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It’s Friday morning and I don’t would favor to dig into one more IPO prospectus. The startups don’t care despite the proven truth that, they’re in a angry amble to salvage to the public markets, journalists be damned.

This week, three billion-dollar enterprise-backed “unicorns” unveiled S-1 filings, the paperwork wanted to complete an IPO. First came WeWork, the $47 billion co-working broad beloved by SoftBank. Then came Cloudflare, a change that provides web security and denial-of-service protection for web sites. Then this morning, after all of us thought it used to be time for a breather, “teledentistry” firm SmileDirectClub made its filing public.

There’s hundreds to learn on each and every of these high-profile IPOs; right here’s a speedy finding out listing:

WeWork

WeWork unearths IPO filing
WeWork’s S-1 misses these three key substances
Making sense of WeWork’s S-1 (or making an are trying to)

Cloudflare

Cloudflare info for initial public offering
Cloudflare says eliminating customers take care of 8chan is an IPO ‘risk command’
In its IPO filing, Cloudflare thanks a third co-founder: Lee Holloway

SmileDirectClub
SmileDirectClub info to switch public amid considerations from dental associations

On to other issues…

Meet the startups in Y Combinator’s summer season batch
As it is probably you’ll presumably well presumably know, YC summer season demo days are next week. A whopping 176 corporations are expected to new and we’ll be there reporting are residing, as peculiar. In preparation, we’ve been cherry-selecting corporations in the most contemporary batch that hobby us. Here’s a explore at our most up-to-date — extra to come:

Fairness Podcast
This used to be a truly special week for Fairness. We taped two tall episodes, one in which we frolicked with Axios’ Dan Primack in Boston, the opposite that comprises me recording out of a New York City Blue Bottle Coffee at the moment after WeWork dropped its S-1 filing. You might maybe presumably well also hear to our most up-to-date episodesright hereandright here. Fairness drops every Friday at 6:00 am PT, so subscribe to us onApple PodcastsorSpotify.

Extra Crunch
In our most up-to-date installment of EC-1, in which whisk deep on an up-and-coming startup,TechCrunch’s Eric Peckham tells the founding fable of Kobalt, the world’s next tune tech unicorn. Here’s a passage from Peckham’s intensive piece: “You might maybe presumably well now now not possess heard of Kobalt sooner than, however you maybe make a choice with the tune it oversees on daily basis, if now now not nearly every hour. Combining a expertise platform to greater tune ownership rights and royalties of songs with a peculiar formula to representing musicians in their careers, Kobalt has risen from the ashes of the 2000 dot-com bubble to became a serious player in the streaming tune expertise. It’s the leading different to incumbent tune publishers (who signify songwriters) and is constructing a peculiar model document label for the growing ‘heart class’ of musicians around the world who’re stars within niche audiences.”