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Hey and welcome again to Fairness, TechCrunch’s enterprise capital-focused podcast, the place we unpack the numbers behind the headlines.

Kate and Alex have been right here yesterday to dig into the Uber IPO submitting; for right now’s episode, we put that apart and mentioned the whole lot else that occurred this week. Fortunate for us, for the second half of our Thursday podcast-a-thon, the superb Phil Libin joined us. He was the right visitor for an IPO-heavy week.

Chances are you’ll know Libin as a co-founder of Evernote, or a part of Common Catalyst, a enterprise store. What’s he so far? We took the time to let him clarify it, so hear up and also you’ll discover out.

This week we talked about a number of different IPO outcomes, together with what’s occurring with Lyft’s inventory value (it’s taking place and Uber’s anticipated IPO value vary isn’t serving to) within the wake of the corporate’s personal massively profitable IPO (by way of capital raised). Lyft could also be shedding altitude due merely to hype sporting off however no less than now we perceive how necessary its first earnings name can be.

We turned subsequent to Pinterest, the buzzy visible search engine that’s now being known as an ‘undercorn.’ We didn’t spend an excessive amount of time mocking the phrase, curiously, as an alternative, our visitor defined his philosophical stance on IPOs, on the whole. He spoke for some time and Alex and Kate nodded their heads in settlement. They particularly agreed together with his declare that corporations shouldn’t must sacrifice tradition for earnings, amen!

Staying on the IPO theme, PagerDuty was subsequent. It’s IPO efficiency has been enormous, and massive, and spectacular. And in a wave of appreciation in direction of everybody who has listened to the present for a very long time, we didn’t spend 14 minutes arguing about IPO pricing. You’re welcome!

We ended with Kate doing a rapid-fire assessment of all of the enterprise capital funds that introduced closes this week as a result of there have been so much, together with Gradual Ventures, Defy.VC and Texas’s LiveOak Enterprise Companions.

For those who’re already itching for extra Fairness, we’ve a sense subsequent week can be one other heavy information week with Pinterest and Zoom’s IPO on the docket.

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