With inflation fears weighing on stocks, investors have shifted away from tech, IPOs and SPACs.
Some special-purpose acquisition companies have improperly accounted for warrants sold or given to investors, securities regulators said Monday, stepping up scrutiny of the popular vehicles.
Blank-check companies are a new favorite pastime for current or retired pro athletes, but investors shouldn’t necessarily spring for courtside tickets
Fast-trading, social-media-obsessed investors have driven the special-purpose acquisition company craze. One of the biggest SPAC creators is a staid insurance executive who wants nothing to do with them.
Two digital media publishers are in talks to merge and explore going public via SPAC in a consolidation move in a fragmented market.
Shutterfly Inc. is in talks to go public through a merger with a blank-check company, according to people familiar with the matter, less than two years after Apollo Global Management Inc. took the online-photo-book maker private.
California aerospace startup Archer Aviation Inc. has a multibillion-dollar vision of flying people around town in autonomous electric helicopter-like vehicles. It doesn’t have revenue or a vehicle ready for passengers, but that hasn’t slowed the three-year-old company.
Paul Ryan, the consummate Washington negotiator, is trying his hand at another kind of deal making, jumping into the rush…