Wall Street's holiday party plans — Inside PNC's deal for BBVA's US arm — Perella Weinberg seeks a SPAC
The week of Thanksgiving is always a weird one. In many ways it is a quiet because of the holiday, but that also leaves plenty of room for companies to try and sneak out some news.If you're not yet a subscriber, you can sign up here to get your daily dose of the stories dominating banking, business, and big deals.
The office holiday party will look a bit different this year since not many people are in the actual office.Rebecca Ungarino and Jack Newsham with a really nice look at how
One of the biggest bank deals in recent memory took place last week when PNC announced its planned purchase of BBVA US, the US-based arm of the Spanish lending giant BBVA, for $11.6 billion. Reed Alexander has a great look not only at the deal, but how it shaped up in this digital-only world.
Read the 18-page pitch deck a startup rewarding customers for staying fit used to nab a $5 million seed round79369366
Pitch-deck alert! Here's a fun one from Paceline, a health and wellness platform, that rewards users for staying active. What's more, the CEO has big plans for the startup, including credit cards and insurance products. Read more here.
Here's the 25-slide pitch deck a startup that helps companies like Kroger and Sweetgreen manage deliveriesdelivery-management software company Onfleet. Check out the whole deck here.
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