Datto valuation tops $4bn after going public

Nima Green
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The MSP vendor has raised over half a billion dollars in its New York public debut

Datto has raised $594m after going public, hitting a valuation of over $4bn. The MSP-focused vendor's share price rose by 20 per cent on its first day of trading, before dropping back and ending...

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