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DocuSign CEO Dan Springer discusses how his own experience as a single father helped shape his company's parental leave policy. Employees who are primary caregivers receive six months of paid leave within the first year of the child's arrival.
$3 billion DocuSign prices its upcoming IPO at $29 per share — above the range it originally gave Wall Street
The 15-year-old electronic signature company DocuSign is expected to list on Friday, as IPO-mania continues to rumble through enterprise tech.
Pluralsight, which has filed for a IPO, was valued at around $1 billion in 2014.
$3.1 billion startup DocuSign just made its IPO paperwork public — its sales are growing, but it’s still posting big losses
Docusign, the 15-year-old electronic signature company, brought in $382 million in sales in fiscal 2017, but it also posted a $115 million loss.
It's been a long and sometimes rocky road for eSignature company DocuSign as it heads to IPO. Here are the people poised to do well, should investors bite.
The report comes just days before Dropbox's highly anticipated public offering.
Daniel Springer will replace Keith Krach as Docusign's CEO.
Ex-DocuSign CFO Mike Dinsdale has signed on with DoorDash.
We went to a private event at the Docusign CEO’s home on San Francisco’s Billionaire’s Row — here’s what it was like
We were invited to a private event hosted by Docusign CEO Keith Krach at his home on San Francisco's Billionaire's Row.
Docusign's 59-year old CEO Keith Krach says being in good shape has helped him run the company better.