Hello, welcome to the venture capital podcast for the stock that is thawing the numbers behind the headline.
In this week 's equity, the gang is back. We always have excellent Connie Royzos At hand Danny · Claiton,and MyselfCrunchbase News is available for rent. Even better, we issued Iris Chay for the series. She is a partner of Floodgate when she is not with us for the pod.
This week was another one that provided various topics we could not reach in detail. Huge new cycle of stripes, for Eclat, and related assessment. Oh, and the new Lyft finances too!
But we have chosen the best, separating and choosing here:
- SOFTBANK Pay: Softbank It was super active last week. OYO was the first Indian based hotel startup. SOFTBANK is a regular investor in the company, but recently it has recorded a loss of $ 1 billion in the company.
- At the forefront of SoftBank, Opendoor and Compass real estate companies were gathering. Both have raised $ 400 million this week, Softbank supports each check. Discussion is ongoing whether the move competed internally wonders. Again, a bigger check from Vision Fund.
- SurveyMonkey IPO: After the prolonged way to the open market, the aging SurveyMonkey raised the IPO price above that range and sold its shares more than expected. His stock then took off.
- Bitmain's IPO number, redux: After publishing a wonderful Q1, Bitmain had a pretty bad Q2. Should it be a hot ticket Do not damage IPO? Can one of the most famous enterprises focused on encryption be published?
With all of this, we still had time to talk about JUUL. About this Connie was making very good memos in a recent founder's interview.
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