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Ma'jon Wright enters transfer portal

Arizona wide receiver Ma'jon Wright has entered the transfer portal once again. He previously chose to transfer to Middle Tennessee State, but changed his mind and made the decision to come back to Arizona in order to play for Jedd Fisch and the rest of the coaching staff before transferring yet again.
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Arizona Football wide receiver Ma’jon Wright enters portal again

Despite transferring back to Arizona Football and sitting out this past year, wide receiver Ma’Jon Wright has entered the transfer portal once again. Arizona Football wide receiver Ma’Jon Wright should consider investing in some frequent flyer miles at this point. After multiple stints with the Wildcats, Wright is on the move… again!
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Things to Do in Brewster, MA | Cape Cod Towns

Please note that many establishments throughout New England have modified their hours and/or operations in response to COVID-19. Please check with individual businesses and organizations for the latest information before making travel plans. In the flexing arm of Cape Cod, the town of Brewster, Massachusetts, and neighboring Dennis would be...
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China detains man named Ma, causing jitters that wiped $26B off Alibaba stock

Alibaba’s shares plummeted nearly 10% within minutes of rumored reports earlier this week that a man named "Ma" had been arrested for alleged national security violations. It later turned out that "Ma" was not Alibaba co-founder Jack Ma, who has kept a low profile since he was questioned by police during Beijing’s crackdown on big business in late 2020, Bloomberg reported.
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Alibaba shares plunge after China detains man surnamed ‘Ma’ as people mistake him for tech tycoon Jack Ma

Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba’s shares plummeted on Tuesday after reports emerged that an individual surnamed “Ma” in the city of Hangzhou was detained on grounds of national security, raising concerns about the company’s founder Jack Ma.The accused was placed under under “compulsory measures” on 25 April on suspicion of “colluding with overseas anti-China hostile forces” to “incite secession” and “incite subversion of state power,” according to China’s state broadcaster CCTV.Alibaba’s Hong Kong-listed shares plunged 9.4 per cent, wiping out about $26bn of market value, after Chinese state media reported the detention of the individual surnamed Ma, reported Bloomberg.Majority of...
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A Chinese man surnamed ‘Ma’ was detained. The news wiped off $26 billion from Alibaba’s stock

For Chinese tech tycoon Jack Ma, there’s a price to freedom: $26 billion. Alibaba, the Chinese e-commerce giant Ma co-founded, saw its Hong Kong-listed shares plunge as much as 9.4% Tuesday after Chinese state media reported that an individual surnamed “Ma” in the city of Hangzhou — where Alibaba is based — had been detained on national security grounds.
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