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Duolingo IPO: what you need to know

Duolingo IPO: what you need to know

Language learning app Duolingo is due to go public via initial public offering (IPO) next week. Duolingo shares will be available to the public on the NASDAQ stock exchange under the ticker “DUOL.”...

Sweetgreen files for IPO: what you need to know

Sweetgreen files for IPO: what you need to know

Sweetgreen is an American food chain selling salads. It was set up in 2007 and has gone from strength to strength, becoming a cult favorite among younger diners. Now Sweetgreen is taking the next...

What is an IPO?

What is an IPO?

IPO stands for ‘Initial Public Offering’ and is a way of taking a private company public into the financial markets. In doing so, that company is then able to list on a stock exchange such as the...

Warby Parker files for IPO: What you need to know

Warby Parker files for IPO: What you need to know

Warby Parker makes stylish eyewear and contact lenses at low cost. 11 years ago, it hit the ground running, building a prevalent business from scratch. And now the time has come for Warby Parker to...

When is Databricks going public?

When is Databricks going public?

After a massive $1 billion February fundraise, data analytics and artificial intelligence company Databricks now ranks among the highest valued private tech firms, with an impressive $28 billion...

What you need to know about Nextdoor’s 2021 IPO

What you need to know about Nextdoor’s 2021 IPO

Could Nextdoor be about to IPO with a $5 billion valuation? Social network Nextdoor is a virtual space where people can discuss neighbourhood matters with those living in their vicinity. Similar to...

What you need to know about ZipRecruiter IPO

What you need to know about ZipRecruiter IPO

ZipRecruiter (NYSE: ZIP) is a recruitment site matching employers and suitable job candidates. It's been featured in many major publications including The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, and Time. It...

Squarespace IPO: what you need to know

Squarespace IPO: what you need to know

Squarespace hosts websites, and it’s become a pretty big deal. It now rivals GoDaddy (NYSE: GDDY), WordPress and Shopify (NYSE: SHOP), while it serves nearly 2000 companies as clients. These include...

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