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RELX has soared by more than 140% on its first day of listing, and many e-cigarette concept stocks have daily limit

  it skyrocketed by more than 104% at the opening. It rose 145.92% to US$29.51, with a total market value of US$45.83 billion. Investors' favor of this upstart e-cigarette also pushed up the wealth of its founder.  According to the prospectus, Wang Ying, the founder and actual controller of RELX, holds 58.7% of the shares. According to the latest total market value, Wang Ying's net worth has soared to 26.9 billion US dollars, or about 174.1 billion yuan. According to the prospectus, according to the CIC report, RELX is the number one e-cigarette brand in China. In terms of retail sales, in 2019 and the first three quarters of 2020, RELX accounted for 48.0% and 62.6 of the market share of closed-system electronic atomization products, respectively. %. Engaged in high-margin tobacco-related businesses, RELX’s profitability is not bad.  In the first three quarters of 2020, RELX’s gross profit was 833.4 million yuan, an increase of 81.37% year-on-year, and the gross profit margin w

Xiaomi's third-quarter revenue of 72.16 billion yuan exceeded market expectations; Yu Chengdong officially withdrew from the glory terminal; Musk said it is developing an electric vehicle with a battery life of 1,000 kilometers

  Xiaomi's Q3 overseas market revenue hit a record high in a single quarter, a year-on-year increase of 52.1%. big company Xiaomi's third-quarter revenue was 72.16 billion yuan, exceeding market expectations Xiaomi released its third quarter 2020 financial report.  The financial report shows that Xiaomi’s third-quarter revenue was 72.16 billion yuan, a year-on-year increase of 34.5%. The market was estimated to be 70.020 billion yuan, compared with 53.661 billion yuan in the same period last year; adjusted net profit was 4.128 billion yuan, a year-on-year increase of 18.9%. Xiaomi's Q3 overseas market revenue hit a record high in a single quarter, up 52.1% year-on-year Xiaomi’s global smartphone shipments in the third quarter of 2020 increased by 45.3% year-on-year to 46.6 million; revenue from overseas markets hit a record high in a single quarter, up 52.1% year-on-year to 39.8 billion yuan; revenue from advertising business hit a single quarter A record high, an increase

Tesla hires 1,000 people within two months; Weilai expects vehicle deliveries in the fourth quarter to be between 16,500 and 17,000; Twitter pushes the “story” function globally

  In order to improve sales and delivery, Tesla recruits 1,000 people in two months According to reports, earlier this year, Tesla's production increased, and they increased vehicle sales and delivery in multiple markets. Currently, the company has to recruit more employees in order to support its sales.  According to sources, Tesla is currently recruiting on a large scale. In two months, they have recruited about 1,000 sales and delivery employees in North America.  (Sina Technology) Twitter pushes "story" function globally, challenging Instagram and Snapchat According to reports, Twitter recently launched a global "story" function "Fleets", which challenged Snapchat and Instagram.  Fleets allows users to post photos and videos to encourage more sharing.  Unlike ordinary Twitter messages, Fleets messages cannot receive likes, replies, and reposts, and will automatically disappear 24 hours after being posted.  (Sina Technology) NIO: The vehicle deliver

Why is Quibi holding $1.75 billion doomed to fail fast?

  A product, a collection of astronomical amount of financing, enjoy the  reputation of the industry  sector of the founding team, first-class products and content production team and so on various  Dolly  good factor, its fate will be? Quibi, a streaming short video platform, gave an atypical answer to this question, which is "quick death." In April of this year, Quibi was officially launched in the much-anticipated manner, and raised nearly US$1.75 billion before it went online.  But Quibi, who was born with a golden spoon, failed to achieve the goal of rapid growth. After only 6 months of survival, it officially announced the shutdown of the service on October 21, selling technology and produced content. Quibi's sudden death shocked the European and American content media circles, and there were many reports in China.  But in fact, its failure is not without trace.  This issue of Quanmeipai (ID: quanmeipai) counts the 6-month history of Quibi from its birth to its demi