With inflation fears weighing on stocks, investors have shifted away from tech, IPOs and SPACs.
Navitas Semiconductor, a GaN power IC provider, is set to go public in a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) deal valued at over $1 billion.
Who says the DVD is dead? Not DVD rental giant Redbox, which believes the discs not only have life to them, but also that they’d make a good investment.
Chamath Palihapitiya’s Social Capital Hedosophia Holdings V (NYSE:IPOE) has been a hot stock of late. Like other celebrity SPAC IPOs, investors have piled into IPOE stock in anticipation of what could turn out to be high-quality merger targets.
Spring Creek has also emerged as a significant player in the SPAC frenzy, investing in more than 250 special purpose acquisition companies sponsored by firms including Apollo Global Management Inc., Fortress Investment Group and TPG.
Yellowstone Acquisition Company announced that the company will restate its 2020 financial statements as filed in its Annual Report on Form 10-K to account for recent changes in accounting for warrants issued by SPACs.
SoftBank Group Corp., the technology dealmaker founded by billionaire Masayoshi Son, is considering listing a special purpose acquisition company in Europe, people with knowledge of the matter said.
A number of well-known U.S. hedge funds bought value stocks and blank-check acquisition companies, selling some winners from the technology-led stock rally as bond yields rose during the first quarter, filings released on Monday showed.
Consumer telehealth and wellness brand Hims & Hers came out on top of its projections for the first quarter of 2021, according to its financial results report released today.
Ginkgo Bioworks isn’t letting any grass grow under its feet. Just a week after inking a $2.5 billion pact to go public via the special purpose acquisition company Soaring Eagle Acquisition Corp. (SRNG, Financial), the Boston-based company is expanding overseas.
Ellenoff Grossman & Schole Managing Partner Douglas Ellenoff; Nasdaq Global Head of SPAC Listings Eklavya Saraf join Jill Malandrino on #TradeTalks to discuss recent SEC accounting guidance related to SPACs and how the industry is reacting.
Currently, there are 28 new SPACs hitting the market on a weekly basis, according to Seeking Alpha. There have been hundreds of them created in just the last few years, and a bevy of those have expressed at least some interest in health care, according to Mark Kulik, the managing director of M&A advisory firm The Braff Group.
Self-driving truck software startup Plus is reportedly in talks to merge with the same investor group that brought public electric vehicle startup Canoo Inc.
At the Berkshire Hathaway annual meeting this weekend, Warren Buffett (Trades, Portfolio) explained how growing competition among SPAC funds for deals would lead to the industry’s demise.
The week kicked off with a large SPAC deal announced on Sunday, bringing a new global sports betting and online casino company public.
German stock market operator Deutsche Boerse DB1Gn.DE expects up to 12 listings of blank-cheque firms in Frankfurt in 2021, executive Peter Fricke told German business daily Handelsblatt.