How well did Klaviyo, Arm and Instacart actually do in their first test on the public markets?
Three recent tech IPOs just reported their financial performance for the first time as public companies. Going public often entails certain costs that can make newly-public companies appear massively unprofitable right out of the gate. The better these companies fare, the more (less) likely we are to see other private tech shops try to follow suit.
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