• Hot cybersecurity startup Tenable has filed to go public

    4 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    The cybersecurity startup Tenable filed to go public on Friday.
    The startup was last valued at $550 million in 2015, when it raised a $250 million mega-funding round led by Insight Venture Partners and Accel.
    The company plans to list on the NASDAQ under the ticker "TENB."
    Business may slow in summer, but the IPO boom powers on.
    Tenable, a Maryland-based cybersecurity company, officially filed to go public on Friday. The company plans to list on the NASDAQ under the ticker "TENB."
    Tenable describes itself as a "cyber exposure" company, and sells a Software-as-a-Service product to detect...
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  • The CEO of the world's biggest sneaker marketplace explains how a string of failed startups led to one worth $250 million

    The CEO of the world's biggest sneaker marketplace explains how a string of failed startups led to one worth $250 million

    4 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    GOAT is the world's largest resale marketplace for high-end sneakers , and is valued at $250 million.
    Its cofounder and CEO Eddy Lu spent more than 10 years creating and leading failed startups and business projects before achieving success.
    He credits struggles - and even fights - with his cofounder Daishin Sugano in their early days of working together to their current efficient workflow and mutual understanding.
    For more than a decade, Eddy Lu tried to find the next big thing: 99-cent smartphone apps, golf apparel, Japanese desserts. They all flopped, but he wasn't headed back to the...
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  • The CEO of the world's biggest sneaker marketplace explains how a string of failed startups led to one worth $250 million

    The CEO of the world's biggest sneaker marketplace explains how a string of failed startups led to one worth $250 million

    4 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    GOAT is the world's largest resale marketplace for high-end sneakers , and is valued at $250 million.
    Its cofounder and CEO Eddy Lu spent more than 10 years creating and leading failed startups and business projects before achieving success.
    He credits struggles - and even fights - with his cofounder Daishin Sugano in their early days of working together to their current efficient workflow and mutual understanding.
    For more than a decade, Eddy Lu tried to find the next big thing: 99-cent smartphone apps, golf apparel, Japanese desserts. They all flopped, but he wasn't headed back to the...
    Read more ...