Allbirds files for IPO but remains loss-making, plans to open up new apparel categories


Allbirds, the B Corporation-certified San-Francisco-based footwear and apparel brand, has filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission for an initial public offering. The document lists the size of the transaction at $100 million, which is an estimate used only to set the registration fee of $10,910. Allbirds was last ...

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