Regular readers know that I have been documenting on this blog the recent rise in securities class action lawsuit filings relating to SPAC entities and transactions (most recently here).
Future Ventures — cofounded by venture capitalist Steve Jurvetson and Maryanna Saenko, a colleague of Jurvetson at his last firm, DFJ, as well as an investor previously with Airbus Ventures and Khosla Ventures — has closed its second fund with $200 million in capital commitments, say the pair.
Churchill Capital Corp V, the fifth blank check company founded by dealmaker and former Citi executive Michael Klein, raised $450 million by offering 45 million units at $10.
A blank-check company backed by former Citigroup Inc. rainmaker Michael Klein is among the parties interested in buying a stake in AT&T Inc.’s DirecTV satellite-television business, according to people with knowledge of the matter.
Churchill Capital Corp V CCV_u.N, a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) backed by former Citigroup banker Michael Klein, upsized its initial public offering to $400 million on Thursday.
Shark Tank investor Kevin O’Leary shared his SPAC-picking strategy during CNBC’s Halftime Report on Tuesday.
SPACs used to be a small segment of the market, but elite law firms have flocked to the sector in…