Thrasio, an aggregator of Amazon third-party sellers, has delayed plans to merge with a special purpose acquisition company after complications with its financial audits and after top senior executives left the company, according to a report in CNBC. The company was valued by investors at $3 billion earlier this year and was reported by Bloomberg to be pursuing a public listing via a reverse...
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