Daily Archives: September 1, 2020

Sinch AB (publ): Sinch completes first part of acquisition of ACL Mobile

Stockholm, Sweden – Sinch AB (publ) – XSTO: SINCH Sinch AB (publ), a global leader in cloud communications for mobile customer engagement, today announces that the first part of the acquisition of ACL Mobile Limited has been completed. On June 15, 2020, Sinch announced that the company had entered into a definitive agreement to acquire ACL Mobile […]

ImmunoBrain Checkpoint awarded Alzheimer’s Association grant to support Phase I trial investigating novel immunotherapeutic approach to treat Alzheimer’s disease

ImmunoBrain Checkpoint awarded Alzheimer’s Association grant to support Phase I trial investigating novel immunotherapeutic approach to treat Alzheimer’s disease NEW YORK, Tuesday September 1, 2020 – ImmunoBrain Checkpoint Inc. (“IBC”) announced today that it has been awarded a $1,000,000 grant from the Alzheimer’s Association under the 2020 Part the Cloud-Bill Gates Partnership Grant Program to […]

Intuitive, integrated and efficient – world premiere of Philips’ next-generation Azurion image-guided therapy platform

September 1, 2020 New level of integration across imaging, physiology, hemodynamic and informatics applications SmartCT guides acquisition of 3D CT-like images and provides visualization and measurement tools Increased efficiency and flexibility with tableside access to more modalities and intuitive control of the gantry Amsterdam, the Netherlands – Royal Philips (NYSE: PHG, AEX: PHIA), a global […]

“A Vibrant Sector for Singaporeans” – Speech by Mr Ong Ye Kung, Minister for Transport and Board Member of the Monetary Authority of Singapore, at the debate of President’s Address on 1 September 2020

    Mr Speaker Sir, foreign manpower has become a hot topic. I join members before me to address the issue of foreign manpower. As a member of the Board of the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), I will talk about the issue from the perspective of the financial services sector, the people who work in it,

Facebook Says Will Stop News Sharing in Australia if New Regulations Become Law

SYDNEY – Facebook Inc said it would block news publishers and people in Australia from sharing news on Facebook and Instagram if a proposal to force the U.S. tech giant to pay local media outlets for content becomes law. The Australian government said in July it would require tech giants Facebook and Alphabet Inc’s Google

Vietnam Wildlife Trafficking Arrests Rise, After COVID-19 Link to Animals

After scientists determined that the coronavirus likely spread from an animal to a human, there came a flurry of statements from nations around Asia promising to ban the trafficking of animals. Now there is data to suggest that authorities, at least in Vietnam, are following through with enforcing the bans. Among the cases of trafficked

Joint Press Statement on the Reciprocal Green Lane for Essential Travel between Brunei Darussalam and Singapore

Brunei Darussalam and Singapore have agreed to establish a Reciprocal Green Lane (RGL) to facilitate essential business and official travel for residents from both countries in September 2020.  Both sides have agreed on an arrangement to allow the safe resumption of cross-border movement of a limited number of people, with the necessary safeguards in place