The Swiss Series: Astrocast is doing big things with little satellites
We have all heard of SpaceX, and the recent commercial space flight events, but the space world is not limited to rockets! Swiss-based Astrocast just went public in Oslo. They lower the cost of managing remote assets ...
Duolingo aims a $3.4 billion valuation in its U.S. IPO
As the Chinese proverb says, “to learn a language is to have one more window from which to look at the world” and that is exactly what Duolingo aims to do; give access to learning new languages universally. The ...
E-yuan efforts behind internet stocks regulatory pressures?
In April Alibaba was fined a record $2.8B for anticompetitive practices, and this week, Didi was told to remove its application from the app stores. Result: Chinese stock markets flopped. Could a Chinese e-yuan effort be ...
Robinhood IPO: offering a risky privilege to its users
Trading platform Robinhood has recently filed the prospectus for its long-awaited IPO. The S-1 has its share of pains and gains. What is to be expected from this event, and what should investors be weary of?
Roblox said in its last S-1 amendment that the public should be able to invest in common class A shares on March 10th. We explore this filing and what you should know about the gaming company before ...
What is a SPAC? The secret of these "blank check companies"
Special purpose acquisition company, synonym of “mountain of cash waiting for a merger”, has become an increasingly popular way for companies to go public. But how do they work, why do we use them, and what are their inherent risks?
Rocket company Astra Space is going public via SPAC
Space investors, beware, because you will soon have a new toy to play with. The Special Acquisition Company Holicity is bringing Astra Space public on the Nasdaq, making it the first publicly-listed space rocket launcher company.
The advent of social media has changed the way we meet and has brought the dating world directly to our fingertips. We explore how Bumble is monetizing relationships through its mobile apps and navigating its competitive industry.
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