reinvested <at><in> entertainment giant Sony


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"Jeffrey Ubben’s ValueAct will soon have a representative on camera company Olympus and Daniel Loeb’s Third Point is reportedly reinvested at entertainment giant Sony. "
Source link: Once shunned, activist investors are now seeing a 'wave of change' in Japan
I wonder if I can use the preposition " in" instead of "at" in the above sentence "...reinvested at..."
What difference would that make? I would appreciate any help.
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  • Florentia52

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    It’s hard to tell without more information, but perhaps someone who’s knowledgeable in this area will come along and help.
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