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Private companies are flooding to special-purpose acquisition companies, or SPACs, to bypass the traditional IPO process and gain a public listing. WSJ explains why some critics say investing in these so-called blank-check companies isn’t worth the risk.
"For Startup Leaders, SPACs Have Lost Their Allure"
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"Airbnb was bleeding cash earlier this year, making its plans to go public by the end of 2020 look bleak. But by adapting its business to the pandemic, Airbnb looks to have salvaged its IPO and possibly its future."
"Tech IPO Bonanza Yields Riches for Venture-Capital Firms"
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"The SEC could ask the judge to increase the $20 million fine Musk has already paid or move to punish the company’s board if they don’t rein him in," said Adam Epstein, a corporate-governance adviser. "But SEC is not likely to ask that Musk be removed from the company altogether, as it initially did last year," he said.
SEC asks judge to hold Tesla’s Elon Musk in contempt, saying he violated settlement deal
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A leading advisor to CEOs of small caps and private ventures on communicating and avoiding cyber fraudsters and restarting your business.
"How Small Businesses Plan for Reopening"
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The financing helped seal the deal for Boxed and illustrates how some companies are dealing with a more jittery SPAC market.
"Boxed, BuzzFeed Debt Deals Show New Financing Option for SPAC Mergers"
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