With $500M (More) For Lyft, Bets On Ridesharing Continue To Go Up
Morning Report: As expected, Lyft has raised $500 million more by extending its recent capital event.
As The App Economy Booms, Mobile-Focused Funding Slips
The app economy is booming. So why aren’t mobile-focused companies raising huge numbers of new rounds?
What Box’s Recent Earnings Tell Us About The Current Value Of ARR
Continuing our never-ending investigation into the changing value of ARR, we’ll explore what Box reported, what the market wanted, the gap between the two, and what ratios can tell us.
The US-Based Tech Company That Just Went Public In London
Boku, a United States-based carrier billing company, listed on the London Stock Exchange’s Alternative Investment Market (AIM) today, selling £45 million in stock. Let’s peek into the Boku offering to see what happened and what we might learn from it.
Snap And Twitter Are Now Worth Essentially The Same Amount
Today, as the domestic markets came to a close, something caught our eye that we wanted to highlight: Snap and Twitter are now (nearly) worth the same amount.
Unpacking Lyft’s Projected Financials As Uber Pulls Itself Together
Last Friday, Bloomberg reported a sheaf of Lyft’s financials that paint a reasonably-sharp picture of the ridesharing company’s past and expected business performance.