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Mobile Phone Accessories Market Size is Projected to Reach USD 37,071.56 Million by 2025 | Valuates Reports

BANGALORE, India, Oct. 8, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — According to the Latest Market Research Report “Mobile Phone Accessories Marketby Product) Battery, Battery Cases, Chargers, Headphones, Memory Card, Portable Speaker, Power Bank, and Protective Case), by Distribution Mode (Online, Offline)and Region – Global Forecast to 2025 “, published on Valuates Reports.

The Global Mobile Phone Accessories Market size is expected to grow from USD 25,285.88 Million in 2019 to USD 37,071.56 Million by 2025 at a CAGR of 6.58%.

Major factors driving the growth of Mobile Phone Accessories Market size are the rise in smartphone use and seamless connectivity to the digital world.

The Mobile Phone Accessories Market report comprises an analytical depiction of the market size along with the current trends and future estimations to depict the imminent investment pockets.

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UConn Gets $1 Million Gift From Former Trustees Chairman, Wife

STORRS, CT — The former chairman of the University of Connecticut’s board of trustees and his wife have donated $1 million to UConn in an effort to “help students struggling from the financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic,” the UConn Foundation announced Thursday.

The from Dr. John W. Rowe and his wife, Valerie, is designed to “provide an immediate infusion of spendable cash to buoy students in the Rowe Scholars program, many of whom had lost on-campus and summer jobs and struggled to pay tuition,” UConn Foundation officials said.

The gift “doubled their scholarships” and helped with books, fees, and other pressing expenses, according to the announcement.

“I was surprised, thrilled, and grateful when I heard about it,” said Meghan Long, of Middletown, a Rowe Scholar majoring in physiology and neurobiology. Because of COVID-19, her summer internship at Hartford Hospital had been canceled, officials said. She was “scrambling” to pay

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1 Million Married Women Lost Their Jobs Last Month Due to Back-to-School Season

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Back-to-school season is tough enough on working parents. This year, it’s devastating — and for one group in particular. 

According to the newest count from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, married women lost almost one million jobs in September. Meanwhile, married men lost nearly 800,000 jobs, and both single men and women steadily earned jobs back.

“This month the number of women leaving the labor market was larger than total job gains,” economist Michael Madowitz wrote for the Center for American Progress. “Women’s employment has taken an unprecedented hit in this recession, with economists fearing a lost generation of mothers.”

The statement echoes what Betsey Stevenson, an economics professor at the University of Michigan, previously told the New York Times: “We

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A $25 million gift from the Lusardi family helps build new hospital tower at Scripps Encinitas

The Lusardi family name has long been associated with building, so it is no surprise that the latest philanthropic gift from Warner and Debbie Lusardi will help construct a building expected to have significant impact on the health of coastal North County residents for decades to come.

The Rancho Santa Fe couple, whose eponymous construction company was founded in Vista in 1958 and eventually found nationwide success, will give $25 million to Scripps Memorial Hospital Encinitas to help build a three-story, 64-room structure to be dubbed the Lusardi Tower when it opens in 2025.

Lusardis have been living in San Diego County since the 1860s, and Warner Lusardi said that experiences over the years at Scripps Encinitas directly informed the decision to make what is the facility’s largest single philanthropic donation since opening day in 1964.

“We’ve had some of our own workers with serious problems treated at Scripps Encinitas,

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Exer Labs raises $2 million and launches computer vision app for Peloton-style coached workouts

Exer Labs has raised $2 million in funding and unveiled its AI and computer vision Exer Studio app for the Mac. Exer Studio captures your movements for coaching advice and offers Peloton-style leaderboards for workouts.

The Denver-based fitness startup captures your movements with your laptop’s camera and evaluates your form. It can share your results with friends, fitness coaches, or others to see where you rank on the leaderboards, motivating you to work harder or faster.

CEO Zaw Thet said in an interview with VentureBeat that Exer relies on edge-based AI (meaning it uses your smartphone’s computing power) and computer vision to power its motion coaching platform. It offers real-time audio and visual feedback on almost any type of human motion via a Mac (and its camera), without having a human in the loop. The mission is to help people move, train, and play better. Coaches can use the app

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Ron Perelman Is Shopping Two NYC Townhouses for $75 Million

(Bloomberg) — Ron Perelman has put two adjacent Upper East Side townhouses on the market for $75 million, as the billionaire continues to pare his holdings.



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The connected Manhattan homes are on East 63rd Street, with the larger of the two being offered for $65 million, according to a person with knowledge of the matter.

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The listing, earlier reported by the Wall Street Journal, comes as part of a wide-ranging divestment by Perelman. He told Bloomberg last month that he wanted to simplify his life after “holding onto too many things that I don’t use or even want,” while his business empire needed to react to the unprecedented economic environment.

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Perelman has recently sold several companies he owns, as well as hundreds of millions of dollar of art. A painting by Cy

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Anniversary gift from son earns woman $1 million lottery jackpot

Oct. 7 (UPI) — A Virginia woman said a scratch-off lottery ticket she received as a wedding anniversary present from her son turned out to be a valuable gift indeed when she won a $1 million jackpot.

Charrondarous Goode-Burroughs, of Richmond, told Virginia Lottery officials her $1 Million Royale Scratcher lottery ticket was a wedding anniversary gift from her son, who purchased the ticket at the E & C VA store in Richmond.

She said the small gift turned into a large boon when she scratched off a $1 million top prize.

“It said $1 million, but I truly didn’t think it was $1 million,” Goode-Burroughs recalled.

The winner said she has not yet decided what to do with her jackpot.

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$240 million gift to UMaine System ranks among largest ever to public institutes of higher ed

A $240 million gift to the University of Maine System is among the largest ever gifts to public institutes of higher education and will be used to invest in new facilities, scholarships and athletics over the next 12 years.

The funding is part of a $500 million investment announced by the Harold Alfond Foundation Tuesday that will provide grants of between $5 million and $240 million to expand science and technology education and workforce skills around Maine. The grants are the largest set of commitments the philanthropic organization has made in its 70-year history.

About half of the total Alfond donation will go to the U Maine System, which announced more details Wednesday on how the money will be spent. The gift is the 8th largest gift ever to a U.S. institute of public higher education and the largest ever in New England, according to a news release from the

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People are shopping for groceries less often but buying more items, Tesco said, as it reported rising pre-tax profits of $709 million



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  • Tesco’s total revenues grew 8.6% in the six months to August, it said on Wednesday, thanks to a surge in online shopping during the pandemic.
  • In the UK, online sales at the grocery giant nearly doubled in the quarter to August.
  • Customers favored Tesco’s smaller, local stores over its larger supermarkets, it said. People are shopping less often — but buying more.
  • Tesco’s operating profit fell 4.5% in the first half of the year, reflecting the £533 million ($686 million) it spent on its COVID-19 response, but it posted a 28.7% jump in pre-tax profit to £551 million ($709 million).
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British supermarket giant Tesco has reported rising sales and pre-tax profit, largely thanks to the boom in online grocery shopping during lockdown.

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Clothing Retailer H&M Told to Wear $41 Million GDPR Fine

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Employee Surveillance Violations Trigger Germany’s Biggest Privacy Fine to Date

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Privacy regulators in Germany have slammed the world’s second-largest clothing retailer, H&M, with a €35.2 million ($41.4 million) fine for violating EU privacy laws.

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The fine, issued by the Hamburg Data Protection Authority – aka HmbBfDI – under the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation, represents the largest privacy fine to have ever been issued by a German regulator, and centers on illegal workplace surveillance at a service center in Nuremberg.


Stockholm-based Hennes & Mauritz AB – better known as H&M – operates 5,000 stores across 74 countries and employs 126,000 people.

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