DocuSign (DOCU) CEO Dan Springer resigns amidst slowdown, and Red Robin (RRGB) CEO sets the stage for transition in this week's exec moves.
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FedEx (FDX) is making some shareholder-friendly moves, including an over 50% dividend hike, adding two independent directors, and a TSR-based executive compensation metric. We applaud the changes, but now the real work begins. Can a new CEO and refreshed board improve margins?
SPAC deals for Moolec (plant-based proteins) and Excelera (med tech). Cannabis SaaS player SpringBig goes up in smoke– shares dropped 47% in their first day of trading. Grove Collaborative gets the green light. And the rest of the day’s news in SPACs.
DWAC shares plunge 28% on news of a second SEC subpoena. Important merger vote for Sir Richard Branson today: VGII / Grove Collaborative. Tomorrow, EJFA / Papaya. And the rest of the day’s news in SPACs.
While COVID-related issues are abating, it’s no secret that many companies are still struggling to find their footing. We take a close-up look at 5 long-tenured CEOs (+ 1 co-CEO) that are facing big negative 3-year returns.
With ExxonMobil shares hitting a new 52-week high and “making more money than God,” according to President Joe Biden, we take a closer look at financials and governance.
DAs for diamond retailer Blue Nile and online travel booking specialist Holisto. BIOT / Blade Therapeutics is terminated. Merger votes this week for VGII / Grove Collaborative and EJFA / Papaya. And the rest of the day’s news in SPACs.
Moroccan agribusiness Forafric (AFRI) debuts. With TCAC / Springbig approved at 96% redemptions, we take a look at redemption trends. Lots of extension votes coming up. And the rest of the day’s news in SPACs.
Therealreal (REAL) founder and CEO departs, and Hippo (HIPO) quickly has a change at CEO highlights this week’s exec moves.
Polestar starts shipping for 65,000 unit Hertz contract. GLAQ delays Forafric vote. Too early for psychedelics as Silver Spike II terminates Eleusis deal. And the rest of the day’s news in SPACs.
Shares of warehouse robot maker Symbotic (SYM) join the high redemption/thin float club, popping 120% on today’s debut. Merger approval for DYNS/ Senti Bio. The usual extensions. And the rest of the day’s news in SPACs.
John Bissell and Rich Riley, Co-CEOs of Origin Materials (ORGN) tell us how bioplastics are ready and able to reduce our reliance on fossil fuels.
We take a look at the day’s news, ESG trends and special situations. WindAcre increases its stake and opposes NSLN takeover bid. Activist Jana Partners brings lessons learned at ConAgra (CAG) to Treehouse Foods (THS). And other notable special situations.
We take a look at the day’s news, ESG trends and special situations. Management shakeup at Faraday Future (FIFE) is an all-too familiar story in the world of EV SPACs. Blackrock to be 75% net-zero aligned by 2030, and Jana closing in (again) at Treehouse Foods (THS).
Boardroom Alpha talks to Steve Croskrey, CEO of Danimer Scientific (DNMR), on why bioplastics technology is ready for takeoff and how the company is moving the world toward a carbon negative future.
Boardroom Alpha talks to Jon Sabes, CEO of FOXO Technologies, which announced a SPAC merger with sponsor Delwinds Insurance Acquisition Corp. (DWIN). Sabes explains how epigenetic biomarkers can change the game for life insurance companies and tell us more about health and wellness than ever before.
This week’s podcast dives into the Internet of Things (IoT) as BoardRoom Alpha talks to Rani Kohen, founder of Sky Technologies (SKYX), which completed its IPO in February.
Boardroom Alpha talks to Innoviz (INVZ) CEO Omer Keilaf on why LiDAR is equal parts trust and tech as the company captures the holy grail: volume commercial production.
Boardroom Alpha sat down with TuSimple (TSP) CFO Pat Dillon to discuss the future of autonomous driving and what makes them special.
We sit down with Neha Palmer. Neha is CEO of Terawatt Infrastructure and a leader in the green community and corporate sustainability movement.
Satellogic CEO Emiliano Kargieman discusses company’s plans for orbit and how they stand out in a newly competitive market.