Zoom Expands Developer Platform with Launch of Zoom Apps SDK

Zoom Apps SDK enables developers to build new applications that transform the meeting experience

SAN JOSE, Calif., June 21, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Today, Zoom Video Communications, Inc. (NASDAQ: ZM) announced the general availability of the Zoom Apps SDK, which provides developers with the resources and support infrastructure needed to build Zoom Apps within the Zoom client. By building on the Zoom Apps SDK, developers can reach Zoom customers, and users can discover and add new apps within the same client they use every day. Over 100 Zoom Apps have been published by developer partners to enrich meeting experiences ranging from meeting productivity, team collaboration, and social networking to gaming.

“To meet customer expectations, organizations continue to look for ways to evolve their businesses and scale workflows, which leads to an increased need for developers to have access to develop innovative app capabilities and features,” said Brendan Ittelson, Chief Technology Officer at Zoom. “With the launch of the Zoom Apps SDK, the Zoom Developer Platform continues to expand and offer developers new ways to incorporate video communications and collaboration into their creations, transforming business workflows forever.”

“The ability to leverage APIs to enable application integration and innovation is a critical digital transformation need,” says Irwin Lazar, President and Principal Analyst at Metrigy. “More than 84% of IT professionals in our research say that API availability is important for employee and customer engagement use cases. General availability of the Zoom Apps SDK will make it easier, and faster, for developers to deliver business benefits through a variety of ways.”

Zoom Apps SDK broadens developer capabilities by:

  • Increasing the reach of new applications by tapping into Zoom’s global and diverse audience, listing apps on the Zoom App Marketplace and in the Zoom client where apps can be installed even during a Zoom Meeting
  • Extending new apps to create collaborative experiences across Zoom Meetings
  • Creating engaging experiences for customers both within and outside of Zoom Meetings

Zoom Apps SDK is a JavaScript SDK that provides access to client features such as setting the Virtual Background while also providing the app context for the interaction. Fundamentally, it uses a method to get the meeting context, with identifiers for the user and meeting. These identifiers can be used with a comprehensive set of API endpoints from the Zoom Developer Platform, including REST APIs and Webhooks to enrich the app experience.

With the Zoom Apps SDK, companies are able to create engaging experiences within Zoom Meetings, and in the Zoom desktop window for asynchronous collaboration.

“In this new era of hybrid work, businesses are using more apps than ever to collaborate and get work done from anywhere,” said Ketan Kittur, Vice President, Product Management at Box. “We know that customers want all of their favorite apps to work securely and seamlessly together. With the Zoom Apps SDK, we created the Box app for Zoom which empowers our thousands of joint customers to work frictionlessly across our two platforms.”

Getting Started with Zoom Apps SDK
Building with Zoom Apps SDK is simple. Here’s how to get started:

  1. Build the app: Utilize the Zoom Apps SDK to develop and customize an app.
  2. Complete the submission checklist: Before submitting an app for review, ensure all items are completed in the Submission Requirements. The checklist covers marketing, privacy, legal, support, and technical information.
  3. Submit the app for review: All apps submitted for publication undergo a thorough review, including functional and usability testing, and security and compliance review.
  4. Publish on App Marketplace: Once published, the app will be available to all users through an embeddable button.

To learn more about the Zoom Apps SDK, please read our blog.

About Zoom
Zoom is for you. Zoom is a space where you can connect to others, share ideas, make plans, and build toward a future limited only by your imagination. Our frictionless communications platform is the only one that started with video as its foundation, and we have set the standard for innovation ever since. That is why we are an intuitive, scalable, and secure choice for large enterprises, small businesses, and individuals alike. Founded in 2011, Zoom is publicly traded (NASDAQ:ZM) and headquartered in San Jose, California. Visit zoom.com and follow @zoom.

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NetSPI Expands Global Footprint with Strategic Leadership Appointments in EMEA

Security industry leaders join NetSPI’s EMEA team to fuel growth and meet increased demand for pentesting services in EMEA

MINNEAPOLIS, June 21, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — NetSPI, the leader in enterprise penetration testing and attack surface management, today announced the expansion of its global footprint in Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) to meet growing international demand for its offensive security solutions.

“NetSPI’s technology-powered services and customer-first focus has solidified the company’s leading position within the North American offensive security industry,” said KKR’s Paul Harragan, a London-based investor in NetSPI. “The team’s specialised skill set, tech acumen and white glove delivery model will resonate with the European market and should drive continued growth and expansion as the team develops and delivers critical offensive security solutions.”

“We’ve experienced a record volume of demand from EMEA organisations needing to improve their security posture through a proven, holistic approach to pentesting, and now, we’re well positioned to deliver this in the region,” said Aaron Shilts, CEO, NetSPI. “We’ve hired a team of  extremely talented, energising security leaders who align with our customer-first approach to business. Establishing our EMEA beachhead with this incredible group will ensure NetSPI is destined for accelerated growth and continued success in the region.”

The company has appointed security industry veterans Steve BakewellSteve Armstrong, and Eric Graves to strategically lead NetSPI’s EMEA team and drive further growth in the region. Bakewell joins NetSPI as Managing Director of EMEA and brings over 23 years of experience in cybersecurity and risk management across organisations including Central Government & Defence and Royal Bank of Scotland, as well as with security vendors such as CipherCloud, RiskIQ and Citrix.

“The pentesting space is highly competitive in the UK, but vendors in the region simply do not have the pedigree that NetSPI has,” Bakewell said. “NetSPI already provides its penetration testing services to nine out of the top 10 U.S. banks and many of the Fortune 500 – I’m looking forward to the opportunity to serve end users in EMEA during a time when security is high on the business agenda.”

Bakewell will work closely with Armstrong, who has been appointed Regional Vice President for EMEA. Armstrong has two decades of experience in sales and security, spanning companies including Bitglass, CyCognito and Avira. Graves will work alongside Armstrong as NetSPI’s Regional Sales Director for EMEA, leveraging his extensive experience in cybersecurity sales for organisations such as Pentera, TrendMicro and Spok, to meet global demand and provide NetSPI’s award-winning pentesting solutions to EMEA customers. The three leaders will work closely alongside Shilts and oversee NetSPI’s growing team in EMEA.

NetSPI will be at InfoSecurity Europe from June 21-23, 2022 at ExCel London. Participate in a live demo and meet the company’s security experts at Stand M-12. For more information or to schedule a meeting with NetSPI at InfoSecurity Europe, please click here.

About NetSPI
NetSPI is the leader in enterprise security testing and attack surface management, partnering with nine of the top 10 U.S. banks, three of the world’s five largest healthcare companies, the largest global cloud providers, and many of the Fortune® 500. NetSPI offers Penetration Testing as a Service (PTaaS) through its Resolve™ penetration testing and vulnerability management platform. Its experts perform deep dive manual penetration testing of application, network, and cloud attack surfaces, historically testing over 1 million assets to find 4 million unique vulnerabilities. NetSPI is headquartered in Minneapolis, MN and is a portfolio company of private equity firms Sunstone Partners, KKR, and Ten Eleven Ventures. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

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NetSPI élargit son empreinte mondiale avec des nominations stratégiques à la direction de la zone EMEA

Les leaders du secteur de la sécurité rejoignent l’équipe EMEA de NetSPI pour alimenter la croissance et répondre à la demande croissante de services de pen test dans la zone EMEA

MINNEAPOLIS21 juin 2022/PRNewswire/ — NetSPI, leader dans les tests de pénétration d’entreprise et la gestion des surfaces d’attaque, a annoncé aujourd’hui l’expansion de son empreinte mondiale en Europe, au Moyen-Orient et en Afrique (EMEA) pour répondre à la demande internationale croissante pour ce qui est de ses solutions de sécurité offensives.

« Les services de NetSPI axés sur la technologie et le client ont consolidé la position de leader de l’entreprise au sein de l’industrie nord-américaine de la sécurité offensive », a déclaré Paul Harragan de KKR, un investisseur londonien dans NetSPI. « L’ensemble de compétences spécialisées de l’équipe, son sens aigu de la technologie et son modèle de prestation de premier ordre trouveront un écho sur le marché européen et devraient favoriser la croissance et l’expansion continues à mesure que l’équipe développe et fournit des solutions de sécurité offensives critiques. »

« Nous avons connu un volume record de demandes de la part des organisations de la zone EMEA qui ont besoin d’améliorer leur posture de sécurité grâce à une approche holistique éprouvée du pen test, et maintenant, nous sommes bien positionnés pour offrir cela dans la région », a déclaré Aaron Shilts, PDG de NetSPI. « Nous avons embauché une équipe de leaders de la sécurité extrêmement talentueux et dynamiques qui s’alignent sur notre approche d’affaires axée sur le client. L’établissement de notre chef de file EMEA avec ce groupe incroyable garantira que NetSPI est destiné à une croissance accélérée et à un succès continu dans la région. »

La société a nommé les vétérans de l’industrie de la sécurité Steve Bakewell Steve Armstrong , afin Éric Graves de diriger stratégiquement l’équipe EMEA de NetSPI et de stimuler la croissance dans la région. Bakewell rejoint NetSPI en tant que directeur général de l’EMEA et apporte plus de 23 ans d’expérience dans la cybersécurité et la gestion des risques au sein d’organisations telles que Central Government & Defence et Royal Bank of Scotland, ainsi qu’avec des fournisseurs de solutions de sécurité tels que CipherCloud, RiskIQ et Citrix.

« L’espace de pen test est très compétitif au Royaume-Uni, mais les fournisseurs de la région n’ont tout simplement pas le pedigree que possède NetSPI », a dit Bakewell. « NetSPI fournit déjà ses services de tests de pénétration à neuf des dix premières banques américaines et à un grand nombre des entreprises du Fortune 500. J’ai hâte de pouvoir servir les utilisateurs finaux en Europe, au Moyen-Orient et en Afrique à un moment où la sécurité est une priorité pour les entreprises. »

Bakewell travaillera en étroite collaboration avec Armstrong, qui a été nommé vice-président régional pour la région EMEA.  Armstrong possède deux décennies d’expérience dans les ventes et la sécurité, couvrant des entreprises telles que Bitglass, CyCognito et Avira. Graves travaillera aux côtés d’Armstrong en tant que directeur régional des ventes de NetSPI pour la région EMEA, mettant à profit sa vaste expérience dans les ventes de cybersécurité pour des organisations telles que Pentera, TrendMicro et Spok, afin de répondre à la demande mondiale et d’octroyer le prix NetSPI des solutions de pen test aux clients EMEA. Les trois leaders travailleront en étroite collaboration avec Shilts et superviseront l’équipe NetSPI en pleine croissance en EMEA.

NetSPI sera à InfoSecurity Europe du 21 au 23 juin 2022 à ExCel London. Participez à une démonstration en direct et rencontrez les experts en sécurité de l’entreprise au stand M-12. Pour plus d’informations ou pour organiser une réunion avec NetSPI à InfoSecurity Europe, veuillez cliquer ici .

À propos de NetSPI
NetSPI est le leader des tests de sécurité d’entreprise et de la gestion de la surface d’attaque, en partenariat avec neuf des dix plus grandes banques américaines, trois des cinq plus grandes entreprises de soins de santé au monde, les plus grands fournisseurs mondiaux de cloud computing et de nombreux membres du Fortune® 500. NetSPI offre des tests de pénétration en tant que service (PTaaS) grâce à sa plateforme de test de pénétration Resolve™ et de gestion des vulnérabilités. Ses experts effectuent des tests de pénétration manuels en profondeur des surfaces d’attaque des applications, des réseaux et des clouds, testant historiquement plus d’un million d’actifs pour trouver 4 millions de failles uniques. NetSPI est basée à Minneapolis, MN et est une société de portefeuille de sociétés de capital-investissement Sunstone Partners, KKR, et Ten Eleven Ventures. Suivez-nous sur  Facebook ,  Twitter et  LinkedIn .

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Cypher Capital, Huobi Ventures, GSR Capital, and LD Capital Invest in $2M Round for Blockchain Gaming Platform ‘MetaOne’

SINGAPORE, June 21, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — MetaOne, the largest SAAS to onboard massive games and guilds onto blockchain gaming, has recently announced the close of its first private round for the development of their platform’s guild analytical tools and transformative smart contract for NFT management.

Cypher Capital, Huobi Ventures, GSR Capital, and LD Capital Invest in $2M Round for Blockchain Gaming Platform 'MetaOne'

Despite the current market situation, the total of $2 million funding raised was supported by entities such as Huobi Ventures, Cypher Capital and GSR Capital, who are passionate about contributing to the Web 3.0 advancement by identifying strategic opportunities to support blockchain projects.

“We are beyond enthusiastic about our new investment, MetaOne, the service platform that enables massive gamer communities,” says Vineet Budki, Managing Partner and CEO of Cypher Capital.

“MetaOne is solving key problems in the current Web 3.0 GameFi market by creating a single platform that attracts Web 2.0 gamers to Web 3.0 GameFi and empowers the gaming guilds to take data-backed decisions. By leveraging on our strong influence in the region, MetaOne is looking to tap into the Middle East market to convert more gamers into GameFi,” Vineet concluded.

With more than 242 guilds, over 72,000 gamers onboarded, 33 GameFi titles partnership in the pipeline and NFT asset management across 7 chains, the platform is eager to work with more partners to realize the vision of GameFi empowerment and to become the mainstream adoption platform from Web2 gaming to Web3 GameFi over the globe.

Furthermore, MetaOne hopes to localize the platform through their relationship in East-Africa as a MOU has been recently signed with East-African partners who are associated with Mpesa and Sports-Pesa. The partnership looks forward to providing a seamless onboarding experience for the gaming communities in the region.

“We are so excited about communicating this vision to all geographical regions and realizing it into real executable plans where guilds, gamers, GameFi studios and the retail investors can see and feel the tangibles.” said Marrtin Hoon, CEO of MetaOne.

They recently partnered with Yup.gg, the leading esports gaming marketing group in Singapore, which owns 6,000 and more KOLs in their ecosystem. To that extent, the partnership is looking to convert ex-twitch KOLs of Yup.gg to become MetaOne guild masters and recruiting their followers as gamers.

The project is expected to have its official platform roll and utility token launch by year 2022.


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La solution de stockage de sauvegarde OceanProtect de Huawei remporte le prix Best of Show au salon Interop Tokyo 2022

SHENZHEN, Chine, 20 juin 2022/PRNewswire/ — Lors de l’Interop Tokyo 2022, la plus grande exposition de TIC au Japon, la solution de stockage de sauvegarde OceanProtect de Huawei a remporté le prix spécial du Best of Show Award dans la catégorie Serveur & Stockage. Il s’agit du premier prix de classe mondiale remporté par le stockage de sauvegarde OceanProtect de Huawei, ce qui démontre son caractère haut de gamme et ses avantages sur la concurrence.

Critique récompensée : Des performances de stockage de sauvegarde inégalées. Avec des vitesses de sauvegarde rapides et des ratios de réduction des données élevés, le système peut révolutionner les applications et les conceptions de systèmes et propulser un nouveau modèle de stockage de sauvegarde dans le futur.

Interop Tokyo est le salon des TIC le plus important et le plus influent du Japon. Chaque année, les meilleures entreprises du secteur des technologies du monde entier présentent leurs solutions de pointe et leurs prouesses techniques, afin de se disputer les critiques positives d’Interop. La solution de stockage de sauvegarde OceanProtect de Huawei a été saluée par les experts en informatique et les critiques grâce à sa solution de pointe et unique, et à une démonstration sur site sans faille.

Le modèle traditionnel Disk-to-Disk-to-Tape (D2D2T) pour la protection des données est confronté à des problèmes tels que la longueur de la fenêtre de sauvegarde et le temps de récupération, tandis que la nouvelle ère du Flash-to-Flash-to-Anything (F2F2X) est en train de redéfinir le modèle, car les solutions de sauvegarde deviennent flash, ce qui libère davantage la valeur des données. Le stockage de sauvegarde OceanProtect de Huawei, en tant que produit de référence intelligent intégralement flash de nouvelle génération, est conçu pour l’ère F2F2X, avec une sauvegarde et une récupération rapides, une réduction efficace et une grande fiabilité.

Les raisons pour lesquelles le stockage de sauvegarde OceanProtect de Huawei a été désigné vainqueur

Le premier avantage est la rapidité de la sauvegarde et de la récupération. En amont, OceanProtect utilise une carte d’interface réseau (NIC) intelligente DTOE pour optimiser les calculs du protocole et libérer les ressources de calcul du processeur, doublant ainsi la bande passante de la matrice par rapport à une carte NIC traditionnelle. En outre, OceanProtect prend en charge les disques SSD haute performance en arrière-plan. La fonction d’accélération complète de bout en bout permet d’atteindre une bande passante de 155 To/heure en sauvegarde et de 172 To/heure en récupération.

En termes de réduction efficace, la déduplication en ligne multicouche à longueur variable, la compression basée sur les caractéristiques et le compactage au niveau de l’octet permettent d’atteindre un taux de réduction des données de 72:1, contribuant à réduire considérablement le coût total de possession.

En outre, la haute fiabilité de 6-nines repose sur l’architecture matérielle de redondance active-active et la technologie RAID-TP, qui peut tolérer trois défaillances de disque et effectuer un basculement en quelques secondes en cas de défaillance d’un seul contrôleur, ce qui permet d’obtenir une disponibilité et une fiabilité élevées.

À l’ère du F2F2X, la protection des données embrasse un nouvel écosystème et de nouveaux défis. Le stockage de sauvegarde OceanProtect de Huawei s’adapte aux modèles de sauvegarde à grande vitesse dans divers secteurs et environnements d’application, fournissant une sauvegarde et une récupération de qualité supérieure pour protéger vos actifs numériques dans le monde de demain.

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Investors Coping With Cryptocurrency Plunge

“I’m in a cryptocurrency chat group at work,” software engineer Adam Hickey of San Diego, California told VOA.

Over the last few days, Hickey said, members of the group have been writing things like, “Bloodbath” and, “Are we still good?”

“It shook me, honestly,” he admitted. “I just had to stop looking at my balance. At one point, months ago, my investment in crypto had tripled. Now I’m down 40%.”

Hickey is far from alone. Serious and casual investors across the United States have seen the value of their investments in the publicly available digital asset known as cryptocurrency shrink dramatically in recent months, with steep plunges recorded in just the last week.

The value of bitcoin, the most popular form of cryptocurrency, has dropped more than 70% since its peak in November of last year, erasing more than 18 months of growth and causing many investors to wonder if this is the bottom, or if the worst is still to come.

“I have to remind myself that when I got into bitcoin in 2017, it was more of something I just kind of hoped would be the next Amazon.com,” Hickey said. Like many others, Hickey dreamed cryptocurrency could be a way to get rich in the long-term, or at least would be a part of his retirement savings.

“I’ve always seen it as a long-term investment. Still, this is the most nervous I’ve been about it,” he said. “You hear people on social media saying this is all a Ponzi scheme. Now I’m having thoughts like maybe those warnings are right – that the people pushing bitcoin so hard are the ones who bought it at the earliest low prices. Of course they want people to buy and drive the value back up. It’s good for them, but is it good for me?”

Getting in

Those skeptical of cryptocurrency point to its lack of regulatory oversight from government as a major reason for concern, making it susceptible to scams and wild price fluctuations.

“I’ve always seen it as a highly speculative investment,” said Marigny deMauriac, a certified financial planner in New Orleans, Louisiana. “This isn’t something any individual should have the majority of their wealth in unless they’re looking to take a significant amount of unnecessary risk.”

“I tell my clients to stay clear of investing any significant portion of their wealth in cryptocurrency, or any other highly speculative investment type,” deMaruiac told VOA. Many of the most ardent cryptocurrency supporters, however, invest precisely because it isn’t tied to governments as traditional currencies are. Digital currency’s demonstrated capacity for meteoric rises is a big part of its appeal.

Steve Ryan, a self-employed poker player living in Las Vegas, Nevada, began investing in digital currency nearly a decade ago. “I’ve been in it for so long, I understand this stuff much better than your average person who only read about it on the internet a year or two ago,” he said.

Ryan invested on the advice of entrepreneurial friends; back when a single bitcoin sold for only a couple of hundred dollars as opposed to the tens of thousands they sell for today.

“Most of my money is in crypto, and I wish I had kept more in there rather than selling some of it,” he told VOA. “Even after this downturn, I’d be a multimillionaire had I kept it all in.”

Losing value

U.S. inflation at 40-year highs has caused the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates, sending jitters throughout financial markets. At the same time, some Americans have lost their appetite for riskier investments.

Many have sold their cryptocurrency holdings and reinvested in safer, more stable assets. At the end of last week, the value of one share of bitcoin dropped below $18,000 from a high late last year of more than $64,000. The total crypto market value dropped from a peak of $3.2 trillion to below $1 trillion.

“I’m definitely worried today,” Ryan said on Saturday as bitcoin reached its lowest point since December 2020.

Still, Ryan maintained he still believes in bitcoin.

“I’m worried because we’ve got a war going on in Europe, huge amounts of inflation, we’re trying to recover from the impacts of a pandemic, and governments might try to regulate bitcoin,” he said. “But I’m not worried about bitcoin itself – I think it’s as solid as ever. That’s how cycles work and this could prove to be one of the best times in history to get into crypto.”

Casual cryptocurrency investors may not be so sure, but many seem willing to hold on to what they have in the hopes of a rebound. “Of course, when it rose to over $60,000, I had big dreams that I could earn enough money to go on a big trip or to make a down payment on a property,” said Joe Frisard, a semi-retired resident of Atlanta, Georgia.

The downturn has lowered Frisard’s ambitions, he acknowledged, but he still planned on hanging on to the cryptocurrency he hadn’t already sold when it was closer to its peak. “I’ve lost a good bit of money in the stock market, too,” he said, “but I’m not looking to dump my stocks. They’re a long-term investment and I see bitcoin in a similar way.”

Weathering the storm

Gordon Henderson, a retired collegiate marching band director from Los Angeles, California, is also not panicking.

“I’m much more concerned about my stocks in my retirement fund than in my relatively small crypto holdings,” he said. Henderson remembers his father, at age 69 in 1987, converting his retirement fund to cash before a recession temporarily decimated the stock market.

“He was pretty proud of his timing,” Henderson recalled, “but in reality, he would have ended up with eight times more money if he had weathered the storm and kept his money in the stock market for another two decades. That’s how I look at cryptocurrency. I’ll hang onto it and maybe it will pay for college for my kids. If not, I was prepared for the loss.”

Colin Ash, an urban planner in New Orleans, Louisiana, has owned bitcoin for years, but said he thinks of it as “a fun gamble.”

“Of course, I wish I would have timed it perfectly and sold it all at the peak,” he said, “but it’s not realistic to think you can ever do that with any kind of investment. I think of it as something separate from the rest of my money. If something comes of it in the long run, then great. If not, at least I already sold some and paid off some debt.”

For Hickey in San Diego, as well as many other investors, the key is to not invest more than you can afford to lose, particularly with an asset as speculative as cryptocurrency.

“Under the current circumstances, with everything falling so far down, I’ve decided to halt my weekly recurring purchase of bitcoin,” he said. “I think I’m done investing for now.”

He paused for a moment, and then said, “Now, that’s kind of hard, because if you want to make money you should buy low and sell high. Bitcoin prices are low, so I’ll probably be back in before you know it.”

Source: Voice of America

Elon Musk’s $44 Billion Twitter Deal Gets Board Endorsement

Twitter’s board has recommended unanimously that shareholders approve the proposed $44 billion sale of the company to billionaire and Tesla CEO Elon Musk, according to a regulatory filing Tuesday.

Musk reiterated his desire to move forward with the acquisition last week during a virtual meeting with Twitter employees, though shares of Twitter remain far below his offering price, signaling considerable doubt that it will happen.

Shares rose about 3% to $38.98 before the opening bell Tuesday, far short of the $54.20 per-share that Musk has offered for each share. The company’s stock last reached that level on April 5 when it offered Musk a seat on the board before he had offered to buy all of Twitter.

In a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission detailing on Tuesday detailing a litter to investors, Twitter’s board of directors said that it “unanimously recommends that you vote (for) the adoption of the merger agreement.” If the deal were to close now, investors in the company would pocket a profit of $15.22 for each share they own.

Source: Voice of America