WeWork fiasco, Peloton flop endanger Unicorns hoping for big IPOs
Fitness startup Peloton Interactive Inc. fell 11% below its IPO price on its first day of trading Thursday and extended declines by 2% on Friday.
Peloton, Endeavor duds give IPO bankers another black eye
This trend, notable in the declines of Uber and Lyft, has accelerated in recent wee...
Cycling startup Peloton files for IPO as sales, losses surge
Peloton acknowledges that it operates in a young, brutally competitive market in...
Cycling startup Peloton confidentially files for US IPO
It raised $550 million in a funding round last year led by venture capital firm TCV that valued that company at $4.15 billion.
There’s no end in sight for the US IPO frenzy
Paul Donahue, Morgan Stanley’s head of equity capital markets for the Americas, expects that IPOs will remain busy in the third quarter and beyond.
Bobbi Brown's mantra to stay healthy: Vacay in Bahamas, moderation, 10,000 steps a day
Brown loves yoga and taking a class on her Peloton bike.
CYCLING - Ewan sizzles as peloton frazzles in Adelaide opener
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Cycling-Ewan sizzles as peloton frazzles in Adelaide opener
CYCLING-AUSTRALIA/ (TV):Cycling-Ewan sizzles as peloton frazzles in Adelaide opener
Harsh Goenka, Nykaa boss & Swiggy CEO have a 'healthy' resolution for 2020
The BCCI president said that he has a lot to do at the moment.
WeWork falls furthest in a year of clipped wings for Unicorns
WeWork, which is based in New York, might be the most extreme example of the rebuke that public stock investors have delivered to high-flying startups, but it is hardly alone.
Silicon Valley is a born-again believer in profits
It was only a few years ago that investors started to become anxious about the vast sums of money flying into unprofitable startups. The bubble didn’t burst, but air deflated a bit from the balloon.
Billionaire families reshape Silicon Valley’s venture terrain
Over 70% of billionaire families in Asia are investing in venture, which is higher than what's being seen in the U.S. and Europe, where that number is kind of sub-60%.
WeWork’s startup party ends with some 2,000 jobs set to be cut
The job cuts will mean that some employees won’t be able to live out the company’s mantra of “do what you love.”
Uber slips below $70 billion value, marring a big year for IPOs
Uber shares debuted at $42, well below the IPO price of $45.
World Gold Council appoints David Tait as CEO
David joins the World Gold Council post a successful career in the financial services industry.
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