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Many of the start-ups gaining multibillion dollar valuations are feasting on the buffet of easy money in the private markets from venture capitalists, hedge funds and sovereign wealth funds. But a number also are deeply unprofitable, and in some cases, their growth was slowing. The struggles of Uber and Lyft only added to the doubts. Shares of both companies are trading below their I.
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The success of IPOs that are not in the highly competitive ridesharing business is a sign that investors are still hungry for new high-growth companies. But all that enthusiasm may not be warranted. They are losing so much money and they have no path to profitability," said Duncan Davidson, founding partner at Bullpen Capital, an early stage investing firm. Davidson said he thinks Slack should do well also, mainly because it's focused more on big businesses and not the hyper competitive and very price sensitive average consumer.