Workplace, the app owned and originally built by Facebook (now Meta) as a version of the social network for enterprise employees to communicate with each other, has signed up upwards of 7 million user
Justworks' IPO delay indicates that the enthusiasm gap between private markets and their public analog is wide.
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For those of you in search of a single number, using a simple share count, Justworks could be worth more than $2 billion at the top end of its current range.
Today, we'll dig into Justworks' business, its economic performance and what it might be worth. Let's have a little IPO fun one last time this year!
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