1. Why E-Commerce Disruptors Are Trading Like Brick-and-Mortar Dinosaurs: 1stDibs, a furniture-focused seller with a market capitalization of $240 million that’s already said it’s working with bankers on options that could include selling itself, is holding up slightly better than its peers. – Read More on The Information

2. When Climate Collaboration Is Treated as an Antitrust Violation:  Across Europe and the U.S., regulators are discussing whether corporate climate collaborations violate antitrust law. Companies need to keep an eye on this debate. – Read More on HBR

3. Lanvin Group Trims Valuation to $1 Billion Ahead of SPAC Listing: Lanvin trimmed its equity value to $1 billion from a previous $1.25 billion in March. The adjustment in part reflects a decline in the value of the euro in recent months and lower trading multiples of listed global luxury companies. – Read More on Bloomberg

4. IPO activity fell sharply in Q3 as stocks dipped, recession fears climbed: The number of IPOs throughout the world fell by more than 45% in the period from the same quarter in 2021. The total amount offered in those IPOs that did move ahead plunged by nearly $73 billion. – Read More on S&P Global

5. Half of ‘Big Retail’ Thinks Consumer Digital Experience Could Be Better: “The majority of U.S. and U.K. retailers have introduced or plan to adopt innovations to track omnichannel customer purchasing data,” with 48% percent of U.S. and U.K. retailers having already adopted this strategy. – Read More on PYMNTS