Airbnb IPO

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  • Twitter jkkugdyh
    2008: Founds Airbnb to help pay his rent in SF

    2020: Takes Airbnb public, probably also to pay his rent in SF
    Sep 20 0
  • LinkedIn bluiffy
    It’ll crash like slack
    Sep 20 2
    • LinkedIn keetryin
      And Uber
      Sep 20
    • Snapchat uOkV57
      Don’t think so, they’ll probably stabilize at worst. Look at SNAP, not profitable at all times yet it now bounces back to IPO price.
      Sep 21
  • VMware codingmeat
    Screw them (yeah, I failed their interview).
    Sep 20 2
    • Oscar
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      🐨koalamore
      They didnt even give me a chance 😂😂
      Sep 20
    • VMware codingmeat
      To add insult to injury - I later found out that the problem that I failed to implement correctly for all cases is marked as Easy on LC. It wasn't too easy for me, TBH.
      Sep 20
  • Facebook ndig23
    If they are so profitable why do they keep postponing their IPO?
    Sep 20 4
    • Facebook lolwutm8
      Because they fear the upcoming recession
      Sep 20
    • Facebook ndig23
      I doubt it. Th more they postpone the more likely the recession is gonna hit. I can’t help suspecting that they just started making good numbers on paper.
      Sep 20
    • Airbnb abnb
      Investor liquidity.
      Sep 21
    • Airbnb AirEveryWr
      It’s never postponed. Company never set a date .
      Sep 22
  • Cisco 7oclock
    Are they profitable enough to make it as publicly traded company?
    Sep 20 2
    • Intel
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      Yes
      Sep 20
    • Netflix razorlab
      Profitable in theory. No one seen the numbers other than insiders. Even the term profitable can be subjective. What if they have bookings but cash collection is a mess. What about potential expenses/fine they refuse to pay. Perks of being private is you don’t have to explain any of that to the public.
      Oct 2
  • Facebook Jed678
    It’s further away than I thought. I mean, if they file for ipo next year, it will be a few months before they are actually on NYE, and with the lock time of 6mo it could be mid 2021 that average employees can cash out...
    Sep 21 1
    • Airbnb AirEveryWr
      It could be direct listing as company does not need cash
      Sep 22
  • Intuit n3s9k
    Everything is too late stage to be worth buying. These companies are at their peak valuations.
    Sep 20 1
    • LinkedIn keetryin
      These companies are so greedy that they pumped their valuation to the maximum and leave no money on the table for investors
      Sep 20
  • Microsoft sQPn32
    same post last year and next year?
    Sep 20 0

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