, Semen Indonesia added 0.42 percent, Indofood Suskes retreated 1.40 percent, Aneka Tambang advanced 0.80 percent, Vale Indonesia climbed 1.64 percent, Timah surged 7.93 percent, Bumi Resources
(RTTNews) - The China stock market has ended lower in two straight sessions, slipping almost 10 points or 0.3 percent along the way. The Shanghai Composite Index now sits just above the 3,440-point plateau and it's looking at a steady start on Friday. The global forecast for the Asian markets is murky on reports that supply issues may delay the coronavirus vaccine rollout. The European and U.S. markets were mixed and little changed and the Asian bourses figure to follow suit. The SCI finished slightly lower on Thursday following losses from the financial shares, resource stocks and properties. For the day, the index fell 7.24 points or 0.21 percent to finish at 3,442.14 after trading between 3,428.80 and 3,452.16. The Shenzhen Composite Index rose up 0.13 points or 0.01 percent to end at 2,290.33. Among the actives, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China skidded 1.28 percent, while Bank of China shed 0.60 percent, China Construction Bank eased 0.14 percent, China Merchants Bank lost 0.66 percent, China Minsheng Bank collected 0.37 percent, Bank of Communications dipped 0.21 percent, China Life Insurance sank 0.75 percent, Ping An Insurance tumbled 1.06 percent, Jiangxi Copper plunged 6.12 percent, Aluminum Corp of China (Chalco) cratered
(RTTNews) - The Singapore stock market has tracked higher in two of three trading days since the end of the three-day slide in which it had fallen almost 65 points or 2.3 percent. The Straits Times Index now rests just above the 2,820-point plateau and it figures to be rangebound again on Friday. The global forecast for the Asian markets is...
(RTTNews) - The South Korea stock market has finished higher in three straight sessions, accelerating more than 100 points or 4 percent along the way. The KOSPI now rests just shy of the 2,700-point plateau although it may spin its wheels on Friday. The global forecast for the Asian markets is murky on reports that supply issues may delay the coronavirus vaccine rollout. The European and U.S. markets were mixed and little changed and the Asian bourses figure to follow suit. The KOSPI finished modestly higher on Thursday following gains from the technology stocks and automobile producers. For the day, the index advanced 20.32 points or 0.76 percent to finish at the daily high of 2,696.22 after moving as low as 2,672.85. Volume was 810 million shares worth 15.4 trillion won. There were 469 gainers and 369 decliners. Among the actives, Shinhan Financial shed 0.44 percent, while KB Financial collected 0.75 percent, Hana Financial climbed 1.13 percent, Samsung Electronics rose 0.29 percent, LG Electronics spiked 5.12 percent, SK Hynix rallied 2.29 percent, LG Chem added 0.59 percent, Lotte Chemical dropped 0.70 percent, S-Oil gained 0.56 percent, SK Innovation tumbled 1.37 percent, POSCO perked 0.60 percent, SK Telecom fell 0.21 percent,
WASHINGTON, Dec. 3, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- No state compares to California with respect to the impact of the U.S. video games on its economy. A new study from the Entertainment Software Association (ESA) shows the video game industry in California generates $51.8 billion in annual economic output, either through direct industry output ($22.5 billion) or via other participants in the video game ecosystem, such as suppliers and other supported output ($29.3 billion). That ranks the state first nationally—by far—in economic output. Also, the video game industry accounts for about 218,100 jobs in California, either directly through industry jobs (about 57,400) or through supplier and other supported jobs (about 160,700)—more than any other state. Overall, the U.S. video game industry's annual economic output is $90.3 billion and accounts for nearly 429,000 jobs. These are among several key findings from "Video Games in the 21st Century: The 2020 Economic Impact Report," a review of the industry and its wide-ranging impacts released today by the ESA. The report outlines ongoing advancements in technology and vast participation in gameplay that transcends all demographics (in fact, one in three citizens of the world play video games). The report also lists the top 10 U.S. states ranked by total
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Slack CEO Stewart Butterfield and Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff Noah Berger/AFP via Getty Images, Kimberly White/Getty Images for FortuneSalesforce agreed pay a whopping $27.7 billion to acquire Slack earlier this week, which puts new firepower behind the workplace chat app. But Slack struggled to grow as fast as its rivals during the pandemic and experts point out that the new integration won't automatically fix its issues, analysts say. Several were skeptical about how Salesforce would be able to monetize or bundle Slack. Do you have insight to share? Contact reporter Ashley Stewart via encrypted messaging app Signal (+1-425-344-8242) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org). Contact Paayal Zaveri via email at email@example.com or Signal at 925-364-4258. You can also contact Business Insider securely via SecureDrop. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Before Slack fetched a whopping $27.7 billion price tag from Salesforce, the workplace messaging app was struggling to keep pace with competitors Zoom and Microsoft Teams. And while analysts believe that the sale makes the two companies a stronger rival to Microsoft, it won't instantly improve all of Slack's struggles. While the pandemic-forced shift to remote work has been a boon for companies that provide communication software, Slack has not experienced
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Zoom founder Eric Yuan reacts at the Nasdaq opening bell ceremony on April 18, 2019 in New York City. The video-conferencing software company announced it's IPO priced at $36 per share, at an estimated value of $9.2 billion. Kena Betancur/Getty Images Zoom founder and CEO Eric Yuan chatted with Business Insider Editor-in-Chief Alyson Shontell at the Web Summit Conference to discuss Zoom's unprecedented rise to become a household name. Yuan previously worked at Cisco WebEx and didn't like going into the office because he "did not see a single happy WebEx customer," which motivated him to create Zoom. Yuan explained how the company had to quickly adapt from its original enterprise focus to providing its product to regular consumers during the pandemic. Yuan doesn't believe Zoom's popularity will go away after the crisis ends: He told Business Insider that the pandemic showed how easy it is to communicate and engage without needing to constantly travel or commute to work, and that people won't want to give that up. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Video conference company Zoom has had an incredible year as the coronavirus crisis has turned it into a household name. As the pandemic raged through