Hey there and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s endeavor capital-focused podcast, where we unpack the numbers behind the headings. This is Equity Monday, our short-form week-starter in which we discuss the weekend, aim to the week ahead, talk about some neat financing rounds, and dig into what is stuck on our minds. So, by section then: The Weekend: The market narrative seems to have actually changed from optimism to pessimism, impacting stock rates

and possibly

  • closing the IPO window some, after it had actually all of a sudden opened. Quibi news is out that isn’t great: The mobile-first launch that came throughout a lockdown hasn’t assisted the hugely-funded service that had to persuade the world that its content format was excellent. We calculate its reliable cost-per-subscriber number and it isn’t extremely excellent. The Week Ahead: Profits from Groupon and Oracle. The previous could tell us a bit about the health of the consumer perhaps? And Oracle is a

gamer in the cloud area, so

  • its incomes might assist us comprehend what’s up in that world. See, not whatever cloud-related originates from Seattle. And we keep in mind the grip of tech conferences that were postponed due to COVID-19, questioning what they might look like next year; do we ever go back to the way that things used to be? Funding Rounds : What’s On Our Minds: The Exchange launches today, which you can discover more about over on TechCrunch.com. We’ll add a link here in a bit, however< a href= "https://techcrunch.com/tag/the-exchange/"

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