Hyundai, Kia and GV are contributing to a $350 PIPE in support of a reverse merger that will value the Maryland and Duke-linked company at $2bn.

IonQ, a US-based quantum computing technology developer exploiting University of Maryland and Duke University research, agreed yesterday to list through a reverse takeover. The company is merging with dMY Technology Group, a special purpose acquisition company that floated on the New York Stock Exchange in a $275m initial public offering in November 2020. The combined…

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