NYTimes: Instacart reveals $248M in profit but slowing growth ahead of IPO

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With Instacart's S-1 hot off the press, the tech IPO market may, in fact, be heating up. “Instacart and Arm are going to be ones that other tech companies eagerly watch because there is this pent-up demand to go public,” explains EquityZen's Brianne Lynch. More from her conversation with Erin Griffith at The New York Times here.




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