Why Startups Are Turning to SPACs In Order to Go Public

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Tech companies are eschewing traditional paths to the public market, electing to exit through a direct listing or what's known as a special-purpose acquisition vehicle, or SPAC. With the latter, so-called "blank check companies" raise funds through an IPO for use in acquiring startups to help them go public. Read on about why it's become a popular choice for tech firms in 2020, what it means for business and who's taken advantage of SPACs so far.

Why Startups Are Turning to SPACs In Order to Go Public

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