IPOs

  • Stitch Fix gets a pop in its public trading debut

    Stitch Fix gets a pop in its public trading debut

    Stitch Fix revised where it would price its IPO lower last night ahead of trading, and it looks like it helped approach the right sweet spot as a result when it made its debut today. The company saw around a 15% pop in its stock when it began trading this morning — the benchmark companies tend to look to hit when they go public is around 20% — and fell around the lower bounds of… Read More

  • MongoDB shares pop 25% in its public market debut

    MongoDB shares pop 25% in its public market debut

    MongoDB made its public debut with a bang, with jumping more than 25%, today after spending the past several days revising up its expectations throughout the IPO process — which seems to have landed on the right spot. The company provides open-source technology that can be attractive for early-stage startups that want to get off the ground and then seeks to convert those companies to… Read More

  • Database provider MongoDB has filed to go public

    Database provider MongoDB has filed to go public

    MongoDB, a database software company based in New York, has filed to go public with the Securities and Exchange Commission as it continues to burn a ton of cash despite its revenue almost doubling year-over-year. The company, which provides open-source database software that became very attractive among early-stage startups, is one of a myriad of companies that have sought to go public by… Read More

  • Blue Apron is having a really bad day

    Blue Apron is having a really bad day

    Things are not going so well for Blue Apron this morning after reporting its second-quarter earnings (its first earnings report ever), and the stock is crashing as a result of it. The company’s stock is down more than 14 percent on the earnings report, which came in pretty mixed compared to what Wall Street wanted. Read More

  • Blue Apron sees some signs of life as it pulls back its marketing engine

    Blue Apron sees some signs of life as it pulls back its marketing engine

    Amid the ever-present specter of Amazon, Blue Apron reported its second-quarter earnings today — where it showed a mixed performance for Wall Street, but also some small much-needed improvements in certain metrics. The biggest drag on the company was that it said it was paring back its marketing expenses between the first and second quarter, resulting in a 9% decrease in total customers… Read More

  • Stitch Fix has confidentially filed for an IPO

    Stitch Fix has confidentially filed for an IPO

    Stitch Fix has filed confidentially for an initial public offering, setting itself up for another big test for the IPO market in the near future. This marks the beginning of the official beginning of the process ahead of the S-1 filing where the company will formally disclose its financials. Read More

  • Equity podcast: 500 Startups scandals, disappointing IPOs and the end of Jawbone

    Equity podcast: 500 Startups scandals, disappointing IPOs and the end of Jawbone

    Hello and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s venture capital podcast, where we dig into the hype, the dollars and, recently, the down exits. This week was a fun one. Matthew Lynley is out on vacation, so TechCrunch’s own Megan Rose Dickey (the current host of Bullish and general badass) joined Katie Roof and myself — Alex Wilhelm — to dive into the news of the week. Read More

  • How this year’s tech IPOs have fared so far

    Blue Apron has finally gone public, and we’re at about the halfway point of the year. We’ve seen a lot of IPOs for the first half of 2017, which followed a huge drought last year. All this started when Snap opened up the so-called “IPO window” when it made its debut with a bang, popping the normally-expected 20% or so on its first day of trading. But since then… Read More

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