Stock-trading app Robinhood will raise over $2 billion in its Thursday initial public offering after pricing its shares at $38 apiece, the low end of the Menlo Park-based company’s price range, according to CNBC . The price values 8-year-old Robinhood at $32 billion, falling short of investor expectations. Some private investors had expected Robinhood to price its shares higher after...
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As a Kid, Samantha John Recoiled From Videogames. Now She’s Teaching Kids to Code Them
This is “My Life’s Work,” a series about the unique life experiences that influenced the careers of tech founders and executives. Interviews have been edited and condensed for clarity. For the past decade, Samantha John, 35, and her co-founder, Jocelyn Leavitt, have been helping kids learn to code. Their app, Hopscotch, teaches children programming as they create their own...
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