Hey there and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s endeavor capital-focused podcast(now on Twitter!), where we unpack thenumbers behind the headlines. We’re back out of series, due to the fact that literally every company you can call(well, practically)dropped an S-1 the other day We had to sit down and parse them out a bit. That so many filings dropped during the same 2 days when we had Y Combinator’s two-day Demonstration Day at the very same time meant that we were all a bit punch intoxicated, but we rallied. Natasha and Danny and Chris and myself all piled back onto the mics to dig through all the numbers. Here’s a rundown of the business we went through: Palantir, which filed its official S-1 during our recording session. Danny covered the majority of the news last Friday, however the general public doc is now live, so happy sleuthing. Unity’s < a href=" https://techcrunch.com/2020/08/24/unitys-ipo-numbers-look-pretty-unreal/ “> huge IPO that shows how big video gaming is. Natasha connected it to the more comprehensive Apple-Epic dust-up, and all of us reviled in its development outcomes.

  • Snowflake had Danny so ecstatic he was conjuring scripted segues, and we were all impressed at its historical development. Sure, it lost a great deal of money in 2015, but, hey, Snowflake has actually dialed that back too. And then there was Asana, a business I have actually covered quite a lot for many years. Our general take is that the business’s growth has actually been great,
  • if it is losing more money than we expected. Still, Asana could set a neat brand-new precedent of raising debt ahead of a direct listing. This is one to view. And after that we invested a little time on JFrog and Sumo Reasoning ( more here), due to the fact that we are nothing if not completionists. Got all of that? It was a lot of truths to getthrough, however we did our finest and we hope this assists.
  • More tomorrow as we talk Y Combinator with a special visitor host. Chat tomorrow!

    Article curated by RJ Shara from Source. RJ Shara is a Bay Area Radio Host (Radio Jockey) who talks about the startup ecosystem – entrepreneurs, investments, policies and more on her show The Silicon Dreams. The show streams on Radio Zindagi 1170AM on Mondays from 3.30 PM to 4 PM.