GoDaddy updates S-1, but it doesn’t include final 2014 financials.
GoDaddy filed an amended S-1 statement with the Securities & Exchange Commission today.
I’ll save you a couple hours of combing over the new document for changes…there aren’t many, unless you’re fascinated by GoDaddy’s corporate and shareholder structure and its investors’ plans to minimize taxes.
Using Intelligize’s Smart Compare feature, I compared the current S-1 to the previous one filed November 17. Essentially, the majority of changes are related to tax distributions and Tax Receivable Agreements (TRAs).
The filing doesn’t include full year results for 2014, which I expect to be filed within the next few weeks. I’ll write about the updated results when they become available.
GoDaddy is expected to go public in the first half of this year.