- Pershing Square Tontine is looking at employee-owned and family-controlled businesses as potential targets for a merger, Bill Ackman said in an interview with investor Whitney Tilson.
- The billionaire investor previously indicated his special-purpose acquisition company, or SPAC, was eyeing “mature unicorns” and “high-quality, venture-backed businesses” as takeover targets.
- Ackman added that he limited the size of his blank-check firm to avoid shrinking the pool of merger candidates.
- The SPAC aims to take a minority stake in a company worth between $10 billion to $15 billion, the billionaire investor said.
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The family of a Florence couple found dead in their home in 2011 is offering a $50,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of their killer.
The Boone County Sheriff’s Office said in a press release today that an interview Det. Coy Cox did in July for a true-crime podcast about the deaths of Bill and Peggy Stephenson, both 74, is generating new interest in the unsolved homicide case.
“Shortly after the podcast aired, detectives began receiving tips that are now being