By John Kahn, Partner, CFGI You may have heard about the massive spike in popularity of SPACs, but have you heard about Zombie SPACs and Blood Baths? Writing this in Atlanta, Georgia, home of “The Walking Dead” TV show, makes it easier to appreciate that a “Zombie SPAC” is a SPAC without enough life left.
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In the past several years, it has been hard to miss the many stories of major businesses, politicians and public figures falling victim to malicious hacking and the release of confidential and sensitive personal or professional data.