Snowflake isn’t the only buzzy upstart to cash in on investors’ enthusiasm for new software companies.
The latest: Unity Software, which makes programs for video game designers, priced its IPO at $52 per share on Thursday. The public offering will raise at least $1.3 billion. Just last week, the company said it expected to price shares between $34 and $42.
The stock is due to start trading Friday on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol “U.”
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