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Why it is one to watch: As companies have shifted toward work-from-home in light of the pandemic, it’ll be interesting to see if investors begin to double down on remote work software.

Expected timing: On or around September 30th

Type: Direct Listing

S-1: Found here.

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The Justice Department's sign at a press conference. Photo by Bloomberg
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A sign for Palantir hangs over the New York Stock Exchange on the day it went public last month. Photo by Bloomberg.
An Asana sign at the New York Stock Exchange when the company went public last week. Photo by Bloomberg.
Palantir's sign hangs from the front of the New York Stock Exchange today. Photo by Bloomberg
Apple CEO Tim Cook during a videoconference congressional committee hearing in late July. Photo by Bloomberg.
Attorney-General William Barr. Photo by Bloomberg
From left: Snowflake's Frank Slootman, Palantir's Alexander Karp and Asana's Dustin Moskovitz. Photos by Snowflake, Bloomberg and Julie Mikos.
Nasdaq CEO Adena Friedman. Photo by Bloomberg.
Snowflake CEO Frank Slootman. Photo by Snowflake
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg testifying remotely at a House Judiciary Subcommittee hearing in July. Photo by Bloomberg
Asana co founders Dustin Moskovitz and Justin Rosenstein. Photo by AP
Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky. Photo by Bloomberg
Basecamp's David Heinemeier Hansson. Photo provided by Hansson
Snowflake CEO Frank Slootman. Photo by Snowflake
Casper CEO Philip Krim ringing a ceremonial bell  at the New York Stock Exchange the day Casper went public. Photo by AP