FTX’s trading arm, Alameda Research, left behind a pile of bills for cloud services, Bloomberg terminals, lawyers—and a tab at a Margaritaville resort in the Bahamas. Amazon Web Services is Alameda’s top creditor, with an unsecured claim of $4.6 million, court filings in FTX’s bankruptcy case revealed on Monday. Other top creditors of Alameda include London-based law firm Herbert Smith...
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Less than a week after telling employees that it would evaluate a public offering over the next year, payments giant Stripe is moving quickly on a deal to raise as much as $3 billion from its existing investors. The talks, which have heated up in recent days, are likely to value the company at between $55 billion and $60 billion, according to one person involved in the potential deal....
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