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Fiverr CEO Micha Kaufman.

Bessemer and Accel-backed freelance marketplace startup Fiverr has filed to go public

The Israel-based Fiverr filed an F-1 on Thursday for an IPO on the New York Stock Exchange.

Uber wanted to IPO with a $120 billion valuation but ran into trouble when some of its biggest shareholders held out for a lower price

Among the issues with Uber's IPO pricing was that many prospective investors already bought shares in private funding rounds, The New York Times says.
Crowdstrike CEO George Kurtz.

$3.4 billion cybersecurity company CrowdStrike has filed to go public

CapitalG and Accel-backed Crowdstrike publicly filed its S-1 on Tuesday.

There are 360 ways to add Uber to FAANG and analysts already disagree over where to put it

FAAUNG or FAANGU: Wall Street is ready to add Uber to the catchy acronym of well-loved tech stocks, but not everyone agrees where to put it.

Uber is going public in one of the biggest IPOs of all time as all its execs swarm the NYSE

Uber began trading Friday morning in one of the largest tech IPOs ever. Here are some photos from the traditional bell-ringing ceremony.
Slack CEO Stewart Butterfield.

Slack, the $7 billion office-messaging app that millennials and startups love, just filed to go public in a really weird way

Slack filed the paperwork on Friday to go public, and its listing is right around the corner.
Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi

Uber is reportedly setting a price range of $44 to $50 for its upcoming IPO

Uber is expected to set its IPO price range at $44 to $50, according to Bloomberg.
Slack CEO Stewart Butterfield

Slack could publicly file its S-1 this week in a major step toward an IPO

Slack, the $7 billion workplace chat app, is expected to file its S-1 on Friday.
Beyond Meat CEO Ethan Brown.

Beyond Meat sets the price range on its IPO, months after its plans got derailed by market volatility

The Kleiner Perkins-backed artificial meat company Beyond Meat could be valued as high as $1.2 billion in a May IPO/

Zoom’s stock soared in the video-conferencing company’s public trading debut, making CEO Eric Yuan a billionaire

Yuan came to the US in 1997 not knowing any English. Now, the Zoom founder and CEO is worth more than $3 billion.