With Technology Stocks Soaring, Tech Executives Boost Investor Confidence With Newswire’s Financial Distribution

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NEW YORK – October 12, 2020 – ( Newswire.com )

​​Investors will be closely monitoring the tech sector as election season ramps up in the United States, and C-suite tech executives will be looking to make every effort to boost brand perception in that time leading up to Nov. 3. With Newswire’s Financial Distribution Platform, tech leaders can effectively distribute their company news, updates and performance reports to the nation’s most-read financial outlets and publications to effectively increase brand awareness during this crucial time in the country’s history.

Tech shares soared as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, as millions of Americans were limited to their homes during the lockdown periods that went into effect in early March of this year. Since then, American households became shared workspaces, schools, entertainment centers, and more through the usage of various technologies. According to Andrew Hecht of stocknews.com, it is suspected that the US government will likely address the dominance displayed by the leading technology companies once the dust settles after the election season concludes. 

“While there is a potential for strong government regulations looming over the tech sector in the months to come, there is also an opportunity for the firms to boost investor confidence through powerful communication campaigns,” said Charlie Terenzio, Newswire’s VP of Earned Media Advantage Business. 

“Additionally, smaller firms that are not as concerned with the potential of government regulation have the opportunity to market their business and highlight performance to prospective investors that may be looking to fund the next tech giant of the 21st century.”

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Idaho TikTok Star Who Sent Fleetwood Mac Sales Soaring : NPR

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Nathan Apodaca, whose TikTok video longboarding to Fleetwood Mac’s “Dreams” has catapulting him to viral fame. Here, he is standing in the pickup truck donated to him by Ocean Spray. In his video, Apodaca sips a bottle of Ocean Spray’s Cran-Raspberry juice.

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Nathan Apodaca, whose TikTok video longboarding to Fleetwood Mac’s “Dreams” has catapulting him to viral fame. Here, he is standing in the pickup truck donated to him by Ocean Spray. In his video, Apodaca sips a bottle of Ocean Spray’s Cran-Raspberry juice.

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Nathan Apodaca’s truck had already logged some 320,000 miles. One morning last month, it couldn’t go a mile more. The truck broke down on a highway in Idaho Falls, about two miles from the potato warehouse where he has worked for nearly two decades.

Luckily, he had a skateboard in his truck, along with a bottle of Ocean Spray’s Cran-Raspberry juice.

“I was just sitting there and I’m like, ‘OK I’m not gonna sit here and wait for nobody to pull some jumper cables,” Apodaco told NPR. “I’m not gonna flag anyone down.’ So I grab my juice, grab my longboard, started heading to work.”

The story could have ended there. As many know by now, it didn’t.

As Apodaca rolled down the hill, he casually turned on his TikTok account @420doggface208 and created a video that would make a cultural sensation of his fairly prosaic, if resourceful, commute to work.

“When I heard ‘Dreams,’ that’s when I figured, OK, this is it,” said Apodaca, a 37-year-old father two. After the video took off, that 1977 hit single “Dreams” by Fleetwood Mac catapulted back on the charts, tripling in sales. The band also reported its best week ever on streaming.

This wasn’t Apodaca’s first TikTok video.