$445 billion flowed into startups in the last five years. Now it’s threatening to upend one of Silicon Valley’s most celebrated customs (SPOT, GOOGL)
01/12/2019 General World News

  • The traditional initial public offering process may be in the process of being disrupted.
  • Spotify went public last year using a different process and may soon be followed by enterprise software company Slack.
  • Startups have good reasons to spurn regular IPOs — they’re costly and time-consuming.
  • Thanks to the massive amounts of money that have flowed into Silicon Valley in recent years, many companies are likely well positioned to go public a different way.

The avalanche of money that’s piled into Silicon Valley lately may be starting to disrupt more than just the taxi business and commercial real estate — it might read more >>>

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