If you're looking to go public without much fanfare, it's never a bad idea to start trading on a day on which everyone is reading about the president telling aides "I'm f@cked."
The hubris of everyone's least-favorite ridesharing company is outmatched only by its pile of burning cash.
Not only is Blue Apron replacing the CEO with an Etsy exec, it's even firing a guy named Dickerson.
Unless the second-biggest ridesharing app just doubled revenue or halved its spending in the last three days, this feels like a bit of a premium.
Well, this is a bold move.
So, yeah, we should totally stop raising interest rates.
Lyft is about to take everyone for quite a shared ride.
Josh Silverman should buy himself a braggy throw pillow.
This IPO will be like a Pinterest board of Snap, Etsy, Blue Apron, and so many others.
Gene Levoff allegedly took a "Think Different" approach to his day job.
The de Kooning of money is about to create his masterpiece.
Hey, it also didn't, like, kill anyone.
Pinterest is going with the big guns.
"Compared to Larry, Elon is kind of humble and sweet" people will say.
With the spigot from Masa Son turning off slowly, WeWork's self-adoration takes a dark turn.
Tim Cook looking to make his problem into everybody's problem.
If even we could see this coming, how was it allowed to happen?
It turns out that Evan Spiegel really wasn't told how the public markets work.
Getting publicly litigious with an Instagram influencer who was privately not doing what they paid him for is your answer to "What's Snap up to these days?"
Emil Michael has finally figured out where he'll be tolerated.