Shared office-space company is touting fast future growth and high profitability. WeWork, which had one of the most spectacular IPO implosions in recent years, is trying to go public again—and some of the factors that worried regulators on the first deal are back again.
Blank-check companies are a new favorite pastime for current or retired pro athletes, but investors shouldn’t necessarily spring for courtside tickets
BUSINESS WIRE)–WeWork, the leading flexible space provider, and BowX Acquisition Corp. to merge.
Forest Road Acquisition Corp. (the “Company”) announced today the closing of its upsized initial public offering of 30,000,000 units at a price to the public of $10.00 per unit, which includes an exercise of the underwriters’ option to purchase 3,900,000 additional units.
Ten months into 2020, a record $61 billion has been raised in initial public offerings by blank-check firms—but investors may be more discerning from here on.
NBA icon Shaquille O’Neal is taking his talents to the public market, alongside one of Martin Luther King Jr.’s sons…