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Adobe’s stock jumps to record close as investors cheer cloud transition

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Adobe rose almost 4% on Friday, closing at an all-time high and reflecting the company’s extended move from desktop software to the cloud. Source link: Click here for more
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The end of the traditional IPO: Airbnb, GitLab and others consider direct listings as banks begin to come around

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Evangelists promote direct listings as a better way to go public because companies can get the same result without selling a bunch of stock — and diluting existing shareholders and employees. Direct listings also offer a steep discount for new investors, who typically get the benefit of any immediate stock...
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Slack’s stock rises on quarterly results but outlook points to higher-than-expected losses

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Slack’s stock performance has disappointed investors since the company’s public market debut in June, as Microsoft has stepped up its investment in the space. Source link: Click here for more
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US futures rise on report that US-China trade deal is moving closer

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U.S. stock index futures were higher Wednesday morning. Source link: Click here for more
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Jobs data, services gauge, Trump meets Merkel: 3 things to watch for Wednesday

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We’ll get private payroll data, services sector reading and will be waiting to see if President Donald Trump makes comments on trade. Source link: Click here for more
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Doctors and techies are clashing at digital health companies, and one start-up is seeking a fix

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The clash between tech and medical cultures is a big challenge for digital health companies, which are becoming a bigger part of the economy. Source link: Click here for more
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Doctors and techies are clashing at digital health companies, and one start-up is seeking a fix

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The clash between tech and medical cultures is a big challenge for digital health companies, which are becoming a bigger part of the economy. Source link: Click here for more
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SoftBank CEO says after WeWork there will be no rescue investments

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Masayoshi Son, chairman and chief executive officer of SoftBank Group at the SoftBank World 2018 event in Tokyo, Japan. Kiyoshi Ota | Bloomberg | Getty Images SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son won’t call WeWork a rescue, claiming instead that the latest financing allowed his company to dramatically reduce the average share...
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SoftBank Group plunges to $6.5 billion quarterly loss as tech bets stumble

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SoftBank Group Corp plunged on Wednesday to a quarterly loss that was far larger than analysts’ estimates, hit by the falling valuations of some of its biggest tech bets such as WeWork and Uber Technologies. Source link: Click here for more
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Investors reassess the hope-and-hype business model, causing stocks like GrubHub to plunge

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There is a stark reassessment of businesses that purport to be software companies and aspire to software valuations, Michael Santoli writes. Source link: Click here for more
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Abu Dhabi is investing hundreds of millions in tech start-ups from the Middle East

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Mubadala, Abu Dhabi’s state investor, announced Monday new MENA tech funds will invest $250 million in start-ups from the Middle East region. Source link: Click here for more
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Facebook employees turn to rogue hacker from Hong Kong to learn what other teams are building

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Jane Manchun Wong is a hacker whose passion for finding new features has made her a must-follow for Facebook employees hoping to stay up to date with their colleagues’ work. Source link: Click here for more
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Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs are reportedly poised to lead Airbnb’s direct listing

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Short-term home rental company Airbnb is set to hire Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs as joint lead advisers on its planned stock market flotation next year. Source link: To read more click here
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Bill Gurley direct listing event convinced Outreach CEO to consider it

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For a company to go public through a direct listing successfully, conventional wisdom says it needs to have a big brand that consumers recognize and every investor knows. Spotify and Slack could go that route because they didn’t need bankers to explain their stories to money managers. But some big-name...

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