SentinelOne’s IPO is a fascinating debut because the company sports a combination of rapid growth and expanding losses that make it a good heat-check for the IPO market.
To catch up on this busy IPO week, Marqeta, Monday.com, Zeta Global and 1stDibs are on the docket.
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Today’s dissection of the public offering market paints a generally positive picture of the IPO market for venture-backed companies.
Lordstown Motors released its Q1 earnings yesterday, and the electric vehicle manufacturer is facing a few challenges.
With a rising adjusted EBITDA result and improving adjusted EBITDA margins, Zeta has a profit story to tell investors along with possibly accelerating revenue growth.
Disqus, a commenting plugin that’s used by a number of news websites and which can share user data for ad targeting purposes, has got into hot water in Norway for tracking users without their consent. The local data protection agency said today it has notified the U.S.-based company of an intent to fine it €2.5 […]
Zeta Global, the marketing technology company founded by David A. Steinberg and former Apple CEO John Sculley, is announcing an additional $222.5 million in new debt financing. The company has gone down the debt route before — a Series F raised in 2017 combined $115 million funding with $25 million in debt. BofA Securities served […]