Ecology and Environment, Inc. Securities Litigation

According to the Complaint, Ecology and Environment, Inc. is an environmental and engineering consulting firm that employs professionals in scientific, engineering, and planning disciplines and works collaboratively with clients to develop technically sound, science-based solutions to environmental challenges.

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SRC Energy Inc. Securities Litigation

According to the Complailnt, SRC Energy Inc. is an oil and natural gas exploration and production company.

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The Chemours Company Securities Litigation

According to the Complaint, Chemours was formerly the Performance Chemicals business of DuPont, and began trading as a public company after its spin-off in July 2015. Chemours produces a wide range of industrial and specialty chemicals products for various markets, operating through three segments: Titanium Technologies (TiO2, a premium white pigment used for whiteness and opacity in various foods, cosmetics, and other products), Flouroproducts (flouroproducts including PFAS, as well as refrigerants), and Chemical Solutions (industrial chemicals used in gold production, industrials, and consumer applications).

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Sonim Technologies, Inc. Securities Litigation

According to the Complaint, Sonim provides ultra-rugged mobile phones and accessories for task workers who are physically engaged in their work environments. The Company's phones and accessories connect workers with voice, data and workflow applications in two end markets: industrial enterprise and public sector.

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Ruhnn Holding Limited : American Depositary Shares Securities Litigation

According to the Complaint, Ruhnn describes itself as China's largest key opinion leader ("KOL") facilitator and largest KOL facilitator in China's e-commerce market. So-called KOLs are essentially social media influencers, i.e., individuals who create content on social media platforms such as Facebook, YouTube, Tik Tok, and Instagram with the hope of garnering a large public following. As a purported KOL facilitator, Ruhnn contracts with social media influencers who are paid to promote, market, and advertise products and services to their fans and followers. Ruhnn claims to recruit, train, and manage KOLs and provide them with analytical support. The Company describes such activities as "incubating" KOLs. Ruhnn's KOLs primarily market women's apparel, cosmetics, shoes, handbags, and other fashion products on social media platforms popular in China, such as Miaopai, Tik Tok, and Kuaishou.

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