Alphabet, Baidu, Microsoft and Qualcomm all notched up exits as the cloud services provider floated above a range that had already been increased.
The Alibaba and Foxconn-backed facial-recognition technology developer has filed for an offering that is reportedly set to raise $500m to $1bn.
Rajesh Swaminathan, head of Applied Ventures, spoke to GCV about his unit increasing its investment as it prepares to bring its New York engineering services facility online.
The SoftBank, Comcast and Alphabet-backed communication platform developer saw its shares pop and its market cap climb nearly 50% to $19.5bn following its direct listing.
SoftBank Vision Fund owns more than 7% of the enterprise messaging platform developer, which could list at a valuation near $17bn.
Zoom is floating above its range in an IPO in which Qualcomm will make an immediate $30.6m return, while Salesforce is buying $100m of shares through a private placement.
Slack has confidentially filed for a direct listing that will allow SoftBank Vision Fund, Comcast Ventures and Alphabet unit GV to sell shares.
A leading company in the e-signature and digital transaction management space, San Francisco-based DocuSign went public in April last year, with a market capitalization of $4.4bn.