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LUND, SWEDEN / ACCESSWIRE / October 28, 2021 / BioInvent International (STO:BINV)"The powerful combination of BioInvent's R&D and in-house manufacturing provides invaluable support to our clinical development and facilitates the execution of our current clinical portfolio. The integration of functions, on top of world leading science, makes it possible for us to develop novel treatments for patients suffering from serious diseases.
NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE /October 28, 2021 / The Glimpse Group, Inc. (NASDAQ:VRAR)(FSE:9DR) ("Glimpse" or the "Company"), a diversified Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality ("VR" and "AR") platform company providing enterprise-focused VR and AR software & services solutions announced that it has been listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange (the "FSE") under the trading symbol "9DR".
NYKÖPING, SE / ACCESSWIRE / October 28, 2021 / CTT Systems AB (STO:CTT)THIRD QUARTER 2021 * Net sales increased by 5% to MSEK 40.3) \- Currency adjusted, a growth of 10% * Operating profit (EBIT) increased to MSEK 11.
LUND, SWEDEN / ACCESSWIRE / October 28, 2021 / BioInvent International (STO:BINV)Lund, Sweden, October 28, 2021 \- BioInvent International AB (Nasdaq Stockholm: BINV) invites to a presentation of the third quarter report 2021 and a telephone conference with CEO Martin Welschof. The presentation will be held in English.
Smartization, or smart transformation, has become a hot topic for individuals, enterprises, and society as a whole. The uncertainty in the early stages of the pandemic caused companies to rethink their existing business models, supply chains, production processes, and working environments. Emerging technologies, including but not limited to IoT, AI, 5G, blockchain, and quantum mechanics are having a very real and exciting impact across all industries. As remote work and remote development have b
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It is likely to contribute to the global supply chain crisis and inflation, analysts told the BBC.
Oct. 28—Former TV weatherman Mark Ronchetti announced his campaign for governor Wednesday, ending months of speculation about whether he would jump into the race and join a crowded field of Republicans seeking the nomination. "This race won't be easy," Ronchetti, 48, said in a taped announcement. "They'll attack us. They'll lie about us. And they'll do anything to hold on to power. But they're ...
Oct. 28—Santa Fe County Sheriff's Office investigators have collected hundreds of rounds of ammunition — some suspected to be live — from the set of the Western film Rust at Bonanza Creek Ranch, where authorities say award-winning actor Alec Baldwin discharged a firearm that caused a fatal shooting last week. During a joint news conference Wednesday with the district attorney, an event ...
(Bloomberg) -- Kaisa Group Holdings Ltd. shares and bonds tumbled after two credit assessors downgraded the Chinese developer and said it may struggle to refinance dollar debt.Most Read from BloombergA Deep Dive Into Squid Game's World of InequalityMeet Six People Fighting Water Scarcity Across the GlobeHamburg Is at the Heart of Germany’s Growing Dilemma Over ChinaThe stock was down 18% at 2:14 p.m. local time, poised for its biggest loss on record in Hong Kong. Kaisa was the fourth most active
Nokia reported a stronger-than-expected third-quarter operating profit on Thursday, with more telecom operators switching to 5G services and as the telecom equipment maker's efforts to trim costs took hold. The company, which has been getting back on track following product missteps last year, also followed Nordic rival Ericsson in flagging about global semiconductor shortage starting to hit supply. "The uncertainty around the global semiconductor market limits our visibility into Q4 and 2022," Chief Executive Officer Pekka Lundmark said in a statement.
The UK's new £200m research vessel is in Greenwich ahead of her first ocean voyage to the Antarctic.
Citigroup wants to pursue a banking license in Saudi Arabia to further boost its business in the kingdom by expanding into trade finance and treasury solutions, a senior executive said. Citi was awarded a Saudi capital markets licence in 2017, allowing it to return to the kingdom in 2018 after a 13-year absence. It advised Saudi Aramco on its $29.4 billion listing in 2019, in what was the world's biggest initial public offering, as well as on several sovereign and corporate bond deals.
Protesters argued that the vaccine mandate was government overreach and "encroached more on people's liberties."
Despite a crackdown on crypto, Beijing is pouring resources on blockchain for government and enterprise.
Brexit will damage Britain’s economy more than the Covid-19 pandemic which plunged the country into three lockdowns, a fiscal watchdog chief has said. Richard Hughes, chairman of the Office for Budget Responsibility, said it had assumed that leaving the EU would “reduce our long run GDP by around four per cent”. “In the long term it is the case that Brexit has a bigger impact than the pandemic.”
An Australian regulator said it wants to make Google install a "choice screen" on smartphones so users can pick another search engine if they want, a step toward challenging the Alphabet Inc unit's dominance of the search market. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) also wants to limit Google's ability to pay Apple Inc to have its search engine installed as the default option on the smartphone maker's devices, the regulator said in a report on Thursday. The measures would put Australia roughly in line with Europe, which has forced Google to offer a choice of search engine on phones using its Android operating system.
A major domestic violence operation over the last month in Tulare County resulted in more than 100 suspects being arrested.
Rise in population base along with increasing demand for food, limited agricultural land, issues such as soil erosion and degradation, and surge in awareness among end-users regarding the benefits of agrochemicals have boosted the growth of the global agrochemicals market. The market across Asia-Pacific held the largest share in 2020, accounting for more than half of the market. The Covid-19 pandemic had a negative impact on the supply chain for several agrochemical products.Portland, OR, Oct. 2
Rishi Sunak threw open the spending taps on Wednesday, pledging a £150 billion boost for Government departments as the UK’s economy showed a better-than-expected recovery from the Covid pandemic. Delivering his third Budget since becoming Chancellor, Mr Sunak announced £2 billion of help for families with the cost of living through changes to Universal Credit and pledged to deliver lower taxes for working people by the end of the Parliament in 2024. Forecasts from the Government’s fiscal watchdog, the OBR, predicted a brighter outlook for the economy with GDP expected to grow by 6.5 per cent in 2021/22 – up from its 4 per cent prediction in March.