Nikola, the beleaguered electric truck developer, is at risk of being delisted from Nasdaq, the company disclosed Thursday in a regulatory filing. Nikola said it received May 24 a delisting notice from the public exchange because its share price has been below $1 for the past 30 days. The company has until November 20, to […]
Electric truck maker Nikola at risk of being delisted from Nasdaq by Kirsten Korosec originally published on TechCrunch
Trevor Milton, the founder and former CEO of electric truck maker Nikola, is standing trial on federal charges of fraud.
Trevor Milton, ex-CEO of electric truck maker Nikola, begins fraud trial by Rebecca Bellan originally published on TechCrunch
Two EV manufacturers are seeking cash infusions this week to bring their delayed vehicles to market. Nikola, a Phoenix-based electric truck maker, said in a securities filing Tuesday that it plans to raise funds through a $400 million stock offering. Luxury EV company Lucid filed a day prior for the right to issue up to […]
Electric truck maker Nikola announced Wednesday that President Michael Lohscheller will become CEO on January 1. Lohscheller, who will replace CEO Mark Russell upon his retirement, has joined the Nikola Board of Directors, effective immediately. He served as CEO of Opel and VinFast, as well as CFO at Volkswagen Group of America and Mitsubishi Motors […]
Troubled electric truck maker Nikola adjourned its annual meeting to July 18, giving the company time to lobby shareholders to pass a money-raising measure to issue more shares of common stock. Nikola said the proposal is crucial to support the growth of the business. The company has been slowed in bringing its Tre semi truck […]
It’s been a bumpy road for the electric vehicle startups that rushed to go public over the past two years by merging with a publicly traded shell company. Now, the SEC’s broadest attempt to crackdown on these so-called reverse mergers could put a few speed bumps on the road to becoming — and maintaining — […]
The deal comes at a time when companies that took the SPAC route are facing increasing regulatory scrutiny in the U.S.
If 2020 and 2021 were the years of the SPAC, 2022 is shaping up to be the year of the reprimand.
The blank-check boom that made real many electric vehicle manufacturers’ dreams of going public may be nearing a close.