16 May 2019

What's behind Pushpay's success and Uber's IPO flounders

From Nine To Noon, 11:06 am on 16 May 2019
An Uber banner adorns the facade of the New York Stock Exchange ahead of the ride sharing company's IPO.

An Uber banner adorns the facade of the New York Stock Exchange ahead of the ride sharing company's IPO. Photo: AFP/BRAZIL PHOTO PRESS

Ahead of Tech Week, technology commentator Sarah Putt looks at the success in the US of Kiwi company Pushpay - but why is its CEO and co-founder retiring?

And Uber has listed on Wall Street - but it didn't go well. Why isn't its model profitable?

She'll also talk to Kathryn about government steps to address the "digital divide" - why does it fall short of what's needed?

 

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