Disneyland, Disney California Adventure reopen after year of closures

The Securities and Exchange Commission is investigating Volkswagen’s April Fools’ stint where it changed its name to “Volts-Wagen” to promote its electric car strategy back in March. The SEC is looking into if it affected the automaker’s stock price, and whether it broke any security laws.

News 12 Staff

Apr 30, 2021, 3:50 PM

Updated 1,171 days ago

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The Securities and Exchange Commission is investigating Volkswagen’s April Fools’ stint where it changed its name to “Volts-Wagen” to promote its electric car strategy back in March. The SEC is looking into if it affected the automaker’s stock price, and whether it broke any security laws.
Disneyland and Disney California Adventure reopened Friday for the first time in more than a year of closures due to the coronavirus. Visitors will need a theme park ticket, as well as an advance reservation to get into the park through at least June 28.
Consumers are now able to purchase Apple’s Airtags and the new purple iPhone 12. They can attach the Airtags to items they easily lose and then track them. They are priced at $29 with a pack of four available at a discounted price of $99.


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