“Fundraising” in the news
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· Trump hankers for roar of the crowd while Biden takes campaign virtual →
According to a list obtained by the Guardian, all of Biden’s upcoming fundraising events are virtual.
· SCIB EGM held, all resolutions passed →
“This placement shows a successful beginning as it is the first fundraising exercise undertaken by SCIB since the new management team came on board,” said Lim.
· Mereo Bio completes $70M private placement; advances etigilimab into Phase 1b study →
Mereo BioPharma (MREO +56.9%) has completed $70M (£56M) private placement (the “Fundraising”).
· UN chief backs global access to 'people's vaccine' for coronavirus →
The virtual meeting, hosted by Britain, aims to raise $7.4 billion for immunisation programmes stalled by the pandemic, and launch a new fundraising drive to support potential COVID-19 vaccines.
· 'Pose' star is raising money, awareness for trans women in crisis →
On March 17, Moore wrote a heartfelt message to their over 900,000 Instagram followers explaining their reasoning for prioritizing black trans women in the fundraising effort.
· AOC endorses primary challenger to longtime Rep. Eliot Engel in district next door →
Bowman claimed a fundraising bonanza this week after Engel was overheard at a news conference seeking time to address the crowd.
· UK's Johnson urges global effort at vaccine summit →
The virtual meeting aims to raise $7.4 billion for immunisation programmes stalled by the pandemic, and will see the launch of a new fundraising drive to support potential COVID-19 vaccines.
· RIL share price skyrockets over 80% in less than 3 months; brokerages see buying opportunity →
“Following Facebook, the latest round of fundraising at Jio Platforms (JPL), involving reputed international financial investors like Silver Lake, Vista Equity and General Atlantic, further affirms credibility and outlook,” brokerage firm said in its research report.
The China Post
· AP tally: Arrests at widespread US protests hit 10,000 →
In Los Angeles, an online fundraising campaign has gathered $2 million so far to help some 2,700 people arrested in demonstrations since Floyd died on May 25 in Minneapolis.