Spark Energy, Inc. Announces Buyout of Verde Earnout Obligations
Pursuant to the Membership Interest and Stock Purchase Agreement (“MIPA”) entered into between the Company, its subsidiary, and Verde on
“The early buyout of the Verde earnout gives us the opportunity to begin immediate improvement in our bottom line results,” said
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