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Report: Peter Thiel Maybe Made a Killing By Betting Big on Volatility
It turns out Peter Thiel might have a little extra cash on hand to help him settle into his new home in Los Angeles. The billionaire PayPal co-founder and early Facebook investor, who is ditching Silicon Valley for L.A., made a bet at the end of last year through Thiel Macro - which manages his fortune - "tied to the
Blue Apron Loses 15% of its Customers; Its IPO is Still a Disaster
Two of the most hyped public offerings last year in the tech space were Snap Inc. and Blue Apron (which is only tangentially a tech company, but it's on Nasdaq so we'll go with it) - and neither went very well. Snap quickly fell below its IPO price, while Blue Apron fell below the price of one of its meals.
Drake's Whiskey Brand is About to Go Public
Are you the biggest Drake fan in the world? Or, have you never listened to a Drake song in your life? Well, your aptitude with the oeuvre of the Grammy-award winning, platinum selling recording artist really doesn't matter if you like aged bourbon whiskey - or spirits in general - or are just looking to diversify your portfolio with a
Dropbox Has Confidentially Filed For an IPO
File-sharing company Dropbox Inc. has confidentially filed for an initial public offering with the Securities and Exchange Commission, Bloomberg reports. The San Francisco-based company, which was founded in 2007, is valued at $10 billion, according to Bloomberg. JPMorgan Chase and Goldman Sachs will reportedly lead the expected listing. Dropbox's IPO would be closely watched by Wall Street - not only