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Legendary Entertainment Selects Wasabi for Centralized Cloud Storage Environment

Leading entertainment company cuts storage costs, streamlines media management and improves remote collaboration through hot cloud storage solution

Boston, MA, Nov. 10, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Today, Wasabi, the hot cloud storage company, announced it was selected by Legendary Entertainment, the production company behind films such as Pokémon Detective Pikachu, Enola Holmes, the Godzilla franchise, and the highly anticipated Dune (2021), to provide a sustainable and flexible cloud solution to streamline the company’s content storage. Legendary will use Wasabi to cut storage costs and solve the data management challenges associated with the production, development and delivery of film, television and digital assets.

Wasabi’s simple, predictable and affordable hot cloud storage has provided immediate benefits to Legendary’s storage footprint. Legendary has been able to offload expensive, Tier 1, on-premises storage and break down multiple storage silos while improving remote access to media assets. With Wasabi, Legendary’s team can freely access their content without incurring expensive data egress charges while also spending less time searching and managing files.

“While rarely discussed, data storage and archival is an incredibly challenging task for the media and entertainment industry. Files must be secure, be backed up in case of disaster and easily accessible to meet demanding production and delivery timelines,” said David Friend, Wasabi CEO and co-founder. “We’re proud to provide Legendary with a solution that addresses these challenges head-on while enabling them to improve collaboration and file accessibility anywhere and anytime.”

As the media and entertainment industry continues to be more dispersed, centralizing storage with Wasabi has enabled greater remote access of files and improved collaboration over distance. This has significantly improved the ability for Legendary team members to work from their homes without compromising access to work in progress and archived assets. In addition, Legendary can now expand its reach for hiring talent without geographical restraint.

“Wasabi has proven to be an easy to use centralized storage environment for a range of studio assets. The process of transferring assets to the service is straight forward and all stored content is immediately available so our creative teams can continue to work uninterrupted,” said Jason Davison, SVP of Information Technology at Legendary. “And with no egress charges, we don’t have to worry about how often we access our Wasabi storage or download assets for review and repurposing.”

For more information on how Legendary Pictures is leveraging Wasabi’s hot cloud storage, please click here.

About Wasabi

Wasabi provides simple, predictable and affordable hot cloud storage for businesses all over the world. It enables organizations to store and instantly access an infinite amount of data at 1/5th the price of the competition with no complex tiers or unpredictable egress fees. Trusted by customers worldwide, Wasabi has been recognized as one of technology’s fastest-growing and most visionary companies. Created by Carbonite co-founders and cloud storage pioneers David Friend and Jeff Flowers, Wasabi has secured $110 million in funding to date and is a privately held company based in Boston.

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About Legendary

Legendary Entertainment is a leading media company with film (Legendary Pictures), television and digital (Legendary Television and Digital Media) and comics (Legendary Comics) divisions dedicated to owning, producing and delivering content to mainstream audiences with a targeted focus on the powerful fandom demographic. Through complete or joint ownership, Legendary has built a library of marquee media properties and has established itself as a trusted brand that consistently delivers high-quality, commercial entertainment including some of the world’s most popular intellectual property. In aggregate, Legendary Pictures-associated productions have realized grosses of more than $17 billion worldwide at the box office.

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Novavax to Host Conference Call for Questions Related to Third Quarter Financial and Operating Results on November 10, 2020

Novavax to host live Q&A due to technical difficulties during quarterly call

GAITHERSBURG, Md., Nov. 10, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Novavax, Inc. (Nasdaq: NVAX), a late stage biotechnology company developing next-generation vaccines for serious infectious diseases, will host a conference call for the investment community to pose questions related to the Company’s third quarter 2020 financial and operating results. The call will be held because of technical issues experienced by the Company’s external conference call host during the earnings call that took place on November 9 at 4:30 pm. The call will be held following the close of U.S. financial markets on Tuesday, November 10, 2020.

Conference call details are as follows:

Date: November 10, 2020
Time: 4:30 p.m. U.S. Eastern Time (ET)
Dial-in number: (877) 212-6076 (Domestic) or (707) 287-9331 (International)
Conference ID: 1376583
Webcast: www.novavax.com, “For Investors”/ “Events”
Conference call webcast replay:
Dates: Starting at 7:30 p.m. ET, November 10, 2020 until 7:30 p.m. ET November 17, 2020
Dial-in number: (855) 859-2056 (Domestic) or (404) 537-3406 (International)
Conference ID: 1376583
Webcast: www.novavax.com, “For Investors”/ “Events” until 11/17/2020

About Novavax

Novavax, Inc. (Nasdaq: NVAX) is a late-stage biotechnology company that promotes improved health globally through the discovery, development, and commercialization of innovative vaccines to prevent serious infectious diseases.  Novavax is currently conducting multiple clinical trials for NVX-CoV2373, its vaccine candidate against the virus that causes COVID-19, including a pivotal Phase 3 clinical trial in the United Kingdom to evaluate the efficacy, safety and immunogenicity in individuals aged 18-84 years of age.  NanoFlu™, its quadrivalent influenza nanoparticle vaccine, met all primary objectives in its pivotal Phase 3 clinical trial in older adults. Both candidate vaccines incorporate Novavax’ proprietary saponin-based Matrix-M™ adjuvant to enhance the immune response and stimulate high levels of neutralizing antibodies. Novavax is a leading innovator of recombinant vaccines; its proprietary recombinant technology platform combines the power and speed of genetic engineering to efficiently produce highly immunogenic nanoparticles in order to address urgent global health needs.

For more information, visit www.novavax.com and connect with us on Twitter and LinkedIn.

Erika Trahan

Brandzone/KOGS Communication
Edna Kaplan


JD.com: Where technology is shaping the future of retail

BEIJING, Nov. 10, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Jump on JD.com on Nov. 11 for Singles’ Day (or what many now call “eleven eleven”) and you’ll experience a shopping carnival unlike any other.

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JD.com 11/10JD.com has over 417 million active customers. Consumers get an easy-to-use platform and lightning-fast processing of their orders, making it the trusted choice of consumers and vendors. This state-of-the-art technology is giving JD.com the leading edge. JD.com is currently collaborating with over 2600 global brands valued each at over RMB 100 million yuan as well as hundreds of thousands of third-party merchants.

“With JD being the largest retailer in China, we get a constant stream of up-to-date information that allows us to map the latest consumer spending trends,” says Hui Liu, chief data officer, JD Big Data Research Institute. “Not only can we give clients an accurate picture of the larger market demands, we can also break down the latest buying habits by region, and by different sectors of the market.”

This helps companies make smart decisions on what products to design, what prices to set, what to procure and what’s best to promote.

“For upstream manufacturing companies, this gives them the edge to design and produce the next generation of production with confidence,” says Liu. “It’s a process we call C to M reverse customization; we provide customized information for clients all along the chain — from the consumer to the manufacturer.”

On top of AI, JD.com’s warehouses, especially its 30 Asia No.1 Smart Logistics Parks, are a 21st century marvel.  Ensuring consumers get faster and more exceptional service has been one of JD.com’s core targets to serve its customers. Key to meeting this goal has been investing heavily in technology. Now JD is able to fulfill its deliveries within one day in most parts of China. With the omni channel fulfillment program, often they can do that in a matter of a few hours.

While JD.com has expanded greatly in e-commerce, the platform has also grown to offer clients services in cutting-edge digital tech fields, such as intelligent cities, fintech, AI, and robotics.

And because the role of digital technology is increasingly becoming a regular part of people’s daily lives, JD.com is also stepping into the field of health care to help play a significant part in online medical care, which has fast become a crucial wing of health care in China, especially when considering the epidemic of 2020.

From instantly linking consumers with high-quality brands, to finding AI and tech solutions for clients, JD continues to be an industry leader. JD is not only China’s largest retail platform, but also a supply chain-based technology and services provider.

Media contact: Rachel Liu


New York, Nov. 10, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Madison Realty Capital, a New York City based real estate private equity firm focused on debt and equity investment strategies, today announced it has closed on a new debt investment vehicle with up to $1 billion of investing capability. Madison, with $5.6 billion of gross assets under management, will deploy this new debt strategy to target lighter value-add and core-plus real estate transactions with a greater focus on income generation with rates of 4% to 7.5%.

The new strategy adds another solution to Madison Realty Capital’s comprehensive lending and investment platform and allows the firm to provide an even greater variety of options to its deep relationships of real estate owners, operators, and lenders. Accordingly, the firm will originate and acquire senior loans and mezzanine loans as well as make preferred equity investments backed by a diversified pool of transitional real estate assets.  The new vehicle also enables Madison Realty Capital to provide other alternative real estate lenders with financing solutions on both a single asset and overall portfolio basis.

“Expanding our product offering is consistent with Madison’s approach of developing financing solutions to meet the evolving needs of our borrowers and to capture more income-oriented opportunities we might have otherwise had to forego,” said Josh Zegen, Managing Principal and Co-Founder of Madison Realty Capital.  “This new strategy, which builds on the strengths of Madison’s core lending platform, will also allow us to offer investors a differentiated return profile while maintaining our commitment to generating risk-adjusted returns across cycles.”

Since inception, Madison has sponsored four institutionally backed debt investment vehicles which have closed in excess of $10 billion of debt transactions.

About Madison Realty Capital

Madison Realty Capital is a New York City based real estate private equity firm focused on debt and equity investment strategies with regional offices in key markets including Los Angeles and Dallas. Founded in 2004, MRC has closed on approximately $12 billion of transactions in the multifamily, retail, office, industrial and hotel sectors. The firm manages investments in the United States on behalf of a global investor base. MRC is a fully integrated firm with over 60 employees across all real estate investment, development, and property management disciplines. Among other industry recognitions, MRC has been named to the Commercial Observer’s prestigious “Power 100” list of New York City real estate players and is consistently cited as one of the industry’s top construction lenders.

Nathaniel Garnick/Grace Cartwright
Gasthalter & Co.
(212) 257-4170

Demand for B-schools Increases Amidst Global Pandemic

New research shows applications to graduate business school programs are up, with variations in growth rates by region and program due to online learning, travel, and visa concerns

RESTON, Va., Nov. 10, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Graduate Management Admission Council™ (GMAC™), a global association of leading graduate business schools, today released its annual 2020 Application Trends Survey. GMAC delayed the release of this year’s report, initially scheduled for publication in mid-October, to further gauge the impact of COVID-19 on application trends in regions around the world. As institutions adopted a range of admissions policies to aid candidates amid COVID-19, the report, known for assessing growth trends with an emphasis on the flow of international students crossing borders, highlights shifts in enrollment trends across Asia Pacific, Canada, Europe and the United States.

Overall, 67 percent of the more than 1,000 programs participating in this year’s survey report an increase in application volume. This includes 66% of MBA programs and 67% of business master’s programs.

Recent GMAC Application Trends reports have noted the disparity in application growth rates across competing regions. This year, growth is present in some form across nearly all geographies and program types, but this increased demand is realized in a context of increased deferments due to concerns about online learning, travel, and the ability to secure visas. Overall, the deferment rate climbed from 2% in 2019 to 6% in 2020.

“This year is like none other when observing and analyzing trends associated with applications to business school,” said Sangeet Chowfla, President and CEO at GMAC. “While the environment has certainly been challenging for schools and candidates since the outset of COVID-19, one constant is the countercyclical nature of demand for an advanced business degree. The opportunity cost of leaving a job to pursue an MBA or business master’s lessens as economies begin to regress, as a result we are now seeing more people thinking about b-school to grow or improve their career prospects.”

“This year’s Application Trends report emphasizes two very important dynamics at the center of graduate management education: a rise in global demand and the need for regional customization,” said Martin Boehm, chairperson of the GMAC Board of Directors and Dean of IE Business School in Spain. “More individuals, across nearly every region, are choosing to pursue an advanced business degree amid economic uncertainty and we are likewise seeing business schools adjusting to this demand by tailoring admissions policies to the needs of specific regions. This is, of course, exactly the type of innovative adaptability we’ve come to expect from the business school sector.”

This year’s GMAC Application Trends report provides insight into disparities identified throughout the “enrollment funnel,” a term describing the relationship between applications received, acceptance rates, offers accepted and deferments. These figures help explain the connection points that ultimately produce the total yield across programs from different regions. These trends are especially relevant in the current environment given behaviors associated with schools and candidates during a global pandemic.

While COVID-19 continues to impact every part of the world, the context behind variation in regional enrollment trends differ by locality. While other regions saw a decrease in the percentage of accepted students who ultimately enrolled (yield rate), the United States remained flat at 60%. Both Canada and Europe saw a 5% decline while Asia Pacific’s yield rate was down from 62 percent in 2019 to 51 percent in 2020. Overall, global yield dipped slightly from 62 percent in 2019 to 60 percent in 2020.

Variances in this data are largely explained by regional nuances, specifically in the Asia Pacific region which was the first to experience COVID-19 while also dealing with social unrest in Hong Kong, and differences in how programs chose to be flexible on admissions policy.

Only 35% of schools in Asia Pacific reported allowing candidates to defer entry, compared to 61% of responding schools in the US. This means US schools adopted deferral policies more extensively as compared to schools in Asia Pacific.

In Europe, nearly 80 percent of applications received were from international candidates, which were heavily weighted toward business master’s programs. In Canada, business schools saw a shift toward the domestic candidate across total applications, compared to the larger increases in international applications GMAC has observed there in previous years.

Regional Analysis

Among the programs that responded to the 2020 and 2019 surveys, the total number of applications increased for Canada (13%), Europe (24%) and the US (21%) while Asia experienced an overall decline (7%).

Asia Pacific

As noted in the report by an admissions officer from a business school in East & Southeast Asia, “The social movement in Hong Kong followed by COVID-19 disruptions impacted MBA student recruitment.” ​

Given the diversity of the Asia Pacific region, there were higher country-level differences relative to Canada, Europe and the United States. There are also environmental anomalies. For example, protests in Hong Kong toward the end of 2019, followed by the start of COVID-19 in mainland China in 2020 dampened application volume. Likewise, application volume for India is likely to be affected by the unprecedented national lockdown brought on by the pandemic. Given the compressed application trends reported by higher volume programs responding from Greater China and India, the growth in applications reported throughout other parts of the region were not enough to avoid an overall decline in application volume for 2020.


Most programs (84%) reported growth in applications from domestic candidates. Overall, 79% of responding programs from Canada said they experienced growth in applications received, relative to 2019. Along with Europe, Canada received nearly 40 percent of applications from Central & South Asia, and East & Southeast Asia.


Eighty percent of applications to European schools were from international candidates, far outpacing other regions and heavily skewed toward business master’s programs like master’s in management and master’s in finance. Overall, a higher proportion of European programs report growth in total applications compared to other regions. 72% of responding programs said they experienced growth in applications received, relative to 2019. Also, along with Canada, Europe received nearly 40 percent of applications from Central & South Asia, and East & Southeast Asia.

United States

Among the programs that responded to both the 2019 and 2020 surveys, the total number of domestic applications increased more than international applications. While overall applications for the US programs were up, higher-ranked schools were more likely to report growth in applications. The proportion of higher-ranked schools reporting growth in international applications was also robust, while lower ranked schools did not see this affect. However, higher deferrals for international candidates could ultimately limit the actual increase in enrollment.

More specifically, nearly 4 in 5 US full-time two-year MBA programs report growth in domestic candidates. Overall, the proportion of programs reporting growth sharply increased in 2020 over recent years. 67% of responding programs said they experienced growth in applications received, relative to 2019.

Upcoming Webinar

For more information on the findings in this year’s Application Trends report, please register for the GMAC webinar on November 17, 2020, during which a global panel of experienced admissions professionals will discuss key findings of the survey, along with their implications.

Additionally, prospective students can access these and other articles on mba.com:

MBA Applications Spiked in 2020—What’s That Mean for 2021?

Is an MBA Worth It?

These Business School Scholarships Can Reduce the Cost of Your Degree

About GMAC

The Graduate Management Admission Council™ (GMAC™) is a mission-driven association of leading graduate business schools worldwide. Founded in 1953, we are committed to creating solutions for business schools and candidates to better discover, evaluate and connect with each other. We work on behalf of the schools and the graduate management education community, and guide candidates on their journey to higher education, to ensure that no talent goes undiscovered.

GMAC provides world-class research, professional development opportunities and assessments for the graduate management education industry, designed to advance the art and science of admissions. Owned and administered by GMAC, the Graduate Management Admission Test™ (GMAT™) exam is the most widely used graduate business school assessment, recognized by more than 7,000 programs worldwide. Other GMAC assessments include the NMAT by GMAC™ (NMAT™) exam, for entrance into graduate management programs in India, Nigeria, the Philippines, and South Africa, and the Executive Assessment (EA), which supports the admissions needs of more than 160 programs around the world.

Our flagship portal for graduate management education resources and information, www.mba.com, receives over 7 million visits a year and features the Program Finder matching tool and GMASS™ search service, a data-driven technology that helps connect candidates and business schools. These platforms are part of GMAC Connect, a suite of services that help schools attract students through recruiting solutions that marry our market intelligence, data, reach and candidate touchpoints.

Subsidiaries of GMAC include UK-based online publishing company BusinessBecause, a content-rich destination that helps students identify the right-fit business schools during the critical consideration and selection phases of their journey, and The MBA Tour, which supports business schools’ global recruiting efforts by organizing business education-focused events around the world.

GMAC is a global organization with offices in China, India, Singapore, United Kingdom and the United States. To learn more about our work, please visit www.gmac.com.

Media contact:
Geoffrey Basye, Director of Media Relations, GMAC
+1 (202) 271-1529 or gbasye@gmac.com

Lightsource bp announces a 1.4GW global purchase agreement with Array Technologies

Advanced Solar Tracker Technology + Software to be deployed across Lightsource bp’s newly developed worldwide solar portfolio

LONDON, Nov. 10, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Lightsource bp has entered into a purchase agreement with Array Technologies (NASDAQ:ARRY) that will supply Lightsource bp’s newly developed solar portfolio of 1.4GW across the world with DuraTrack® HZ v3 single-axis solar trackers equipped with plant optimizing SmarTrack™ technology.

Once constructed and connected, this newly added solar capacity will generate enough combined renewable electricity to power over 266,000 households.

Lightsource bp, a global leader in development and management of solar energy projects, expects the agreement to supply and optimize this portfolio of solar power generation projects across growing energy markets worldwide, including the United States, Australia, and Spain.

DuraTrack HZ v3 is a market-leading utility-scale solar tracker that offers over 7% lower lifetime costs for asset owners, as well as 31% lower lifetime operations and maintenance costs than competitive, decentralized trackers. SmarTrack is an advanced machine-learning software platform that boosts energy production and revenues for utility-scale solar sites by up to 5% by rapidly and securely optimizing backtracking and diffuse light strategies.

This agreement builds on a previous deal between Lightsource bp and Array Technologies reached in December of 2019, an agreement of over $100M USD for 1.5GW of projects across the U.S.

“As we continue to grow and progress our 16GW development pipeline, executing global procurement deals with world class suppliers like Array Technologies enables us to leverage the efficiencies of our scale. This approach further optimizes our projects and translates into competitively priced electricity for our customers. Our agreement with Array Technologies demonstrates the quality of partnerships Lightsource bp invests in,” said Nick Boyle, Group CEO for Lightsource bp.

“Array’s ongoing collaboration with Lightsource bp has given us insight into how efficiently they prepare and plan,” said Jim Fusaro, CEO for Array Technologies. “Their management team takes the long view on solar and invests at scale in proven technology – to deliver low energy costs for their clients over the full lifetime of a solar project. This customer-centric approach, with a focus on lowering long-term operations expenses, is exactly how we deal with our clients.”

About Array Technologies, Inc.
Array Technologies is a leading global technology company providing tracker solutions and services for utility-scale solar energy projects as one of the world’s largest manufacturers of ground-mounting systems. With efficient installation and terrain flexibility coupled with high reliability, durability, and performance, Array delivers a lower levelized cost of energy. The Company’s focus on innovation, combined with its customer-centric approach, has helped achieve some of the industry’s best returns. Array Technologies is headquartered in the United States with offices in Europe, Central America, and Australia. Contact us at arraytechinc.com or view our LinkedIn page.

About Lightsource bp
Lightsource bp is a global leader in the development and management of solar energy projects. They are a 50:50 joint venture with bp plc, working together to help drive the world’s transition to low carbon energy through competitively priced and sustainable electricity. With solar set to increase tenfold in the next 20 years, Lightsource bp is well-positioned to capitalize on this growth and enact real change on the global energy landscape through responsible solar projects. The team is comprised of 500 industry specialists, active across 13 countries – providing a full-service to their customers from initial site selection and permitting through to long-term management of projects.

For more information visit lightsourcebp.com, follow us on Twitter @lightsourceBP and Instagram @lightsourcebp, or view our LinkedIn page.

Forward Looking Statements

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James McCusker, 203-585-4750

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As a pioneer of organic and vegetarian food for 30 years, Wessanen is best known for its range of leading brands such as Bjorg, Clipper, Bonneterre, Allos, El Granero and Isola Bio. From today, Wessanen will become Ecotone and focus on a new mission of Food for Biodiversity. Newly headquartered in Lyon, the company will become a mission driven company according to French law and is drawing up a Biodiversity commitment plan that goes beyond the organic standards.

Lyon, November 10th, 2020 – Every day, some of the biodiversity of our planet is lost forever. This is largely caused by the current industrial agricultural and food systems degrading the environment and its soil.  Every species that is lost can threaten the connection of and balance between all species. Often resulting in the loss of entire ecosystems and precious resources.

Wessanen is a pioneer in vegetarian and organic food and has been helping to build an alternative food model in Europe. Vegetarian and organic food are the two main pillars and  effective alternatives to intensive agriculture and livestock that threaten biodiversity today.

Wessanen becomes Ecotone and takes on the mission of “food for biodiversity”. By 2030 the company commits to :
– further grow the share of its turnover of organic products to 90% and of vegetarian products to 95%. Vegetarian and organic products are essential to preserving biodiversity
– defy food standardization and guarantees that ⅔ of its products are not based on the 9 over consumed Global commodities(e.g., wheat, rice, corn, soybeans, palm oil, etc.)  that more than 65% of Global diets are based on. This will be key to develop diversified diets that are respectful of biodiversity.
– triple the volume of strategic raw materials grown using agricultural practices exceeding organic specifications in order to increase biodiversity (e.g., agri-ecological practices, under cover, long crop rotation)

In 2019, Wessanen became the first European International Food group to be certified B Corp, one of the most demanding CSR labels. In 2020, following the relocation of its head office to Lyon, Ecotone takes the next step and adopts the status of a mission led company (‘entreprise a mission’) according to the French law ‘PACTE’.

Christophe Barnouin, CEO Ecotone commented: “For more than 30 years we have chosen organic and vegetarian food as our main pillars. Becoming Ecotone gives us the opportunity to further strengthen the focus on our mission “Food for biodiversity” and make it a visible commitment every day.”

Press contacts

Klaus Arntz (Chief Marketing and Sustainability Officer)
Phone     +31 6831 68668
Email     klaus.arntz@ecotone.bio

Anne Pouplier (Communication Manager)
Phone     +33 629 65 15 19
Email     anne.pouplier@ecotone.bio

About Ecotone
Ecotone is a leading company in the European market for organic and vegetarian food. With  offices and production sites across seven countries we employ around 1,500 people. In 2019 our turnover was € 625 million. Our purpose is ‘Food for Biodiversity’ and we focus on organic, vegetarian, fair trade and nutritionally beneficial products. Headquartered in Lyon, our family of companies is committed to making food that supports biodiversity. Our brands include many pioneers and market leaders : Allos, Alter Eco, Abbot Kinney’s, Bjorg, Bonneterre, Clipper, Destination, El Granero, Isola Bio, Kallø, Whole Earth and Zonnatura. In 2019, Wessanen which is now Ecotone has become Europe’s first multinational B Corp food business. www.ecotone.bio