Last week, the lone company to go public, TuanChe, a Chinese automotive e-commerce company, raised $20 million. While last week was slow for IPOs, 2019 is anticipated to be the exact opposite. A handful of Silicon Valley’s largest constituents are slated for public offerings, with a few aiming for valuations in the twelve-figure range. Uber, Lyft, Airbnb, and WeWork are headlining the group of Unicorns expected to go public.
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