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Helicopter-taxi firm Blade Air Mobility’s use of a fake PR representative is about more than an image problem. Since it has gone public via a SPAC, this is troubling behavior for a startup wanting shareholders to take it seriously, @TheRealLSL says. https://t.co/VoF1GHImAN https://t.co/ggZlEiOqAc

Helicopter-taxi firm Blade Air Mobility’s use of a fake PR representative is about more than an image problem. Since it has gone public via a SPAC, this is troubling behavior for a startup wanting shareholders to take it seriously, @TheRealLSL says. https://t.co/VoF1GHImAN https://t.co/ggZlEiOqAc

Barry Diller’s IAC has created 11 public companies worth some $100 billion for investors in 25 years but trades at a near-25% discount to its parts. Given its performance, investors should give the conglomerate a bit more credit, says @jennifersaba. https://t.co/ahByKd6K6P https://t.co/XnMJGsKywl

Barry Diller’s IAC has created 11 public companies worth some $100 billion for investors in 25 years but trades at a near-25% discount to its parts. Given its performance, investors should give the conglomerate a bit more credit, says @jennifersaba. https://t.co/ahByKd6K6P https://t.co/XnMJGsKywl

Watch: Buyout firm Clayton, Dubilier & Rice can afford to spend more in its pursuit of UK supermarket Morrisons, says @aimeedonnellan https://t.co/EEHfMnBZHr https://t.co/1ZOHHDoS0k

Watch: Buyout firm Clayton, Dubilier & Rice can afford to spend more in its pursuit of UK supermarket Morrisons, says @aimeedonnellan https://t.co/EEHfMnBZHr https://t.co/1ZOHHDoS0k

Brussels is raising the price of bolstering Belarus, writes @dasha_reuters https://t.co/PBGpIS8MrR https://t.co/FBmVGDeBsU

Brussels is raising the price of bolstering Belarus, writes @dasha_reuters https://t.co/PBGpIS8MrR https://t.co/FBmVGDeBsU

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From @Breakingviews: Morrisons has rejected Clayton, Dubilier & Rice’s 5.5 billion pound bid. Given that a financial buyer should be able to make a decent return without much extra heavy lifting, it can justify a bigger trolley, writes @aimeedonnellan https://t.co/6SHNshW2Y6

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Goldman Sachs’ extension of its transatlantic tentacles to the UK via its transaction banking business entails small steps but with big ambitions, says @johnsfoley. https://t.co/GIoJKpaGR0 https://t.co/j5m2P0cO1s

Goldman Sachs’ extension of its transatlantic tentacles to the UK via its transaction banking business entails small steps but with big ambitions, says @johnsfoley. https://t.co/GIoJKpaGR0 https://t.co/j5m2P0cO1s

Facebook throws more spaghetti at the wall, with its Clubhouse copycat, dubbed Live Audio Rooms, part of its constant quest for ad revenue, writes @GinaChon. https://t.co/XEwMXBQrAK https://t.co/MNTNdtEmnV

Facebook throws more spaghetti at the wall, with its Clubhouse copycat, dubbed Live Audio Rooms, part of its constant quest for ad revenue, writes @GinaChon. https://t.co/XEwMXBQrAK https://t.co/MNTNdtEmnV

Barry Diller’s IAC leads the spinoff sweepstakes, writes @jennifersaba. https://t.co/ahByKd6K6P https://t.co/chs0caQwa5

Barry Diller’s IAC leads the spinoff sweepstakes, writes @jennifersaba. https://t.co/ahByKd6K6P https://t.co/chs0caQwa5

Watch: UK supermarket Morrisons rejected an $8 billion bid from Clayton, Dubilier & Rice. A 30% premium looks juicy, but the private equity firm can afford to spend more, says @aimeedonnellan https://t.co/EEHfMnBZHr https://t.co/R9XpmXumFa

Watch: UK supermarket Morrisons rejected an $8 billion bid from Clayton, Dubilier & Rice. A 30% premium looks juicy, but the private equity firm can afford to spend more, says @aimeedonnellan https://t.co/EEHfMnBZHr https://t.co/R9XpmXumFa

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From @Breakingviews: An Australia-China spat is spotlighting the World Trade Organization’s limits, writes @petesweeneypro https://t.co/840J9qQaHD

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CNH pays hefty price for driverless tractor ride https://t.co/IJYERUPcA4 @LJucca https://t.co/s45M1tLy7W

CNH pays hefty price for driverless tractor ride https://t.co/IJYERUPcA4 @LJucca https://t.co/s45M1tLy7W

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From @Breakingviews: Ireland’s Kerry Group is buying preservative maker Niacet for 853 million euros. The deal helps Kerry in its transition towards ingredients, but seller SK Capital may have been able to eke out a higher price, writes @dasha_reuters https://t.co/UXAgpPgKCZ

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From @Breakingviews: UK supermarket Morrisons has rejected an $8 billion bid from Clayton, Dubilier & Rice. A 30% premium looks juicy, but the private equity firm can afford to spend more, writes @aimeedonnellan https://t.co/stcySuPuvV

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UK supermarket Morrisons has rejected Clayton, Dubilier & Rice’s 5.5 billion pound bid. Given that a financial buyer should be able to make a decent return without much extra heavy lifting, it can justify a bigger trolley, writes @aimeedonnellan https://t.co/HMaDp8u21p https://t.co/IQMVl7R9eu

UK supermarket Morrisons has rejected Clayton, Dubilier & Rice’s 5.5 billion pound bid. Given that a financial buyer should be able to make a decent return without much extra heavy lifting, it can justify a bigger trolley, writes @aimeedonnellan https://t.co/HMaDp8u21p https://t.co/IQMVl7R9eu

Malaysia’s telecom M&A is ringing a slightly better tone, writes @ugalani https://t.co/yLEZR4Kx8N https://t.co/4dnUu64UmU

Malaysia’s telecom M&A is ringing a slightly better tone, writes @ugalani https://t.co/yLEZR4Kx8N https://t.co/4dnUu64UmU

Western investors’ hesitancy over Iran just went up a notch, writes @gfhay https://t.co/J0DUxhpn9g https://t.co/vPu74JnWZZ

Western investors’ hesitancy over Iran just went up a notch, writes @gfhay https://t.co/J0DUxhpn9g https://t.co/vPu74JnWZZ

Malaysia’s $11 bln telco deal rings a softer tone https://t.co/yLEZR4Kx8N @ugalani https://t.co/c8GoJ3k0i7

Malaysia’s $11 bln telco deal rings a softer tone https://t.co/yLEZR4Kx8N @ugalani https://t.co/c8GoJ3k0i7

UK supermarket Morrisons has rejected an $8 billion bid from Clayton, Dubilier & Rice. A 30% premium looks juicy, but the private equity firm can afford to spend more, writes @aimeedonnellan https://t.co/HMaDp8u21p https://t.co/FXCWJe6HHM

UK supermarket Morrisons has rejected an $8 billion bid from Clayton, Dubilier & Rice. A 30% premium looks juicy, but the private equity firm can afford to spend more, writes @aimeedonnellan https://t.co/HMaDp8u21p https://t.co/FXCWJe6HHM

Ireland’s Kerry Group is buying preservative maker Niacet for 853 million euros. The deal helps Kerry in its transition towards ingredients, but seller SK Capital may have been able to eke out a higher price, writes @dasha_reuters https://t.co/EdkoAHDWeq https://t.co/dHThShSm4g

Ireland’s Kerry Group is buying preservative maker Niacet for 853 million euros. The deal helps Kerry in its transition towards ingredients, but seller SK Capital may have been able to eke out a higher price, writes @dasha_reuters https://t.co/EdkoAHDWeq https://t.co/dHThShSm4g

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