Aurora Acquisition Corp. (AURC)

NASDAQ: AURC · IEX Real-Time Price · USD
0.00 (0.00%)
Jul 6, 2022 12:00 AM EDT - Market open
Market Cap 340.55M
Revenue (ttm) n/a
Net Income (ttm) -2.29M
Shares Out 34.75M
EPS (ttm) -0.06
PE Ratio n/a
Forward PE n/a
Dividend n/a
Ex-Dividend Date n/a
Volume n/a
Open 9.80
Previous Close 9.80
Day's Range 9.80 - 9.80
52-Week Range 9.78 - 10.55
Beta n/a
Analysts n/a
Price Target n/a
Earnings Date Aug 10, 2022

About AURC

Aurora Acquisition Corp. does not have significant operations. It intends to effect a merger, share exchange, asset acquisition, share purchase, reorganization, or similar business combination with one or more businesses. The company was incorporated in 2020 and is based in London, the United Kingdom. [Read more...]

Industry Blank Check / SPAC
IPO Date Mar 4, 2021
Employees 3
Stock Exchange NASDAQ
Ticker Symbol AURC
Full Company Profile


The CEO who fired 900 people over Zoom is accused of misleading investors

Vishal Garg, the CEO who fired 900 employees over Zoom just before Christmas, has been sued by a former executive for allegedly misleading investors.

Former exec alleges company misled investors ahead of SPAC

One of's former executives has filed a lawsuit against the online mortgage lender, alleging that the company and its CEO Vishal Garg misled investors when it attempted to go public via a SPAC...

Encore: Recognizing ‘legacy debt' is key to better funding of public pensions

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“We probably pissed away $200 million,” CEO told employees in layoffs meeting

When CEO Vishal Garg laid off 900 employees, or about 9% of the company's staff, in early December, the startup world was shocked with his callous delivery. Now a video of Garg and CFO Kevin ... is reportedly set to lay off 4,000 more workers this week

The online mortgage startup is reportedly planning to fire about 4,000 workers — half its remaining staff — just months after laying off 900 workers. plans to lay off about 4,000 people this week, sources say

Online mortgage lender is poised to lay off roughly 50% of its staff of about 8,000 this week, according to sources familiar with internal happenings at the company. TechCrunch first reported... CEO who fired employees over Zoom returns to work after hiatus

Board of directors say Vishal Garg has reflected on his leadership style and received executive coaching during his time off

The CEO of who fired 900 employees over Zoom is coming back

The CEO of, best known for firing 900 employees over Zoom just before Christmas, is coming back to work. CEO to return after mass firing backlash

Yahoo Finance Live's Akiko Fujita and Brad Smith discuss CEO Vishal Garg returning to work after backlash from firing 9% of the workforce over Zoom.

Better's Vishal Garg returns as CEO after infamous Zoom mass layoffs founder Vishal Garg will return as CEO of the online mortgage lender, just weeks after he laid off 900 employees during a now-infamous Zoom call.

Vishal Garg is stepping back into his role as CEO of Better one month after firing 900 employees over Zoom

Garg spent his time off reflecting on his leadership, reconnecting with company values and working with an executive coach, per an internal memo. CEO Vishal Garg returns to work amid controversy regarding his leadership

After a month-long “break,” CEO Vishal Garg is back at the helm of the mortgage tech company he co-founded in 2016, according to an internal memo that circulated today that has been shared wi...

Better founder Vishal Garg, who did mass Zoom layoff, returns as CEO

Garg cited market efficiency, performance and productivity as the reason behind the firings.

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Better CEO Apologizes After Backlash From Mass Firing On Zoom Of 900 Employees

The chief executive of the online mortgage lender Better issued an apology following the backlash created by his firing of 900 workers, approximately 9% of the company's workforce, during a hostile 3-mi... CEO Vishal Garg apologizes to current employees for ‘blundering' of mass layoffs; SPAC delayed CEO Vishal Garg apparently realizes he's done wrong. (As if the barrage of negative publicity wasn't enough evidence of that ). execs resign from company after CEO's controversial mass layoffs over Zoom

Three of's top executives have reportedly resigned from the company after the online mortgage lender was hit by a wave of backlash over a leaked Zoom call in which the CEO callously laid off ... CEO fires more than 900 employees on Zoom call

The CEO of laid off over 900 employees via a Zoom call. CNBC's Shep Smith reports. CEO reportedly lays off over 900 employees via Zoom

Yahoo Finance's Julie Hyman, Brian Sozzi and Brian Cheung deconstruct CEO Vishal Garg's decision to fire more than 900 employees over Zoom during a labor shortage and the company publishing b... CEO accused hundreds of the 900 people he laid off on Zoom of 'stealing' by working only 2 hours daily

"They were stealing from you and stealing from our customers who pay the bills that pay our bills," the CEO wrote on Blind, per Fortune. CEO fires 900 employees over Zoom CEO Vishal Garg announced the mortgage company is laying off about 9% of its workforce on a Zoom webinar Thursday, abruptly informing the more than 900 employees on the call they were being t...

Online mortgage startup Better reportedly laid off 9% of its staff — about 900 employees — as its plan to go public l...

Two months ago, Better was named America's top startup. CEO Vishal Garg has hired 7,000 people ahead of going public with a $6.9 billion valuation.