- Grocery delivery platform Instacart has confidentially submitted a draft registration statement on Form S-1 with the U.S. SEC.
- The company was valued at $39 billion in March 2021, but the valuation got slashed by 40% to $24 billion due to technology stocks’ sell off in 2022, CNBC reported.
- The company got a major boost during the Covid-19 pandemic as many consumers turned to online grocery orders.
- Instacart has started to explore options to expand beyond its core marketplace, the report added.
- The San Francisco-based startup did not disclose the size of its IPO or its pricing range.
Bank of the James Finl Gr (NASDAQ:BOTJ) reported quarterly earnings of $0.40 per share. This is a 17.65 percent increase over earnings of $0.34 per share from the same period last year.