Starry debuts on New York Stock Exchange
Industry Announcements, , 3/29/2022
BOSTON – Starry, Inc. (the "Company" or "Starry"), a next generation licensed fixed wireless technology developer and internet service provider, today became a publicly listed company trading on the New York Stock Exchange ("NYSE") with its Class A common stock under the new ticker symbol "STRY." Starry completed the previously announced transaction with FirstMark Horizon Acquisition Corp. on March 29, 2022.
Starry's executive management team and co-founding team were on-hand for the ringing of the opening bell at NYSE on March 29, 2022, to celebrate the company's public listing.
Starry believes broadband is essential and is committed to delivering on its mission – offering customers a superior internet service that is fast, reliable, uncapped and competitively-priced, while also working to improve digital access and equity. Starry has successfully deployed its gigabit network in six U.S. cities including Boston, New York, Los Angeles, Washington D.C., Denver, and Columbus, OH – covering more than 5.3 million households. As a publicly listed company, Starry intends to further develop its offerings and expand its network to bring better broadband to more Americans.
Starry's executive leadership team spans decades of experience across a diverse set of technology and telecommunications companies and includes:
Starry's new Board of Directors likewise delivers diverse breadth of industry expertise and consists of:
Read the full press release here.
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