DocuSign (DOCU) CEO Dan Springer resigns amidst slowdown, and Red Robin (RRGB) CEO sets the stage for transition in this week’s exec moves.
GGPI shareholders go to vote on the latest EV SPAC deal. Warrant prices remain at their lows with no end in site. Plus the days’s biggest movers.
FedEx (FDX) appoints new directors in conjunction with D.E. Shaw, and cbdMD (YBCD) CEO, accused of fraud, resigns.
Therealreal (REAL) founder and CEO departs, and Hippo (HIPO) quickly has a change at CEO highlights this week’s exec moves.
Sheryl Sandberg stepping down as COO of Meta Platforms stole the spotlight. But, there was still a lot of movement as the markets moved into June.
In a market where timing is everything, Polestar can’t seem to catch a break. Ahead of the long-awaited GGPI / Polestar merger vote on June 22nd, Elon Musk signals a hiring freeze and staff cuts– fueling concerns around China deliveries.
Razor-thin approvals: For Amazon shareholders, the conversation around pay, labor, and environment isn’t over
Narrow approval for Amazon’s compensation package, coupled with razor-thin approvals on environmental and worker safety proposals reveal a growing undercurrent of shareholder opposition. Momentum is building, which means for shareholders, this conversation is far from over.
Inflation, rising interest rates, and reduced corporate earnings across the board have led to persistent market gyrations which prove its too early for bottom fishing. The stampede out of deSPACs now makes it ‘deal-or-die’ time for those without targets.
Twitter (TWTR) drama has Durban staying, new CEO at Frontdoor (FTDR), and a CFO transition at WeWork (WE) highlight this week’s exec moves.
The world is a scarier place, which should be good for Palantir. But, with the controversial intelligence and analytics company having just reported its lowest revenue growth ever, we take a closer look at fundamentals and governance.
A suspended corporate buyback amidst Schultz’s personal buying spree, a unionization bruising: Starbucks is still struggling to send the right message to shareholders.
A surprising CEO transition at Under Armour (UAA) and an abrupt CFO resignation at Wheels Up (UP) highlight this week’s exec moves.
With Elliott pushing storage supplier Western Digital to divest its Flash business, we take a closer look at financial performance and governance.
The market is a mess right now. A hawkish Fed and even more cautious SEC are slowing deals….but may raise the bar for more quality SPACs down the line.
Can Loan Depot’s new CEO bring the home lender back to life? Frank Martell will need to figure out how to grow in a cooling, competitive market.
With NFLX nearing a 4-year low, we take a close look at executive and board leadership, including equity ownership and trading activity. Bottom line: we’d like to see more action.
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.
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.
Citigroup (C) pauses underwriting new SPAC IPOs amidst the potential for incremental legal risks. Regulatory scrutiny and monetary tightening are likely to mean more pain for the stock market– including IPOs.
Chipping away at an entrenched board, Engaged Capital looks to be following a similar playbook that culminated in a successful buyout of Rent-A-Center in 2018.
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.
As Pre-IPO marketplace Forge Global (FRGE) deSPACs we look at the deal and whether it is a buy. Is this yet another win for Peter Thiel?
Kevin Johnson steps down as SBUX CEO, with Schultz returning on an interim basis once again.
SPAC financing has gotten increasingly more creative as the once hot PIPE market is very cold.
The SPAC market is a wreck, but if February taught investors anything, it’s that good fundamental stories can still prevail.
Polestar CEO Thomas Ingenlath isn’t here for a ‘short, quick win.’ He’s building a premium electric brand that’s nothing like its competitors. Or its parent, Volvo.
Alta Fox Capital Management wants to make some changes at toymaker Hasbro (HAS). The activist investor now owns a 2.5% stake in the company.
Blair LaCorte, CEO of AEye (NASDAQ:LIDR), provides his take on Autonomous Driving, why a lidar shakeout is coming, and what the carmakers really want.
January saw the SPAC market fall quickly alongside the broader market as a revolt against “spec tech” and overall sentiment drove it lower.