The week kicked off with a large SPAC deal announced on Sunday, bringing a new global sports betting and online casino company public.
A leading telecommunications retail partner for large companies is going public with plans to bring the experience to customer’s homes.
AutoLotto, Inc (Lottery.com) is set to go public via special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) with Trident Acquisitions Corp TDAC 9.2%. The two companies entered into a definitive agreement for a merger on Feb. 22.
It was a slow week for the SPAC market, with three deal announcements and only a couple rumored deals. There also were no new SPAC offerings during the week — unusual for a market segment that has been so hot over the last year. Benzinga’s “SPACs Attack” covered the deals and news of the week.
The carbon-negative materials company Origin Materials is set to go public via the special purpose acquisition company Artius Acquisition Inc AACQ 1.18% in a $1.8-billion deal.
On “SPACs Attack,” the latest SPAC mergers, rumors and headline news is broken down Monday through Friday.
Latch is an enterprise SaaS provider to buildings and residents with the aim of making spaces better places to live, work and visit.
Two digital media publishers are in talks to merge and explore going public via SPAC in a consolidation move in a fragmented market.
Rover CEO Aaron Easterly joined Benzinga CEO Jason Raznick on the “Power Hour” YouTube show for an exclusive interview to discuss why the company is going public and what’s next.
Evolv Technology is a provider of an artificial intelligence-enabled touchless screening system that replaces traditional metal detectors.
It was another busy week for the SPAC market with numerous deal announcements and rumored deals. Benzinga’s “SPACs Attack” covered the deals and news of the week.
A company that uses artificial intelligence and data science to keep visitors safe with touchless screening is going public in a SPAC deal announced Monday.
New SEC Chairman Gary Gensler said his enforcement agenda will include heightened scrutiny of SPACs, fintech and cryptocurrency, according to Fox Business.
SPACs were one of the hottest investment stories of 2020 and look to continue that momentum into 2021. Here are 10 SPACs and former SPACs that could outperform for investors in 2021.
Interview with James H. Litinsky is the Founder, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer of MP Materials (NYSE: MP) Benzinga’s SPACs Attack.
In 2020, most of the investments that were made in the cannabis space came from SPACs, or special purpose acquisition companies, Benzinga’s Javier Hasse said on this week’s BZ Cannabis Hour.