We look at how dual-class and single-class share structure affects company valuation and market performance.
Data & research
We are excited to partner with Pitchbook and NVCA to provide the definitive review of the US venture capital ecosystem for 2019.
In 2019, we saw an estimated $5B in notional volume in the tender offer market alone. Several indicators suggest this deal velocity is here to stay in 2020 and beyond.
On November 4th at Fort Mason in San Francisco, hundreds of people came together for the first-ever Table Stakes event to discuss the launch of the Table Stakes initiative and release of Carta’s second annual gender equity gap report.
We caught up with former banker and current investor Alex Clayton to ask him some questions about metrics, high valuations, and what it takes for companies to go public.
See a summary of our second annual gender equity gap study here, and check out the full report (and learn more about what you can do) at tablestakes.com.
With increased access to capital, companies find staying private longer increasingly attractive. We decided to take a look behind these headlines and dig into the data.
Much has been said about the gender pay gap, but most publicly available research focuses on only one part of compensation: salary. But in startups, wealth is created through equity ownership on the cap table.