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The Market Minute: Inside Q4’s Action-Packed IPO Pipeline, Including The Year’s Biggest Expected Offering

This year has already been a record one for IPO volume, and by all accounts the final quarter of 2021 is set to continue that momentum with anticipated Wall Street debuts from big venture-backed companies including Weave, Expensify and—the largest expected offering of the year—electric-truck maker Rivian. Fourteen companies went public last week in the U.S., according to IPOScoop, with ...

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Public Markets Rewarded Cozy, Comfy Clothes This Year. Allbirds’ IPO Surge Shows Momentum Continues

Fashion is an enormous industry, with annual global spending on footwear and apparel estimated at around $1.8 trillion. But increasingly, customers have only limited interest in being fashionable. Given the choice, many of us would opt to spend the day in stretch fabrics reminiscent of pajamas (if not actual pajamas). Favored footwear is the sneaker, flip-flop or slipper. And the ...

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The Market Minute: Goodbye 6-Month Lockups?

The 180-day stock lockup period used to be the standard for traditional IPOs. But that’s quickly changing thanks to the increasing popularity of early lockup releases, particularly for technology companies. I got interested in the idea of ELRs, as they’re known, after chatting with Joshua McGinn, senior vice president of western region relationship management at the professional services firm AST. ...

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