Pure Storage Falls In Public Debut, CEO Optimistic

purestorage Pure Storage, the enterprise storage company, went public on the New York Stock Exchange Wednesday. After pricing at $17, shares traded down in its debut, closing the day at $16.01. CEO Scott Dietzen spoke to TechCrunch about why the company did an IPO during what has been a lackluster year for tech stocks. Read More

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