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But robust demand is outpacing supply, stoking inflation, with several recent readings of inflation gauges - including the producer price index released on Tuesday - signaling rising price pressures. “The U.S. dollar kept firm as another hot reading on inflation overshadowed a chilly consumer,” said Joe Manimbo, senior market analyst, at Western Union Business Solutions in Washington. The Fed’s two-day meeting was set to end on Wednesday and it is due to issue a policy statement afterward. Recent economic data has raised concerns that price pressure could force an earlier stimulus withdrawal. Musk on Sunday flagged that the carmaker could resume transactions using the token if miners can use cleaner energy to process them.
Persons: , Joe Manimbo, Jerome Powell, bitcoin, MicroStrategy, Elon Musk Organizations: Traders, U.S, U.S . Federal, Western Union Business Solutions, BofA Global Research Locations: U.S ., Washington
“A lot of people worry we’re trading fossil fuel dependence for rare earth dependence,” said Kristin Dziczek, vice president at the Center for Automotive Research in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Tesla operates a massive Gigafactory in Reno, Nevada, that produces millions of battery cells each day. Environmentalists were up in arms last fall when fields of rare flowers, the Tiehm’s buckwheat, mysteriously died off in northern Nevada. While Ioneer denied harming the flowers, the incident drew attention to the larger environmental issues that underpin the push for clean energy. The question is whether China will dominate that side of the business, as well, or whether the U.S. could establish a domestic battery recycling industry.
Persons: Joe Biden's, , Kristin Dziczek, Morgan Stanley, Tesla, Ioneer, Aakash Arora, Nathan Niese, LCE Organizations: Center for Automotive Research, European Union, General Motors, Defense, Rio Tinto, Lithium, Boston Consulting Group, Reuters Locations: U.S, Australia, China, Ann Arbor , Michigan, Japan, South Korea, Reno , Nevada, Lordstown , Ohio, Spring Hill , Tennessee, Rio, Lithium Americas, Nevada
Wong told NBC Asian America that such dangerous misconceptions about who perpetrates anti-Asian hate incidents can have "long-term consequences for racial solidarity." She found major contradictions in the prevailing narrative around perpetrators, victims, and the general environment of racism toward Asian Americans during the coronavirus pandemic. The study, which examined hate crime data from 1992 to 2014, found that compared to anti-Black and anti-Latino hate crimes, a higher proportion of perpetrators of anti-Asian hate crimes were people of color. The baseline for anti-Asian hate crimes and incidents has been relatively low, meaning a small growth in the total number of hate incidents can lead to large percentage increases. Wong said official law enforcement statistics show that in the 26 largest jurisdictions, which include areas like New York City, anti-Asian hate crimes accounted for 6.3 percent of all reported hate crimes.
Persons: Janelle Wong, Wong, — there's, United States —, Karthick Ramakrishnan, Ramakrishnan, aren't Organizations: American Studies, University of Maryland, College Park, NBC, Pew Research, American, of Criminal, University of Michigan, AAPI, Pacific Islanders, American Pacific Islanders Locations: America, United States, Asia, New York City, Sacramento , California, American
With more than six months until the year ends, U.S. initial public offerings have already totaled $171 billion, eclipsing the 2020 record of $168 billion, according to data from Dealogic. Excluding proceeds from SPAC IPOs, traditional listings of big names, including South Korean e-commerce giant Coupang Inc(788.F), have raked in $67 billion this year, keeping 2021 on track to be the biggest year for such IPOs. Capital markets bankers and lawyers estimate that companies could end up raising close to $50 billion through traditional IPOs, excluding SPACs, before the end of the September quarter. So there's really been an explosion in the size of transactions as well," said Jeff Bunzel, global co-head of equity capital markets at Deutsche Bank. In 2020, SPAC volumes accounted for less than half of the total IPO proceeds.
Persons: Carlo Allegri, Didi Chuxing, Eddie Molloy, Morgan Stanley, we'd, SPAC, there's, Jeff Bunzel, it's, Paul Tropp, Anirban Sen, Krystal Hu, Richard Chang Organizations: New York Stock Exchange, REUTERS, Federal, Didi Chuxing Technology Co, Americas, Morgan, Coupang, U.S, Capital, Reuters, Deutsche Bank, SPAC Research, Investment, & Gray, Thomson Locations: Manhattan, New York City , New York, U.S, IPOs, dealmaking, Bengaluru, New York
REUTERS/Alan FreedDETROIT (Reuters) - Lordstown Motors Corp’s president said on Tuesday the electric vehicle startup has “firm” and “binding” orders for the first two years of production of its pickup truck, a week after saying it had no binding orders for the vehicle, sending shares up 10%. “Currently we have enough orders for production for ‘21 and ‘22,” President Rich Schmidt said at an Automotive Press Association event in Detroit. “Those are firm orders we have for those two years.”“I don’t know the exact facts of the legal aspect of that, but they are basically binding orders that are committed here in the last two weeks, reconfirmed orders,” he added, when asked if they were binding orders. The Ohio company subsequently said the orders were not binding and on June 8, when it warned it was running out of cash, disclosed in a regulatory filing it had no binding orders or commitments from customers. The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has asked the company for information related to the truck pre-orders.
Persons: Alan Freed DETROIT, Rich Schmidt, , , Lordstown’s, Lordstown, Steve Burns Organizations: General Motors, REUTERS, Motors, Automotive Press Association, Hindenburg Research, U.S . Securities, Exchange Commission, SEC Locations: Warren , Ohio, U.S, Detroit, Ohio
Shell, which declined to confirm on Reuters’ report on Sunday that it was weighing the blockbuster sale of its Texas shale assets, also did not comment for this story. To showcase its 260,000 acres (105,200 hectares) in the Permian, Shell has opened a data room, according to two people familiar with the matter. ConocoPhillips, Devon Energy, Chevron Corp, EOG Resources and some private energy houses are all potential bidders for some or all of Shell’s Permian assets, according to analysts. Against this backdrop, estimates for Shell’s acreage run from $7 billion to over $10 billion, the latter implying a valuation of almost $40,000 an acre. Graphic: Shell's energy transition spending -
Persons: Toru Hanai, Andrew Dittmar, Artem Abramov, Sven Del Pozzo, , Paul Sankey, Rystad’s, Alex Beeker, Wood MacKenzie Organizations: HOUSTON, Royal, REUTERS, Shell, Equinor, Occidental Petroleum, Reuters, ConocoPhillips, Devon Energy, Chevron Corp, EOG, Benchmark, Natural Resources, DoublePoint Energy, Chevron, Rystad, IHS, Sankey Research, Occidental, Anadarko Petroleum Locations: Chiba, Japan, Texas, Shell, EOG Resources, Rystad Energy, Oklahoma, New York, Delaware, Midland, Mewbourne
The so-called delta variant of the coronavirus now accounts for nearly 10 percent of new cases in the United States, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Tuesday. The alpha variant was first detected in the United Kingdom, and in April, it became the dominant strain in the U.S.Data for the two-week period ending June 5 predicts that the delta variant accounts for 9.9 percent of cases in the U.S., the CDC said. Still, there is evidence that the vaccines in use in the U.S. are effective against this and other circulating variants. Two doses are required for the Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech vaccines, while the Johnson & Johnson vaccine requires just one. Because the delta variant is able to spread from person to person more easily, experts say those who have not had the vaccine remain especially vulnerable.
Persons: Johnson, Boris Johnson, Gregory Poland Organizations: Centers for Disease Control, Prevention, Monday, CDC, NBC News, Data, Moderna, Pfizer, Johnson, Public Health, Vaccine Research, NBC, Twitter, Facebook Locations: United States, India, United Kingdom, U.S, Mayo, Rochester , Minnesota
Draftkings shares fall as short-seller Hindenburg bets against firm
  + stars: | 2021-06-15 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +1 min
(Reuters) - Short-seller Hindenburg Research said on Tuesday it has taken a short position on Draftkings Inc, sending the online gaming firm’s shares down more than 7% in early trading. "We think Draftkings has systematically skirted the law and taken elaborate steps to obfuscate its black market operations from the investing public," Hindenburg said. In the United States, it has live betting operations in states including Colorado, Illinois and Indiana. EV maker Lordstown Motors and Nikola Corp, which both went public via SPAC acquisitions, have also been targeted by Hindenburg. Shares of Draftkings have more than doubled in value since it went public in a reverse merger in April last year.
Persons: Draftkings, Hindenburg Organizations: Reuters, Hindenburg Research, Draftkings Inc, Lordstown, Nikola Corp, Hindenburg, U.S . Securities, Exchange Commission Locations: United States, Colorado , Illinois, Indiana
Draftkings shares slide as Hindenburg takes short position
  + stars: | 2021-06-15 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: 1 min
June 15 (Reuters) - Short seller Hindenburg Research said on Tuesday it has taken a short position on Draftkings Inc , sending the online gaming firm’s shares down 7% in premarket trading. DraftKings was not immediately available to comment. (Reporting by Nilanjana Basu in Bengaluru; Editing by Ramakrishnan M.)
Persons: DraftKings, Nilanjana Basu, Ramakrishnan Organizations: Hindenburg Research, Draftkings Inc Locations: Bengaluru
DraftKings Shares Fall After Hindenburg Unveils Short Position
  + stars: | 2021-06-15 | by ( Amrith Ramkumar | ) www.wsj.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +1 min
Shares of DraftKings Inc. slid as much as 12% on Tuesday after short seller Hindenburg Research said that the sports-betting firm’s gambling-technology subsidiary SBTech operates in countries where gambling is banned and said it is positioned for DraftKings shares to fall. Hindenburg published a report early Tuesday that said DraftKings’ gambling-technology subsidiary SBTech makes about half of its revenue in countries where gambling is banned. According to the report, SBTech created a new entity for what Hindenburg says are its black-market operations ahead of last year’s merger with DraftKings and a blank-check company that took the combination public. DraftKings shares slid in early trading, then recovered. DraftKings CEO Jason Robins has said publicly that SBTech gives the company a technological advantage and provides better user experiences.
Persons: Hindenburg, SBTech, , , hasn’t, Jason Robins Organizations: DraftKings Inc, Hindenburg Research, SBTech, DraftKings Locations: ” New York
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan’s economy likely grew and avoided slipping into recession this quarter but an extension of emergency measures to stem a rise in coronavirus infections has dented the growth outlook, a Reuters poll showed. FILE PHOTO: Pedestrians wearing protective masks amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, make their way in Tokyo, Japan, February 2, 2021. Japan’s gross domestic product shrank by an annualised 3.9% in January-March, the first contraction in three quarters. Japan was last in recession through the second quarter last year. Analysts were divided about what the central bank may do if it were to eventually tighten its policy framework.
Persons: Kim Kyung, , Masaaki Kanno, Yuichi Kodama, , ” Kodama Organizations: REUTERS, Olympic Games, Bank of Japan, , Sony Financial Holdings, Meiji Yasuda Research Locations: TOKYO, Tokyo, Japan, United States
Japan to avoid recession, but Q2 growth forecasts cut sharply
  + stars: | 2021-06-15 | by ( Daniel Leussink | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +4 min
Pedestrians wearing protective masks amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, make their way in Tokyo, Japan, February 2, 2021. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon/File PhotoJapan's economy likely grew and avoided slipping into recession this quarter but an extension of emergency measures to stem a rise in coronavirus infections has dented the growth outlook, a Reuters poll showed. Japan's gross domestic product shrank by an annualised 3.9% in January-March, the first contraction in three quarters. Japan was last in recession through the second quarter last year. Analysts were divided about what the central bank may do if it were to eventually tighten its policy framework.
Persons: Kim Kyung, Masaaki Kanno, Yuichi Kodama, Kodama Organizations: REUTERS, Olympic Games, Bank of Japan, Sony Financial Holdings, Meiji Yasuda Research, Thomson Locations: Tokyo, Japan, United States
FILE PHOTO: An employee of the Korea Exchange Bank counts one hundred U.S. dollar notes during a photo opportunity at the bank's headquarters in Seoul April 28, 2010. But robust demand is outpacing supply, stoking inflation, with several recent readings of inflation gauges - including the producer price index released on Tuesday - signaling rising price pressures. “The U.S. dollar kept firm as another hot reading on inflation overshadowed a chilly consumer,” said Joe Manimbo, senior market analyst, at Western Union Business Solutions in Washington. The Fed’s two-day meeting was set to end on Wednesday and it is due to issue a policy statement afterward. Recent economic data has raised concerns that price pressure could force an earlier stimulus withdrawal.
Persons: Jo Yong, , Joe Manimbo, Jerome Powell, bitcoin, MicroStrategy, Elon Musk, Bitcoin Organizations: YORK, U.S, U.S . Federal, Korea Exchange Bank, REUTERS, Western Union Business Solutions, BofA Global Research Locations: U.S ., Seoul, Washington
Lin-Manuel Miranda addressed criticism following the opening weekend of the movie adaption of “In the Heights,” apologizing Monday for a lack of African Latino representation. “In The Heights,'' which was written by Miranda and originally opened on Broadway in 2008, follows a Caribbean diaspora community in New York City’s Washington Heights neighborhood amid a rise of gentrification. “I’m seeing the discussion around Afro-Latino representation in our film this weekend and it is clear that many in our dark-skinned Afro-Latino community don’t feel sufficiently represented within it, particularly among the leading roles,” Miranda said. Jay-Ann Lopez, founder of Black Girl Gamers, tweeted that she was tired of movies “using dark skinned afro-latinos for the backdrop.”“Any one of those characters could have been dark skinned afro-latinos and there are plenty of qualified actors that exist especially from NY,” she wrote, tagging the film’s account. “The question for me is why are NONE of the major roles played by dark skinned afro-latinos?
Persons: Lin, Manuel Miranda, , Miranda, HBO Max, , ” Miranda, ” “, “ I’m, Critics, Corey Hawkins, Benny, Ann Lopez, Wilson Cruz, — Wilson Cruz, Cruz, Jon M, Chu, ” Chu, Felice León Organizations: HBO, Twitter, Washington Heights, Pew Research, Black Locations: New York, Washington Heights, colorism, Puerto Rican, Dominican, Caribbean, Washington, NY
Beijing finally gives China shorts a helping hand
  + stars: | 2021-06-15 | by ( Pete Sweeney | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
A teacher monitors as a biology course is live broadcasted in a classroom to students at home during a polluted day, at Beijing No.2 Middle school, in Beijing, China December 20, 2016. China Daily/via REUTERSBeijing has given China shorts a helping hand. The collapse of U.S.-based hedge fund Archegos Capital and central government crackdowns have delivered selective relief to investors attacking Chinese shares in New York. The Rhodium Group estimates Chinese investors held $700 billion of U.S. stocks in 2020, three times official figures. Yet a Breakingviews analysis of 25 popular Chinese short targets shows resilience.
Persons: Carson, Muddy Waters, Andrew Left, Luckin, Archegos, TAL Organizations: REUTERS, Muddy, Citron Research, GSX, TAL Education, Hailiang, Gaotu Locations: Beijing, China, REUTERS Beijing, U.S, New York, United States, York
The currency notched its strongest level against the greenback since July 2020 last week, according to Reuters data. The dollar dipped to below 72 against the Russian currency to an intraday low of 71.5, as the price of oil notched a 26-month high and Russian inflation surged in May, raising interest rate expectations further. Meanwhile Russian bond yields rose last week even as U.S. yields retreated. "There's likely to be more room for further gains in the ruble in the near term as oil prices and local bond yields rise further," said Emerging Markets Economist Liam Peach. A "carry" trade involves using a high-yielding currency to fund a trade with a low-yielding one, attempting to pocket the difference between the interest rates.
Persons: Vladimir Putin, Joe Biden, Biden, Putin, Liam Peach Organizations: Bloomberg, Getty, Central Bank of Russia, U.S, Kremlin, White, Congressional Research Service, JPMorgan Locations: Switzerland, Washington, Russian, Ukraine, Moscow, U.S, Russia, North Korea, Syria, Venezuela
The variant, now known as B.1.617, triggered a catastrophic wave of coronavirus cases in India and has since spread to more than 40 other countries. India’s health minister, Dr Harsh Vardhan, said last month that the variant was identified in about 20% of samples in the country that had been sequenced. That sense of optimism was sweeping large parts of India, including Amravati, where cases had dropped to a trickle, according to local health officials. Meanwhile, federal health officials played down the potential role of new variants in the spike of infections. Even as it spread across India, the variant was carried to other countries where it also sparked a rash of cases.
Persons: Adnan Abidi, Subhash Salunke, Narendra Modi's, V.K, Paul, Sujeet Kumar Singh, Salunke, Singh, ” Paul, ” NCDC’s Singh, Dr Harsh Vardhan, Modi, Shyamsunder Nikam, Rajesh Karyakarte, Karyakarte, Tatyarao Lahane, Modi’s, , Pradip Awate, Awate, lockdowns Organizations: Serum Institute of India, REUTERS, Reuters, World Health Organization, WHO, National Centre for Disease, National, of Virology, Indian, of Medical Research, Federal, Thomson Locations: New Delhi, India, Indonesia, United States, Amravati, Maharashtra, Britain, Singapore, Salunke
Compared to adults in countries like Germany and South Korea, US middle-aged adults fare even worse. Offering improved resources like paid leave, health insurance, and childcare could help. Deaths of despair and chronic pain among middle-aged adults have been increasing for the past decade. Today's middle-aged adults — ages 40 to 65 — report more daily stress and poorer physical health and psychological well-being, compared to middle-aged adults during the 1990s. Our study examined cohort differences in the health, wellbeing, and memory of US middle-aged adults and whether they differed from middle-aged adults in Australia, Germany, South Korea, and Mexico.
Persons: Midlife, Read, Will COVID, COVID, Biden's, Robert Wood Johnson, Frank J, Infurna Organizations: AARP, Employees, US, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Research, Arizona State University Locations: Germany, South Korea, Australia, Mexico, America, Denmark, Sweden, United Kingdom
The unmanned delivery vehicle, Nuro, is seen during the Kroger annual shareholders meeting in Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S., June 28, 2018. Courtesy of Kroger/Handout via REUTERS/File PhotoFedEx Corp (FDX.N) and robotics company Nuro on Tuesday announced a multi-year agreement to test self-driving vehicles in the package delivery company's network, starting with a pilot program in Houston. Nuro vehicles are already making deliveries for U.S. supermarket operator Kroger Co (KR.N) and Domino's Pizza Inc (DPZ.N) in the Houston area. Nuro continues to test its technology in Arizona. Rival United Parcel Service Inc (UPS.N) is centering its unmanned delivery efforts on drones.
Persons: Cosimo Leipold, Rebecca Yeung, Yeung Organizations: Kroger, Handout, REUTERS, FedEx Corp, Reuters, FedEx, Research, Development, Rival United Parcel Service Inc, UPS, Thomson Locations: Cincinnati , Ohio, U.S, Houston, Arizona, Plano , Texas
DraftKings stock falls 7% after Hindenburg Research reveals short position
  + stars: | 2021-06-15 | by ( Jesse Pound | ) www.cnbc.com sentiment -0.87   time to read: +2 min
Shares of sports betting firm DraftKings fell on Tuesday after Hindenburg Research announced that it had taken a short position against the stock. In the report, Hindenburg compares DraftKings valuation to that of rival firms and questions the company's promotional spend and future potential in the highly competitive sports gambling landscape. Hindenburg is a relatively new short selling firm that has made several high profile calls against SPACs over the past year. The firm took out short positions against clean-energy vehicle startups Nikola and Lordstown Motors, which have suffered from executive turnover and falling stock prices since Hindenburg's reports. Hindenburg also published a negative report against Clover Health in February but did not take a position.
Persons: DraftKings, Hindenburg, SBTech Organizations: Hindenburg Research, DraftKings, SPACs, Lordstown Motors, Clover Health, Eagle Acquisition Corp, Sports Locations: European
DraftKings shares plunge following Hidenburg's short call
  + stars: | 2021-06-15 | by ( ) www.cnbc.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: 1 min
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailDraftKings shares plunge following Hidenburg's short callShares of sports betting firm DraftKings fell on Tuesday after Hindenburg Research announced that it had taken a short position against the stock. CNBC's Jim Cramer joined "Squawk Box" to discuss.
Persons: DraftKings, Jim Cramer Organizations: Hindenburg Research
SoFi lands a Wall Street internship
  + stars: | 2021-06-15 | by ( ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.98   time to read: +2 min
A Wall Street sign is pictured outside the New York Stock Exchange amid the COVID-19 pandemic in New York City, April 16, 2021. REUTERS/Carlo AllegriNEW YORK, June 15 (Reuters Breakingviews) - SoFi Technologies’ (SOFI.O) four new equity underwriting gigs reflect a convenient connection. The online finance company’s shares only started trading on June 1 after the completion of a merger with a special-purpose acquisition company. The SPAC that merged with SoFi, effectively taking it public, was one of Palihapitiya’s, too. The Wall Street firm is itself debuting as the top bank for Palihapitiya, who has relied on Credit Suisse (CSGN.S) for six previous blank-check floats, according to data from SPAC Research.
Persons: Carlo Allegri, Chamath, Morgan Stanley, Richard Beales, Gina Chon, Amanda Gomez Organizations: New York Stock Exchange, REUTERS, Reuters, Technologies, SoFi, Credit Suisse, SPAC Research, Emirates Locations: New York City, Palihapitiya, Singapore
States across the US are starting to cut enhanced unemployment benefits implemented during the pandemic. Cutting these benefits now, without anything for people to fall back on, is unnecessarily cruel. Bobbi Dempsey is a freelance writer, economic justice fellow at Community Change, and reporting fellow at Economic Hardship Reporting Project. These actions put cash directly in the pockets of families who needed it, and the expanded unemployment benefits played a major part in supporting families in need. For these people, cutting their expanded unemployment benefits — and the break from financial anxiety the extra money provides — feels like a painful gut punch, wiping out any sense of hope they may have started to enjoy.
Persons: that's, Bobbi Dempsey, Larry Hogan of, , It's Organizations: Community, American, University of Michigan, Republican, Research Locations: Alaska , Iowa , Mississippi, Missouri, Larry Hogan of Maryland, Pittsburgh
Smoke rises as security forces fight with rebels opposing the ruling junta, in Mobye, Myanmar, June 7, 2021. People's Defence Forces allied with pro-democracy groups have stifled the junta's bid to impose order, but some activists say the well-equipped military's use of heavy weapons in response to their attacks has put innocent lives in danger. Myanmar has been in turmoil since the military overthrew Aung San Suu Kyi's government, citing its refusal to address what it said was fraud in a November election. She looks healthy," said Min Min Soe, a member of Suu Kyi's legal team. The junta on Monday said Bachelet failed to mention "acts of sabotage and terrorism" and "the sufferings and deaths of the security forces".
Persons: Suu Kyi, toothache, Aung, Min Soe, Suu, Suu Kyi's, Human Rights Michelle Bachelet, Monday, Bachelet, Emerlynne Gil, Martin Petty Organizations: Handout, REUTERS, Defence, National Defence Force, People's Defence Forces, Unity Government, People’s Defence Forces, United Nations, Human Rights, Amnesty, Association of Southeast Asian Nations, ASEAN, Research, Reuters Staff, Thomson Locations: Mobye, Myanmar, Kayah State, Suu
Sage Therapeutics — Shares of the drug maker fell about 17% after the release of study results for its experimental depression drug. Vroom — The used-vehicle e-commerce platform provider's shares fell more than 10% after it announced a convertible note offering of $500 million in convertible senior notes due 2026. Novavax — Shares of Novavax fell over 7% despite the biotech firm's announcement Monday that its Covid-19 vaccine is safe and 90.4% effective. DraftKings — The sports betting company shed more than 5% after Hindenburg Research revealed that it had a short position against the stock. Hindenburg's report highlighted DraftKing's valuation as a concern and alleged involvement in questionable gambling activity by SBTech, which DraftKings merged with in 2020.
Persons: Stephon Gilmore, Vroom, Ping, DraftKings, Morgan Stanley, — CNBC's Maggie Fitzgerald, Hannah Miao, Jesse Pound, Yun Li, Pippa Stevens Organizations: New England Patriots, Sage Therapeutics, Vista Equity Partners, Hindenburg Research, Exxon Mobil —, Bank of America, Exxon Locations: Foxborough
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