Novus Capital Corp. II announced in September it would merge with Energy Vault in a deal that would take the 4-year-old company public. The transaction gives Energy Vault an immediate cash infusion of $355 million.
Cummins to spin off filtration business into separate public company
Columbus-based Cummins has confidentially filed paperwork with the Securities and Exchange Commission for an initial public offering for its filtration business. Cummins announced last summer that it was looking at “strategic alternatives” for the business.Read More
Allison Transmission to invest $42M in Chinese company’s public offering
Indianapolis-based Allison, which recently formed a partnership with Beijing-based Jing-Jin Electric, announced Wednesday that it will participate in Jing-Jin’s upcoming initial public offering.Read More
Tech exec Bostic seeks $200M to buy lucrative health tech disruptors
Bradley Bostic is aiming to raise the funds through a new “blank check company,” called Future Health ESG, that will hold its initial public offering in coming weeks.Read More
Simon Property seeks to raise $300M with blank check company filing
Simon Property Chairman and CEO David Simon will serve as chairman of the special purpose acquisition company. His 33-year-old son, Eli Simon, senior vice president of corporate investments at Simon Property, will be its CEO.Read More
Andretti Acquisition Corp. is a special purpose acquisition company, often referred to as a SPAC or blank-check company, that “seeks to focus on opportunities that can benefit from the iconic Andretti brand name.”
A blank-check company, or SPAC, plans to close early next year on a merger with California-based Energy Vault that will take the company public and give it a cash infusion of $388 million.
Indianapolis-based Simon Property Group Inc. is among Authentic Brands Group’s largest shareholders.
Apria Inc., one of the nation’s largest providers of home health equipment and services, began listing shares Thursday morning on the Nasdaq exchange.
A nontraditional way to take companies public is booming on Wall Street, leading to an unprecedented explosion of deals.
AppHarvest—an indoor farming company backed by Indianapolis-based Novus Capital Corp. and celebrity Martha Stewart—thinks the agriculture sector is ripe for disruption. And now, its tomatoes are ripe for eating.
It’s the third time Petco has gone public since it was founded in 1965 as a mail-order veterinary supplies business. Both times Petco was bought and taken private, most recently in 2006.
Novus Capital Corp II, a SPAC targeting businesses enabling smart technology evolution, filed Wednesday with the Securities and Exchange Commission to raise up to $250 million in an initial public offering.
Wall Street has rolled out the welcome mat for companies going public this year, boosting proceeds from initial public offerings to the highest level in six years.
Initial Public Offering advisers are expecting to see a record amount of listing activity during the period between the U.S. Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays.
Novus Capital Corp. formed last month and is seeking to acquire companies “that are at the forefront of high technology.”
Lyft’s IPO raised more than $2 billion to use in its heated competition with Uber to woo riders. Uber is expected to make an even bigger splash when it completes its IPO later this year.
The Eli Lilly and Co.-owned animal medicine maker’s shares rose to $36 each at closing Thursday, up from their $24 offering price.
Greenfield-based Elanco Animal Health Inc. raised more than expected in its initial public offering, pricing its shares above the marketed price range.
The Greenfield-based animal health unit is gearing up for independence after 65 years as part of drugmaker Eli Lilly and Co. But Elanco has been struggling, and top management will have to work hard to stabilize the operation.
While some business leaders have groaned about the rigors associated with having to disclose financial figures four times a year, the SEC has been reticent to make any changes.