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Why Startups Are Turning to SPACs In Order to Go Public

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.

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Why Startups Are Turning to SPACs In Order to Go Public

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