SurveyMonkey Parent Offers IPO Details Publicly

The parent company of SurveyMonkey, SVMK Inc., publicly disclosed details of its initial public offering Wednesday, giving potential investors a first look into the company’s financials. The filing reveals a company whose losses contracted sharply from 2016 to 2017, though revenue for the do-it-yourself online survey company ticked up only slightly. SVMK made the IPO…

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NBA, MLB, PGA Tour Support Chuck Schumer’s Legalized Betting Proposal

John Locher/Associated Press The NBA, MLB and PGA Tour issued a joint statement Wednesday in support of U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer’s proposed framework for legalized gambling at the federal level. “As legalized sports betting spreads across the states, there is a need for consistent, nationwide integrity standards to safeguard the sports millions of fans love,”…

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Google, Facebook, Twitter chiefs called back to Senate Intelligence Committee

Twitter chief executive Jack Dorsey and Facebook chief operations officer Sheryl Sandberg will testify in an open hearing at the Senate Intelligence Committee next week, the committee’s chairman has confirmed. Larry Page, chief executive of Google parent company Alphabet, was also invited but has not confirmed his attendance, a committee spokesperson confirmed to TechCrunch. Sen.…

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Elon Musk astroturfing? SpaceX employees spoke at Boring Company town hall

The Boring Company is proposing an underground transport system linking Dodger Stadium to the rest of Los Angeles. Rob Leiter/Getty Images You might have heard that Elon Musk’s Boring Company wants to dig a short underground tunnel to Los Angeles’ Dodgers Stadium. Well, the Boring Company held a town meeting at the stadium on Tuesday night…

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