Three things that happened on September 1st, including Jacob Blake father response

1. Jacob Blake father responded to President Trump’s visit

Jacob Blake was hospitalized after being shot backward seven times by police officers in Kenosha, Wisconsin last week.  Blake’s father recently expressed the hope that politics will not be excluded from the situation. “I will not participate in political events. We are talking about this as my son’s life,” Jacob Blake Sr. told CNN on Monday.

President Trump announced that he would not meet with Jacob Black’s family because they wanted lawyers to attend.

Trump told reporters at a press conference on Monday night: “I think it’s best not to do anything where a lawyer is involved.”

2. Coronavirus outbreak at Central Prison in Southern Tennessee

The Tennessee Department of Health announced that the Southern Central Correctional Facility has 974 inmates diagnosed with Covid-19 and 288 staff.

The Southern Central Correctional Institution is a private prison managed by Core Civic. The Tennessee Department of Corrections said the cases were discovered during the second round of large-scale testing conducted by the agency.

3. Will Zoom Income zoom in on zoom bomb stocks?

Zoom Video Communications Inc can be said to be one of the biggest beneficiaries of the blockade caused by the pandemic.

This forces workers and students to continue to work and go to school with video conferencing technology. Zoom has tripled its 2020 revenue from last year. The stock rose 8.6{7d6bb1f761e691f027164c9fe6d1ebbc4659a250013ce39dc45a15ede39dbac5} on Monday.

The young company greatly exceeded expectations for the second quarter, with earnings per share at the close of Monday of 92 cents, compared with previous estimates of 45 cents. Revenue of $663 million exceeded expectations of $500 million. Zoom estimates that its third-quarter earnings per share will be between 73 cents and 74 cents, and revenue will be between $685 million and $690 million. When stocks open for trading in the morning, this should speed up the charging of stocks.

Investors have been observing how the San Jose, California-based company can convert subscriber earnings into greater profits. But network security brings some problems because uninvited people will hold private meetings “privately.” The company has been working hard to improve privacy and security.

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