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Uber Is Going Public at a $75.5 Billion Valuation. Here's How That Stacks Up.

Uber's valuation is approaching the level of General Motors and Ford combined, but still has a long way to go to catch Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos' net worth.

Arjun Reddy

· 2 min read

Uber Drivers Are Sleeping in Their Cars to Make Enough Money. Now, They're Going on Strike.

The strikes come ahead of Uber's initial public offering, which one union leader said promised to be an 'orgy of greed.'

Isobel Asher Hamilton

· 3 min read

Going Public: 4 Tech IPOs to Look out for in 2019

Tech companies had a turbulent 2018, but in 2019, keep an 'eye'-P-O on Uber, Slack, Airbnb and a lesser-known outfit called Palantir.

Thomas Smale

· 6 min read

To Be IPO Ready, You Need to Prepare for These 5 Potential Pitfalls

It's also important to understand the difference between growth and scale, and how you can leverage both.

Heather Gates

· 7 min read

Uber Has Confidentially Filed to Go Public

Uber has confidentially filed paperwork to hold its long-awaited IPO next year, reports the Wall Street Journal.

Rob Price

· 2 min read

Even If You Don't Plan to IPO, You Should Run Your Business Like a Public Company

Any startup can learn from how Spotify, Dropbox and Uber prepared to go public.

Karen Dempsey

· 5 min read

Too Many Small Businesses Are Swinging for the Wrong Fences

Regardless of the outcome you're swinging for, you'll need to build a sustainable business to get there.

Brady Fletcher

· 7 min read

3 Lessons for Entrepreneurs From Spotify, Which Won Over Taylor Swift and Just Made its Billion-Dollar IPO

Shares of the streaming service opened at about $165, valuing the company at close to $30 billion.

Hayden Field

· 5 min read

Why Steve Jobs Remains the Biggest Challenge to Dropbox's Future

The late Apple founder's vow to take on Dropbox's business could come back to haunt the cloud storage company as it prepares for its IPO.

Vineet Jain

· 5 min read

An IPO Isn't Just a Way to Raise Money -- It Shows a Company Is Mature and Deserving of Trust

Going public means a company meets certain standards of increased corporate governance, responsible leadership and financial transparency.

Amy Butte

· 7 min read