Uber Uber: Amazon and Stock Grants

uber uber: Remember that the Facebook and Amazon post-IPO trading was incredibly difficult for those companies, according to Market Watch. And look at how they have delivered since. The good cheer was likely needed as employees some of whom received stock grants at higher prices than even the IPO price, much less the current going rate started slashing their expected returns with Uber UBER, 7.71%stock falling more than 10% Monday. Our road will be the same. Amazon's AMZN, 0.96% large losses and avowed disinterest in valuing profitability instead of building for the future hurt it with investors for years after the dot-com crash, before continuing revenue growth and the launch of the Amazon Web Services cloud-computing service helped prices to recover and eventually soar again. Facebook FB, -0.45% the last U.S. tech company to bring in more money in an IPO than Uber, struggled mightily in its first year on Wall Street amid doubts that it would survive the massive shift to mobile that was hitting warp speed when it went public in 2012. (news.financializer.com). As reported in the news.

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