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Why the Biggest SPAC Ever Is Faltering

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Famed activist investor William Ackman raised $4 billion for a blank-check company last year, enough to merge with a big, proven start-up. But he still hasn’t found a company to buy, and is now suggesting he might return all of his investors’ money. WSJ’s Cara Lombardo tells us why Ackman is falling short.

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The Jesse Kelly Show ft. James T Harris

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Shortcuts Result in Setbacks! (Hour 2)