Wall Street pokes at start-up bubble as IPO dreams fizzle out

Topics Wall Streets | Wall Street | Uber

This was supposed to be the year when the US’ biggest start-ups would finally make their triumphant debut on the stock market. Billionaire Silicon Valley investors, sneaker-clad founders and button-down bankers all expected enormous stock sales to turn companies like Uber, Lyft and WeWork into a new generation of corporate giants. It hasn’t quite turned out that way.

Last week, WeWork postponed its planned initial public offering. Uber and Lyft sold shares earlier this year only to see their prices collapse. On Thursday,.

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