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In a good sign for the tech industry, tech unicorn Nutanix is having a huge first-day pop on its IPO (NTNX)

Ten months after filing its paperwork to go public, Nutanix finally had its initial public offering on Friday, and the entire tech industry is relieved. Its IPO popped, at one point up over 100%, with shares trading at around $33 compared with its $16 initial price. That values the company at well over $4 billion, and the stock is still rising as we write this. The entire tech industry was watching.
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