Pushpay's great big $800m sell off

Pushpay's great big $800m sell off
Founder Chris Heaslip and the founder of another business bought by Pushpay, Chris Fowler, together sold almost $100m worth of shares. (Image: Supplied)
Dan Brunskill
Since the start of the year, Pushpay Holdings has had an exodus of the people who built the business.This comes as the company's growth rate slows with the pandemic subsiding in its main USA market.While analysts remain moderately positive on the business, the number of shares sold by those in the heart of the business over the past year gives investors reason to be cautious.Former chief executive Bruce Gordon stepped down from the board last month and recently sold the majority of his multi-million-dollar stake in the company – havin...

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