Both the technology news and financial worlds have long expected the original ride-hailing company, Uber, to eventually file for an initial public offering (IPO) – the process of bringing shares…
The most recent unemployment and wage data seem to have offered a respite — perhaps temporarily, perhaps not — to potential recession concerns. But should an economic downturn occur, reports cite private equity as a possible “silver lining.”
Lyft, the U.S.’s #2 ride-hailing company, recently had its IPO. Among other takeaways from this piece of technology news, it means that Lyft beat its long-time rival Uber to the public stock market. But speed isn’t everything in in the ride-hailing industry.
The key findings are based on a new report from INSEAD: “The Institutionalization of Family Firms: A Look at Latin America.”
An important, insightful INSEAD study reviews “Latin American Family Firms and the Path to Longevity”
Few people follow private equity – or have more sources and resources in the industry – than Chris Witkowsky, Editor of PE Hub and Buyouts. We discussed what’s next for PE, what he hears from investors and private equity firms, and whether they believe PE’s extraordinary run can continue.
Shareholder activism is spreading across the globe, and a new report shows that 2018 was a record year for activist campaigns
In the past, when a startup firm was ready to expand, it often turned to the public market for investors to buy out the initial venture capital investment. That may be changing.
Is there a business case to be made for broadening the backgrounds of decision-makers in the VC world?
Can venture capital and technological innovation affect climate change?