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Arriving tomorrow

1 December 2020 By Lauren Silva Laughlin

Some firms listing shares via blank check vehicles do so with ambitious projections. That may be partly because an SEC technicality offers legal protection. Public disclosures are sufficient to give investors fair warning. But the advantage over traditional IPOs may not last.

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