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Murder on the City Express – Who is Killing the London Stock Exchange’s Equity Market?

Harvard Corporate Governance

peers on at least one significant measure – the market capitalization to Gross Domestic Product (“GDP”) ratio. exchanges have seen a consistent rise in the aggregate market capitalization to GDP ratio since at least 2017, the equivalent metric for the U.K. As we underscored in a previous paper , while the U.S.

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The Venture Corporation

Harvard Corporate Governance

Firms that launched as venture-backed startups dominate US capital markets in terms of market capitalization and proportional weight of leading market indexes, and significantly contribute to US job creation. In some nations, startups are also significant contributors to the economy.

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Discretionary Investing by ‘Passive’ S&P 500 Funds

Harvard Corporate Governance

These deviations amount to over $60 billion in discretionary investment decisions, roughly equivalent to Target Corporation’s entire market capitalization. We analyze funds that track the S&P 500 – the most widely used index – and find their holdings regularly diverge from the index’s, by between 1.7% more…)

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Tornetta v. Musk: Post-Trial Opinion

Harvard Corporate Governance

For a tranche to vest, Tesla’s market capitalization must increase by $50 billion and Tesla must achieve either an adjusted EBITDA target or a revenue target in four consecutive fiscal quarters. With a $55.8 billion maximum value and $2.6

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Navigating SPAC Market Challenges For Microcap Issuers

Law 360 M&A

For microcap issuers, the special-purpose acquisition vehicle market tells a cautionary tale in which few targets attain the advantages they seek, and important considerations for companies with market capitalization of under $300 million include negotiating costs and expenses upfront to avoid becoming saddled with debt, say attorneys at Lucosky Brookman. (..)

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Masimo Hit With Derivative Suit Over Audio Co. Acquisition

Law 360 M&A

billion market capitalization loss. The top brass at medical device company Masimo Corp. has been hit with a shareholder derivative action claiming they harmed the company and "confused" investors by pushing through a $1 billion acquisition of an audio equipment company, allegedly causing a steep drop in stock prices and a $5.1

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The Credit Suisse Collapse and the Regulation of Banking

Harvard Corporate Governance

Four days later, however, with CS facing significant withdrawals, SNB chose not to provide additional liquidity but instead forced CS to sell itself on Sunday March 19 to UBS for less than half of the market capitalization CS had just several days ago.

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