*Spoiler alert: this article makes references to Season Three of Succession. Please make sure you are up to date at least up to episode five before you read it. If you are not, shame on you — watch it now and tell your employer the FT told you to. Fans of HBO’s acid-tongued media empire family drama Succession probably don’t care much for finance. Bar, you know, the trappings of it.Sadly for us — or perhaps more for our close friends and family — FT Alphaville does. Lucky you guys, though. For a while, the question of what Waystar Royco’s actual market capitalisation is has been bugging us. Before we lose you right there, it’s arguably a really important question for the show. After all, the entire family’s opulent lifestyle rests on the business being worth something.
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