SpaceX CFO: No need to go public now, but when the Starship and Starlink businesses stabilize, we might take a look

by Peter B. de Selding

WASHINGTON — With a valuation of somewhere around $175 billion based on a December private sale of insider shares, SpaceX continues to fly free of the constraints that might make other companies look to going public.

This is a company that, according to Chief Financial Officer Bret Johnsen, has not used an investment bank “for any of the financings in my 13 years. We have just gone out and built the network” of investors. “The capital is available and it’s in a lot of different places these days.”

Johnsen . . .

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