Redbox, operator of everyone’s favorite DVD kiosks, IPO’d this week, and wants to prove that it can grow beyond DVD rentals.
Allbirds, the sustainable shoemaker, filed for an IPO, calling it the 1st sustainable public equity offering.
Weber is going public after throwing the business equivalent of a lit Fourth of July backyard BBQ.
With $420m of sales in 2020, Oatly is ready to go public, but there are questions about the health benefits.
Clubhouse saw an 89% download slump in April and Bird is looking to go public at a $2.3B valuation.
The owner of talent agency WME and MMA sports league UFC is trying to go public for a second time...and it’s bringing Elon along for the ride.
Coursera is going public. Here’s what that means for the future of higher ed.
When COVID hit the restaurant industry, Toast was in trouble. But things have turned around and now it’s prepping an IPO.
ByteDance’s revenue in 2020 doubled to $37B. Is an IPO next?
Roblox and Affirm announced new plans to go public, after pulling back from the scorching hot markets in late-2020.
Reddit says it has 52m daily active users, which is growing but still pales in comparison to Facebook and Twitter.
Poshmark, ThredUp, and Wish were all founded after the 2008-09 financial crisis. A decade on -- and amid another crisis -- these bargain shopping apps are thriving.
Recent texts from Masayoshi Son shows shady tactics while he was trying to get out of a WeWork deal.
Root is an auto insurer eye-ing a $6B+ IPO. Its personalized pricing technology tells us a lot about the future of insurance.
Slack plans to follow Spotify’s lead by listing directly without a fundraising IPO, and that could soon be normal.