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Tech Workers Got Paid in Company Stock. They Used It to Agitate for Change.

But by paying employees this way, tech companies open themselves up to this kind of shareholder advocacy, she said. “They are setting themselves up to have quite a large group of stockholders who would of course, like any other stockholder, have the right to bring forward a shareholder proposal,” Ms. …

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With the Economy Uncertain, Tech ‘Unicorns’ Rush Toward I.P.O.

SAN FRANCISCO — For years, Uber and Lyft put off going public. Now, they are speeding up. Faced with a volatile stock market and the prospect of an economic downturn next year, the ride-hailing services have moved more urgently toward an initial public offering, said four people with knowledge of …

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Lyft, Racing Uber Toward I.P.O., Takes a Crucial Step

The ride-hailing company Lyft said on Thursday that it had taken a key step toward an initial public offering, confidentially filing a draft registration statement with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The company said it had not yet determined how many shares would be sold or the price range for …

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Pre-I.P.O. Deals Add to Exodus From Public Markets

Ryan Smith spent years planning to sell shares of his software company, Qualtrics, on the stock market, meeting with bankers, carefully auditing financials and shaping a Wall Street-friendly narrative about the company’s prospects. Two weeks ago, the finish line was close, with a listing on the Nasdaq just a few …

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Strategies: Netflix’s Audience Is Multiplying. But So Is Its Debt.

Netflix, the streaming-video juggernaut, is growing with astonishing speed. And if you ignore the fact that it borrows billions to finance that growth, the company is a classic success story. Its ability to expand its global audience is truly impressive. The latest numbers show that Netflix gained more than six …

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Alphabet Shrugs Off Bad News With Big Quarter

SAN FRANCISCO — The headlines swirling around Alphabet, the parent company of Google, are not positive: European regulators are cracking down on its business practices, politicians are expressing concern about political bias, and there are growing fears about how it is pushing the boundaries on user privacy. But those clouds …

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Uber and Lyft Charge Toward Potential I.P.O.s Next Year

Uber and Lyft have for years battled for customers in the fast-growing ride-hailing business. Now the bitter rivals may fight for investors in their initial public offerings. Uber has received proposals from the investment banks Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs that say the technology giant could be worth as much …

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