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Company profile

Amesite, Inc. is an artificial intelligence software company. The Company is engaged in offering a cloud-based platform and content creation services for business and university-delivered education and upskilling. It uses artificial intelligence technologies to provide customized environments for learners, easy-to-manage interfaces for instructors, and accessibility for learners in the United States education market. Its code architecture offers accessibility and agility for engineers, using languages for both client and server-side functions. It delivers Learning Community Environments (LCESMs) to businesses and educational institutions (EIs) that enable them to offer branded learning products to their students, professional learners or employees with ease. It offers its platform to its customers, which include universities, museums, businesses and government agencies. Its customers offer learning to their users, who are students, professional learners and / or their own employees.

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Bed Bath & Beyond down 6% in premarket trade amid bankruptcy fears

7:45 am ET January 17, 2023 (MarketWatch)

Bed Bath & Beyond Inc. stock (BBBY) slid 6% in premarket trade Tuesday, a week after it announced the closure of almost 130 stores as it attempts to resolve its financial woes. The company announced the closures, along with third-quarter results that missed analysts' top- and bottom-line estimates, just days after it said it may need to declare bankruptcy. "Bed Bath & Beyond remains one of the weakest names within our coverage, with traffic declining 14.9% year-over-year," wrote KeyBanc analysts in a note to clients on Tuesday. Meanwhile, investor Ryan Cohen, who has invested in meme stocks including GameStop Corp. (GME) and Bed Bath & Beyond, has built a stake in Alibaba (9988.HK), according to a Wall Street Journal report and is pushing the Chinese e-commerce giant to boost its stock buyback program. The retail investors who followed Cohen in his meme stock adventures, are not expected to follow him into Alibaba.

-Ciara Linnane


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January 17, 2023 07:45 ET (12:45 GMT)

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