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Casper's share price represents a discount from its private valuation, suggesting the company is adjusting for an IPO market wary of buzzy startups.
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‘They don’t even plan to go public’ — NYU professor Scott Galloway says Casper filed for an IPO but really wants a sale
"They asked for advice two years ago and I said I have three pieces of advice: 'sell, sell, and sell.'"
Casper CEO’s obsession with a $1 billion ‘unicorn’ valuation reportedly derailed 3 potential buyouts
Philip Krim's price tag for his online mattress seller may have put off Target, Tempur Sealy, and Serta Simmons.
Grocery giant Albertsons is reportedly preparing to go public after failing multiple times in the past
The company will decide in coming weeks whether or not it will proceed with an IPO that could value it around $19 billion, The Journal reported.
Casper's IPO paperwork contained a few surprising takeaways about how it views its business and the sleep market in general.
Aramco set aside 450 million shares for investors as it gauged early demand, and Goldman Sachs released proceeds from the allotment over the weekend.
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The company envisions itself taking over the $432 billion sleep economy, which includes pet beds, meditation, and medical devices.
Casper warns investors that its business would be hurt if any of its ‘thousands’ of Instagram influencers turned against it
Casper said its reputation could take a hit if any of its influencers engaged in behavior that "adversely" reflected on the company.