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Takeaway.com IPO today offers cheer in gloomy year for European exits

On the tail end of the third quarter, Amsterdam-based Takeaway.com launched its IPO today, delivering some good news to a European market that has had a rough year for exits. The company announced that it had priced its shares for an IPO that would give it a $1.1 billion valuation. From the initial price of €23, shares […]
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