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Here’s everything we know about WeWork’s layoffs and next steps as the co-working giant looks to right itself
The tides turned against WeWork after it misjudged appetite for an IPO. Now it's nabbed a SoftBank bailout but is still planning huge layoffs.
The proportion of cash-burning companies going public has reached 70%, according to Bank of America data.
Wall Street is overwhelmingly bullish on SmileDirectClub even after it had the worst US IPO in 12 years. Here’s what analysts are saying.
Analysts have a rosy view of SmileDirectClub — roughly 85% of adults have crooked teeth but less than 1% receive treatment.
The IPO market is rebelling against many of 2019’s money-losing unicorns. Here’s what’s scaring investors away — and what it m...
No matter the path to public markets, the biggest startups of 2019 are seeing greater investor scrutiny and poor performance in the stock market.
A direct listing would keep the home-share company from paying a partnering bank millions of dollars in IPO-related fees.
The flexible-office company still plans to operate as a public company in the future, its co-CEOs said in a Monday statement.
Hollywood conglomerate Endeavor cancels public offering at last minute amid broader IPO-market struggles
The company was set to trade publicly for the first time Friday, and said it would continue to monitor markets to better time its IPO.
Peloton's open was the third-worst since 2008, trailing only SmileDirectClub and ADT. Shares slumped more than 11% by market close.
Peloton opened trading 6.9% below its IPO price, trailing only SmileDirectClub and ADT for worst post-financial crisis debut.
WeWork has acquired 21 startups in the last four years, from a college messaging service to a real estate investing app. Here’s everything WeWo...
The coworking startup's largest deal was $500 million for a Singapore-based competitor, according to Pitchbook.