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Unicorn startup Postmates had planned to file to go public in September. Then WeWork happened, and now its IPO is MIA
Postmates was expected to publicly reveal its S-1 filing to go public in September. The food delivery service has yet to deliver.
WeWork founder Adam Neumann picked the wrong time to be the visionary leader of a company with imperial ambitions and obscure finances. How WeWork's IPO went south.
Uber warns that it could seriously damage its business if drivers were considered employees instead of contractors
Uber filed its S-1 on Thursday, which said that if drivers are classified as employees instead of full-time contractors, it could impact its business.
PagerDuty filed its S-1 to go public on Friday. This IT company is backed by firms like Andreessen Horowitz, Accel, and Bessemer Venture Partners
Utah-based Qualtrics plans to raise as much as $495 million in an IPO that could instantly double its $2.5 billion private valuation
On Monday, Utah-based software startup Qualtrics announced the price range for its IPO. Qualtrics is expected to go public later this month.
Sonos S-1 reveals more than half of Sonos households own more than one Sonos speaker — and 27% of them own more than three
The SEC filing revealed some figures that indicated a high level of customer satisfaction and loyalty, but a major caveat is that the company relies on its biggest competitors — Google, Apple, and Amazon — to make its products work.
This scrappy company has fended off competition from Apple and Amazon — and now it’s heading for an IPO
Roku has seen its sales and accounts grow markedly in recent years.