Applied Digital Corporation

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Applied Digital, formerly known as Applied Blockchain, operates datacenters in North America and offers artificial intelligence (AI) cloud services, computing datacenter hosting, and crypto datacenter hosting. The company went public in April 2022, issuing 8 million shares of common stock at $5.00 per share through an IPO. The IPO was underwritten by B. Riley Securities, a subsidiary of B. Riley Financial. Despite close connections between Applied Digital’s executives and B. Riley entities, the company assured compliance with NASDAQ listing rules. In May 2023, Applied Digital announced a cloud service for AI applications and entered into a loan agreement with B. Riley entities. Market analysts questioned the viability of the business model, leading to a series of short reports that highlighted potential issues, including inflated profitability claims, lack of board independence, and conflicts of interest. These reports led to stock price drops in July 2023, reflecting concerns about the company’s operations, governance, and financial well-being.