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A slew of publicly-traded companies are racking up losses, but investors keep buying anyway [CNBC]

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PDF Profits are crucial to the growth of any company, but some of the biggest names in business today have yet to make money. Publicly-listed companies like electric carmaker Tesla and music streaming firm Spotify make billions in losses. Likewise, ride-hailing firm Uber lost $4.5 billion last year , but is gearing up for a highly anticipated public listing that will likely take place next year. Investors are not put off by unprofitable companies. In fact, the proportion of companies reporting losses before going public in the United States is at its highest since the dotcom boom in 2000. Last year, 76 percent of the companies that listed were unprofitable in the year before their initial public offerings , according to data compiled by Jay Ritter, a professor at the University of Florida's Warrington College of Business. That's lower than the 81 percent recorded in 2000, but still far higher than the four-decade average of 38 percent. The rapid gro [Read more]

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