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Hello and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s venture capital-focused podcast, where we unpack the numbers behind the headlines.
This is a relaxed, Friday, Equity Shot. That means Kate and Alex were on deck to chew through the latest from the IPO front. We’ll keep doing extra episodes as long as we have to, though we’re slightly sorry if we’re becoming a bit much.
That’s a joke, we’re not sorry at all.
So, three things this week. First, Fastly filed an S-1 (Alex’s notes here), second, Zoom completed its highly-anticipated IPO (Kate’s post here, Alex has notes too), third. Pinterest went public too (More from TechCrunch here). Ultimately, Pinterest’s stock offering valued the company at $12.6 billion (higher than its latest private valuation) but we’ve got some notes on the ‘undercorn’ phenomenon anyway (here and here).
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