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Two companies seeking to shake up the automotive industry after recently going public have brought on a pair of in-house law department leaders.
Hyliion Holdings Corp., a startup electric truck maker that began trading in October after merging with a special purpose acquisition vehicle, announced Monday its hire of Jose Oxholm-Uribe as general counsel and chief compliance officer.
This year’s stock market boom has coincided with a boom in new listings.
Electric vehicle maker Fisker Inc announced Thursday it has completed a reverse merger with the blank check company Spartan Energy Acquisition Corp SPAQ 0.11%.
Fisker will make its public debut on Wednesday in a so-called SPAC reverse merger with Spartan Energy Acquisition that will net it more than $1 billion in cash
Mark Locke sees the U.S. as an emerging growth market for sports betting.
Three blank-check companies backed by venture investor Chamath Palihapitiya have raised a total of $2.1 billion through initial public offerings, the companies said in separate statements on Thursday.
Churchill Capital Corp III (“Churchill III”) (NYSE: CCXX), a public investment vehicle, announced that in a special meeting held today, its stockholders voted to approve its combination with Polaris Parent Corp., the parent of MultiPlan, Inc. (“MultiPlan”), a leading value-added provider of data analytics and technology-enabled end-to-end cost management solutions to the U.S. healthcare industry, and related matters.
Gary Cohn, the former economic adviser to U.S. President Donald Trump, raised $720 million on Tuesday in an initial public offering (IPO) for a new blank-check acquisition company, 20% more than originally planned, according to a person familiar with the matter.
Skillz is going public this fall on the New York Stock Exchange through a special public acquisition company (SPAC). This has become a popular way for fast-moving companies to go public without all the hassle of a traditional IPO. SPACs are set up by managers who raise money in a blind shell company, and the investors don’t know what they’re putting their money into.
Utz CEO Dylan Lissette joins “Squawk Box” to discuss the company’s decision to go public through a SPAC after nearly 100 years as a private company.