Last week, Adyen announced plans to go public in June on the Amsterdam stock exchange at a valuation between $7-$11 billion.
Rover's valuation increased to $970 million after the company raised $155 million.
Uber was holding a $600 million secondary sale at a $62 billion valuation. The company also generated $2.5 billion in revenue in Q1 2018 (a 67% increase relative to revenue in Q1 2017) and earned $304 million in net loss in Q1 2018 (roughly 50% decrease compared to net loss in Q1 2017).
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"Payments Firm Adyen Plans June Listing Amid Flurry of Deals"
"Dog-sitting Startup Rover Just Raised $155M"
"Uber’s Raising up to $600M in a Secondary Round at $62B Valuation, Q1 Sales Grew to $2.5B"