Category: Mergers & Acquisitions

The Next Big Electric Vehicle For General Motors Coming Soon For Affordability For Customers

By Chris Katje The all-electric Chevrolet Blazer EV is on display at the 2022 Los Angeles Car Show on November 18, 2022, in Los Angeles, California. General Motors is expected to have high competition in the EV market in 2024. JOSH LEFKOWITZ/BENZINGA One of the leading traditional automakers is working to transition to electric vehicles

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FuboTV Stock At Its Highest Since The COVID-19 Market Crash In A Thriving Streaming Service

By Wayne Duggan In this photo illustration, FuboTV logo seen displayed on a smartphone screen. Its platform, fuboTV, allows customers to access content through streaming devices and on SmartTVs, mobile phones, tablets, and computers. PAVLO GONCHAR/BENZINGA Investors who bought stocks during the COVID-19 market crash in 2020 have generally experienced some big gains in the

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Anthony Scaramucci Invests In Former FTX US CEO’s New Company Showing New Interest In Crypto

By Bibhu Pattnaik Anthony Scaramucci attends the 2022 Forbes Iconoclast Summit at New York Historical Society on November 03, 2022, in New York City. Scaramucci had been reluctant to refer to Bankman-Fried’s dealings within FTX as fraud. ARTURO HOLMES/BENZINGA Skybridge Capital founder Anthony Scaramucci, who was among the featured speakers at the Future Of Crypto event, said

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Could Netflix Lose ‘Wednesday’ To A Streaming Rival? Here’s How It Could Happen

By Chris Katje (L-R) Gwendoline Christie, Jenna Ortega, Catherine Zeta-Jones and Christina Ricci attend the world premiere of Netflix’s “Wednesday” at Hollywood Legion Theater on November 16, 2022 in Los Angeles, California.While Netflix has seen hit shows come and go, either with the show coming to a conclusion or the show being canceled. MICHAEL TULLBERG/BENZINGA The

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EXCLUSIVE: ‘Scrape The Place Clean’ — ‘Shark Tank’ Investors Weigh In On Elon Musk’s Twitter Purchase

By AJ Fabino We know the world’s richest man, Elon Musk, recently closed a highly contentious deal: the $44-billion acquisition of micro-blogging platform Twitter, said Shark Tank investors. On set, the venture capitalists take pitches from startups and determine whether the business is investable, and act accordingly. A reporter asked the Sharks (more specifically, Kevin O’Leary and Mark Cuban)

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