posted at 06:51
Author: Jordan Novet
Sat, 06 Dec 2014 14:00:46 +0000
These 4 tech IPOs will raise more than $1B next week
Several fast-growing privately held tech companies, from Box to Dropbox, from Cloudera to Uber, have postponed the rush to public markets by taking on huge funding rounds this year, surprising observers again and again. Those people can take a sigh of relief next week, when four tech companies will finally hold initial public offerings. Description: Cloud-based application performance management and software analytics company. Stock symbol: NEWR on the New York Stock ExchangeProposed maximum aggregate offering price: $115 millionProposed maximum offering price per share: $20Most recent annual revenue: $63.1 millionMost recent annual net loss: $40.2 millionHeadquarters: San FranciscoEmployees: 534Most recent regulatory filing: Dec. 1. Stock symbol: HDP on the NasdaqProposed maximum aggregate offering price: $96.6 millionProposed maximum offering price per share: $14Most recent annual revenue: $10.9 millionMost recent annual net loss: $36.6 millionHeadquarters: Palo Alto, Calif.Employees: 524Most recent regulatory filing: Dec. 1. Stock symbol: LC on the New York Stock ExchangeProposed maximum aggregate offering price: $796.2 millionProposed maximum offering price per share: $12Most recent annual revenue: $98 millionMost recent annual net income: $7.3 millionHeadquarters: San FranciscoEmployees: 742Most recent regulatory filing: Dec. 1. Stock symbol: WK on the New York Stock ExchangeProposed maximum aggregate offering price: $124.2 millionProposed maximum offering price per share: $15Most recent annual revenue: $85.1 millionMost recent annual net loss: $25.7 millionHeadquarters: Ames, IowaEmployees: more than 940Most recent regulatory filing: Dec. 1. Several more tech companies should be hitting the IPO button in 2015.

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