Electronics manufacturing is a huge sector, but it’s also fragmented, particularly at the early stages of a new product’s lifecycle.
Carbon capture technology has long been talked about, and it is finally in operation with LanzaTech among the pioneers. Its plants are turning potential emissions into clothing, household goods and sustainable fuels. ...READ MORE
It has been a bumpy year for crypto, but what if there was a way to invest in the space while dodging the volatility?
Anzu Special Acquisition Corp. I (Nasdaq: ANZU) filed their definitive proxy on Friday for their extension vote to be held on February 9th. What remained in the definitive proxy was their ability to remove earned interest from the trust account to pay for any excise tax due to redemptions. ...READ MORE
Armada Acquisition Corp. I (Nasdaq: AACI) filed a supplement to its extension proxy yesterday with some language that was sure to raise a few eyebrows in the SPAC investor community. Namely, that it wants the ability to remove earned interest from the trust account to pay for any excise tax due to redemptions. ...READ MORE
Small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) are hard to market to and are routinely under-banked, so how can financial services firms reach them?
This morning the treasury department finally issued guidance around the issue of share buybacks, which has been haunting the capital markets since August when the 1% excise tax was first introduced. ...READ MORE
What is your life insurance policy worth while you’re still living? This week, we speak with Abacus Life President and CEO Jay Jackson who may just want to buy yours.
Abacus Life has made a business of buying consumer life insurance policies for upfront payments and holding them until maturity. ...READ MORE
Considerations for Creating Shareholder Value in a Volatile Market
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The current trends of rising interest rates and inflationary cost increases, among other things, have imposed downward pressures on publicly traded equity prices, especially for businesses that became publicly traded via a de-SPAC merger. ...READ MORE
SPACs and the use of projections have gotten a fair amount of attention this year from both the media and the SEC. And the pending SEC SPAC Rule could have an additional effect on how bankers and SPAC teams handle projections in the future. ...READ MORE
Is it possible to do to the car rental industry what Airbnb has done for travel accommodation? That is Getaround’s thesis as it runs a marketplace where people can rent out their personal cars for short trips, and it announced a $900 million combination agreement with Interprivate II Acquisition Corp. ...READ MORE
The market is down, but so are valuations for private companies looking at their strategic options. There are now bargains to be had for recent de-SPACs looking to execute a post-listing roll-up strategy, according to FiscalNote Chairman, CEO and co-founder Tim Hwang. ...READ MORE
People are traveling again, but not many hotel chains focused on Millennial and Gen Z customers have achieved a global scale.
This week we speak with Jay Chandan, Chairman and CEO of Gorilla Technology, and Raj Natarajan, its Chief Innovation Officer.
We all know you can make alternative meats out of plants, but what about growing meat from plants? This week, we speak with Gastón Paladini, Co-founder and CEO of Moolec Science, which announced a $504 million dollar combination with LightJump Acquisition Corp. ...READ MORE
An In-Depth Look at SPAC Activity Throughout the Third Quarter and Year-to-Date
Below is a summary of SPAC performance in 2022 year-to-date.
Now that the third quarter of 2022 has come to a close, we take a look back at year-to-date activity. ...READ MORE