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Tech companies are lining up to go public — here’s what we learned from the most recent wave of IPO filings – CNBC

Some of the hottest consumer internet companies are going public before year-end, and all have Covid stories to tell investors.

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A DoorDash Inc. delivery person places an order into an insulated bag at Chef Geoff’s restaurant in Washington, D.C.
Tech investors have plenty of reading to do over the Thanksgiving holiday in the form of IPO filings. DoorDash, Airbnb, Affirm, Roblox and Wish all unveiled their prospectuses in the past eight days, with plans to go public before year-end.
They’re taking advantage of a post-election rally that’s lifted U.S. stock indexes near record highs and a clear demand in the public market for…

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