Silicon Valley Rejoices! The Republican Tax Bill Finally Addressed The Long Standing AMT Issue with Stock Options

With all of the political disagreement on the recently passed tax legislation, some of the subtle changes within the bill have not been significantly discussed. As part of the “To provide for reconciliation pursuant to titles II and V of the concurrent resolution on the budget for the fiscal year 2018” bill, a certain provision...
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Uber Versus Lyft – Which Stock Would You Rather Own?

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2017 has been a chaotic year for the two most well-known ride-sharing companies.  Uber has experienced a tumultuous year resulting in some negative press, the loss of their CEO and a decreased valuation (accordingly to some). Lyft has experienced the opposite. Lyft recently raised another $500 million at an increased valuation of $7.5 billion. https://www.recode.net/2017/4/6/15208672/lyft-value-ride-hail-funding-500-million....
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Roku’s S-1 Made Public Today – Looking to Raise North of $200 Million

Roku, one of the leading digital streaming businesses, is looking to raise somewhere around $204 million when it IPO’s in the near future. It was initial reported that the raise would be somewhere around $100 million https://www.cnbc.com/2017/09/01/roku-files-for-ipo-of-up-to-100-million-dollars.html but with a target share price of $12-$14 – the raise will be more than double. https://techcrunch.com/2017/09/18/roku-looks-to-raise-204-million-in-ipo/ The...
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Blue Apron Employees: Now May Be the Time to Exercise Your Stock Options

On June 29, Blue Apron, trading on the NYSE as APRN, went public in a much-anticipated IPO. The results, however, have not been great. After initially targeting an offering price of $15-$17, Blue Apron dropped the price to $10 before the IPO, and the price has subsequently fallen even further, closing at $7.14 on July...
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