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Blockchain technology company CHAIN ENTERTAINMENT LIMITED (CEO: Koh Kok Tiong) officially launched a new cryptocurrency-based casino service CHAIN CASINO (www.chaincasino.live) developed in collaboration with ACE Entertainment (CEO: Bryan Choi) on September 22, 2020.

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CHAIN ENTERTAINMENT LIMITED globally launched a new cryptocurrency-based casino service CHAIN CASINO developed in collaboration with ACE Entertainment. CHAIN CASINO is licensed and fully regulated by Curacao. The company received certification from iTech Labs, a leader in testing and certification for the online gaming industry, for its random number generator to ensure fair gameplay for users. The platform offers a wide assortment of live table games featuring beautiful dealers, including live blackjack, live baccarat, and live roulette. (Graphic: Business Wire)

CHAIN CASINO can be accessed from any device through a web browser directly. There are numerous games available from top game providers such as Evolution Gaming,

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The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills will not open its two indoor theaters – the Bram Goldsmith and the Lovelace Studio theaters – prior to September 1, 2021, but will be presenting a robust mix of virtual programs.

Read their statement here:

A Community Update from The Wallis

To Our Wallis Family:

We hope that, amidst the backdrop of our unusual landscape right now, you have been able to enjoy The Wallis’ many recent digital offerings over the past few weeks, such as the livestreamed performances of Romantics Anonymous from the UK and Hershey Felder’s George Gershwin Alone from Italy as well as the virtual showcases for GRoW @ The Wallis’ Staged Stories and Beyond Words. For us at The Wallis, they have been our salve. With fall upon us, we thought it was important to update you regarding our current plans.

Last July 30,

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TAIPEI (Reuters) – Taiwan’s exports likely rose for a third straight month in September, up 6.6% from a year earlier as people bought electronic goods to work from home during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a median forecast of 12 analysts polled by Reuters.



a large ship in a body of water: FILE PHOTO: Cargo cranes are seen at Keelung Port during sunset hour in Keelung,


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FILE PHOTO: Cargo cranes are seen at Keelung Port during sunset hour in Keelung,

Taiwan is one of Asia’s major exporters, especially of technology goods, and its export trends are a key gauge of demand for tech gadgets worldwide. Its largest trading partner is China.

Forecasts ranged widely between a growth of 3.8% and 21.6% in the midst of uncertainties over the coronavirus outbreak that has disrupted global supply chains and sent major economies into recession.

Taiwan’s exports have been helped by demand for laptops and tablets to support the work-from-home trend during the pandemic that has forced millions around the world to

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What happened

Shares of 2U, Inc. (NASDAQ:TWOU) fell 18.6% in the month of September, according to data from S&P Global Market Intelligence. The online education provider cooled off after the stock had run up over the first eight months of the year, like much of the technology sector. 2U did recently sell shares to the public, but that was back in August after a strong second quarter earnings report.

Additionally, the company may have suffered from some guilt-by-association after another online education rival came under scrutiny by a short-seller.

A college-aged woman take an online class  on her laptop.

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So what

In the second week of September, online education rival K12 (NYSE:LRN) fell after the Miami-Dade schools district cut ties with K12 after trying it out. Short-selling firm Safkhet Capital applauded the decision and called K12 an “education vulture.”

The heightened scrutiny of K12 might have affected how investors view the risk of other companies in

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The market is looking treacherous right now to end September, but top analysts still believe there are compelling stocks out there with robust upside ahead.



a person standing in front of a building: A man wearing a face mask walks past a Nike store in Central Business District, Beijing, China on February 17, 2020.


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A man wearing a face mask walks past a Nike store in Central Business District, Beijing, China on February 17, 2020.

Even in challenging economic times, there are still winners and losers. Indeed, some companies are benefiting from the current circumstances, while others continue to trade under-the-investor-radar. However, it’s fair to say that it’s best to pick your stocks wisely in case further volatility lies ahead.

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One way to go about this is to follow the latest stock recommendations from analysts with a proven track record of success. TipRanks analyst forecasting service attempts to pinpoint Wall Street’s best-performing analysts. These are the analysts with the highest success rate and average return measured on a one-year basis — factoring in

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Google said in April it would allow unlimited-length meetings in its Google Meet video chat platform for all users until September 30th, and it looks like the company is sticking with that timeline. After September 30th, free versions of Meet will be limited to meetings no longer than 60 minutes.

“We don’t have anything to communicate regarding changes to the promo and advanced features expiring,” a Google spokesperson told The Verge in an email Friday. “If this changes, we’ll be sure to let you know.”

Under the extension, anyone with a Google account could create free meetings with up to 100 people, and with no time limit.

Also going away September 30th are access to advanced features for G Suite and G Suite for Education customers, including allowing meetings of up to 250 participants, live-streams of up to 100,000 people within a single domain, and the ability to save meeting

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