November 29, 2022

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By Sophia Kunthara,

Chinese ride-hailing company Didi Chuxing has filed to go public in the United States.

Didi is more or less the Uber of China. In fact, the company bought Uber’s operations in China back in 2016. And now it’s looking to go public in a deal that could value it at more than $70 billion, according to The Wall Street Journal.

Backed by investors including SoftBank and Toyota, Didi last raised venture financing with a $500 million round led by SoftBank in May 2020, per Crunchbase. It also raised $1.5 billion in debt financing in April 2021.

SoftBank, Uber and Tencent are among the largest shareholders in the company, which is based in Beijing. Uber became...

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By Sophia Kunthara,

Warby Parker’s stock price popped 35 percent on its first day of trading, opening at $54.05 on Wednesday.

The eyeglass company went public through a direct listing on...

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By Sophia kunthara,

Mobile tech company AppLovin’s stock closed at $65.20 on its first day of trading, nearly 19 percent below its IPO price.

The company’s stock opened at $70 on Thursday...

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