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It's the largest intraday gain for SmileDirectClub since it listed as a public company in September 2019.
Walmart is taking another bite out of a multitrillion-dollar industry and bringing SmileDirectClub electric toothbrushes and toothpaste to more than 3...
Walmart is teaming with SmileDirectClub on a line of exclusive oral care products, including an electric toothbrush and specialty toothpastes.
I got my teeth straightened in 5 months using SmileDirectClub’s invisible aligners — here’s what the process was like from start to ...
I got my teeth straightened in five months using SmileDirectClub's invisible aligners. Here's everything you need to know about the process.
"Investors got really turned off," said Kathleen Smith, principal at Renaissance Capital. "I'll call it a buyer's strike."
It's the largest-ever drop for the company since its September IPO, which was the worst public debut in 12 years for a US company.
The IPO market is in a slump. Here’s what a lawyer, venture capitalist, and startup CEO think about the funding environment.
Wall Street anticipated several massively successful IPOs in 2019. Instead, investors saw canceled offerings and multibillion-dollar devaluations.
SmileDirectClub tanks after short-seller tweets that its stores were raided by the Dental Board of California
The company filed the case against the Dental Board of California and one of its investigators on Wednesday.
Wall Street is overwhelmingly bullish on SmileDirectClub even after it had the worst US IPO in 12 years. Here’s what analysts are saying.
Analysts have a rosy view of SmileDirectClub — roughly 85% of adults have crooked teeth but less than 1% receive treatment.
All ten analysts who cover the company have "buy" ratings on shares with an average price target of $21.78, a 43% premium.
‘Moving fast and breaking things in peoples’ mouths’: A research firm said SmileDirectClub has 85% downside just weeks after it notc...
SmileDirectClub is "carelessly cutting corners in a field of specialized medicine, putting customer safety at risk," the research firm said.