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Smart-speaker maker Sonos filed regulatory documents for an initial public offering on Friday, and listed US tariffs on China as a risk factor. Companies going public are required to alert investors to risk factors ranging from war to competition.
Uber’s CEO says the company is ‘on track’ to go public by the end of next year — here’s what needs to happen first
Uber plans on going public in 2019, but they're not quite ready.
$3.1 billion startup DocuSign just made its IPO paperwork public — its sales are growing, but it’s still posting big losses
Docusign, the 15-year-old electronic signature company, brought in $382 million in sales in fiscal 2017, but it also posted a $115 million loss.
A parade of tech startups — many in enterprise — are marching towards the public markets. Business Insider spoke to bankers who say there's a good reason.
Hong Kong bankers are eye...
Trump's Treasury department just released a plan outlining how it wants to catalyze small business growth and make it easier for companies to go public.
Roku’s CEO and other insiders will control 98 percent of the company’s voting power even after its IPO
Roku CEO Anthony Wood will have 32% of the company's voting power, and other insiders will hold another 66% after its public offering.
The maker of video streaming device hopes to IPO with a valuation of up to $1.3 billion.
The company behind the burger chain that Kanye West and Nicki Minaj are obsessed with is planning to raise $24 million in its IPO
Fatburger, a burger chain with a cult following on the West Coast, is ready to claim the "FAT" ticker on the Nasdaq Stock Exchange.
Airbnb has reached a settlement after suing San Francisco over its short term rental laws.