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Peloton's stock dropped on its first day of trading, making it the latest company to struggle after going public this year.

Peloton is the latest in a line of IPO flops and failures this year. Here are 5 of the biggest.

Uber and Lyft have dropped since their public debuts, while WeWork and Endeavor scrapped their listings at the last minute.
WeWork CEO Adam Neumann.

Former Twitter CEO calls out WeWork CEO Adam Neumann amid the company’s IPO fiasco: ‘This is not the way everybody behaves’

As WeWork prepares to go public, it's taken a major hit to its valuation — a hit that former Twitter CEO Dick Costolo pins to its self-dealing CEO.

Uber is going public at a $75.5 billion valuation. Here’s how that stacks up.

Uber's is going public on Friday. Here's how its $75.5 billion valuation stacks up versus other big-ticket
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella.

Satya Nadella says that even with the company’s massive success and $1 trillion market cap, Microsoft employees have a bad habit of ‘not b...

How do you keep people motivated at the most valuable company in the United States? Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has some ideas.
FAANG stocks since feb 5 2013

It’s time to break up the FAANGs

FAANGs cannot be viewed as a group anymore and investors need to differentiate the risks associated with their business models, an analyst said.

Coinbase is an $8 billion company, according to a reported new $500 million funding round

Coinbase is closing a deal that values the six-year-old cryptocurrency trading platform at $8 billion, Recode reports.

Instagram’s $100 billion valuation pushes Facebook’s dominance of social media to new heights

Facebook, WhatsApp, Messenger, and Instagram each have more monthly active users than than Twitter, Pinterest, and Snapchat combined.

Instagram would be worth $100 billion if it were a standalone company

According to Bloomgberg Inteligence, Instagram is worth $100 billion. That would make it a 100-fold return on the app that was purchased by Facebook in 2012.

Google’s Larry Page ‘floored’ an early investor with an ambitious prediction that sounded impossible but turned out to be spot on

The venture capitalist John Doerr met with a young Larry Page and Sergey Brin almost 20 years ago. Doerr had just become a board member and part owner of Google, and Page "floored" him with his response to a simple question: How big could Google get?