• Company’s $9bn valuation is $3bn less than 2017 figure
  • Scrapbooking site to be followed by Airbnb, Uber and WeWork

Pinterest, the digital scrapbooking site, has became the latest Silicon Valley “unicorn” to publish details of its plans to go public.

The company’s initial regulatory filing would value the company at around $9bn, significantly less than previous valuations but a figure that could change if investors get behind the initial public offering (IPO).

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