May 14, 2021

Month: May 2021

Wish Reports Stronger-than-Expected First Quarter 2021 Financial Results

SAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–ContextLogic Inc. (d/b/a “Wish”) (NASDAQ: WISH), one of the world’s largest and fastest growing mobile ecommerce platforms, today reported financial results for its first quarter ended March 31, 2021. The company also announced in a separate news release that it is separating the roles of chair and chief executive officer and appointed veteran technology and finance executive and current Wish board director Jacqueline Reses as Executive Chair.

Wish’s Shareholder Letter, including the company’s complete financial results, can be found in the Quarterly Results section of Wish’s investor relations website at: https://ir.wish.com/financial-information/quarterly-results.

First Quarter 2021 Financial

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Best Self-Defense Products and Personal Safety Devices, 2021 Reviews


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The need for self-defense and self-protection is nothing new, but the recent spate of violence against Asian-Americans and the African-American community has led to a surge in sales for personal safety kits and devices.

Axon, the company behind the popular TASER StrikeLight, says it’s seen a 400% increase in sales of the StrikeLight, and a 300% increase in sales of their TASER Pulse devices overall, over the

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Rachel Hunter wasn’t about to let the pandemic put her out of business. She had poured too much of her heart, energy, ingenuity and finances into A Florae, the floral design studio and retail shop she owns and operates in downtown Longmont, Colorado.

But the economic fallout from covid-19 forced urgent innovation, and she leaned into the challenge with a hard focus on business growth. In the biggest decision of her career, even as the overall economic outlook remained uncertain at best, Hunter not only readjusted her lines of business but expanded both her retail space and employee headcount,

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$10,000 grants available to help small businesses rebound

RICHMOND, Va. — More than a dozen Central Virginia small business owners have received $10,000 grants from Verizon.

Lekesha Broussard, who owns The Village Children and Family Services, said the grant made a big impact on her company.

She used the money to improve their equipment for telehealth cases.

“We were able to give out some Chromebooks, we were able to also start utilizing loaner Wi-Fi devices because we also found some of our clients either their devices wouldn’t work or there wasn’t enough memory,” Broussard said. “So, we were able to provide them with Wi-Fi devices that they could

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Fresno Habitat for Humanity chief Armenta arraigned on insurance premium theft

Danny Raymond Armenta, once a licensed insurance agent in Clovis and briefly the chief executive of Fresno’s Habitat for Humanity organization, was arraigned in Fresno County Superior Court on Monday on allegations of pocketing customers’ insurance premium payments while he was serving as their agent.

Armenta, an agent with State Farm until November 2020, was charged with counts of embezzlement, grand theft, and diversion of fiduciary funds.

The short-tenured nonprofit CEO was under investigation by the California Department of Insurance following a complaint from State Farm, which found that he had collected insurance premiums then transferred them from a fiduciary

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