Sea Mining Biz Seeks $220M From Would-Be SPAC Investors

By McCord Pagan (September 14, 2021, 4:15 PM EDT) -- The Metals Co., a business that plans to mine the seafloor for metals used in electric vehicle batteries, is suing two would-be investors in New York federal court for a combined $220 million for allegedly shirking contracts to invest in the company as part of its go-public deal....

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