• Robinhood's IPO filing reveals over 50 lawsuits related to trading restrictions it imposed during January's meme-stock madness

    27 days ago - By Business Insider

    Vlad Tenev, co-founder and co-CEO of investing app Robinhood.
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    Robinhood's IPO filing shows the company faces more than 50 legal complaints stemming from January's meme-stock trading.
    Customers were angered by Robinhood's move to temporarily stop users from buying certain stocks.
    Robinhood said it is cooperating with investigations by officials.
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    Retail trading platform Robinhood is facing more than 50 lawsuits stemming from the restrictions it put in place to manage the trading mania in January surrounding...
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  • Robinhood warns that a Dogecoin crash, 'limited operating experience,' and any new regulations could hurt its stock price

    27 days ago - By Business Insider

    Co-founder and co-CEO of Robinhood Vladimir Tenev in 2016.
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    Online trading company Robinhood filed for its initial public offering on Thursday.
    Its "risk factors" detail what could harm its business, and its investors, moving forward.
    The list includes regulation, hacks, the volatile crypto market, and its limited experience.
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    Robinhood, the free stock trading website, is officially going public. The company filed documents for an IPO with the Securities and Exchange Commission on Thursday, revealing...
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