Weibo, often referred to as the Chinese version of Twitter TWTR, will begin trading on the Nasdaq Global Select Market after the company priced its initial public offering at the low end of its expected range.
Peer-to-peer lender Lending Club said on Thursday it has picked up the type of investors it would want when the company is taken public, after raising $65 million from T. Rowe Price, Wellington Management, Blackrock and Sands Capital
Platform Specialty Products, a specialty chemical company that was born from a special purpose acquisition vehicle founded by Jarden chairman Martin Franklin, said on Thursday it will buy Chemtura AgroSolutions from Chemtura for $1 billion in cash and stock.
GrubHub said on Wednesday it had settled with New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman on how the online food delivery service charges its restaurant users. Tips that customers pay will no longer be included in GrubHub's take from restaurants.
Bazaarvoice's $9 million acquisition of FeedMagnet may help the online customer review network expand its services to social media such as Instagram. The deal also marks a new M&A strategy for Bazaarvoice after the Department of Justice called the company's vertical acquisition of competitor PowerReviews "unlawful."
Moelis & Co., the newest investment bank to hit public stock markets, priced its initial public offering below an expected range, raising less money for the Kenneth Moelis-run M&A advisory firm
Alibaba profits more than doubled in 2013, as revenue grew 66%. The company said in March it would list shares in the U.S.
Comcast has agreed to a shareholder agreement with the New York State Common Retirement Fund to disclose its political spending made with corporate funds.
Twitter said on Tuesday it acquired Gnip, a longtime partner that evaluates social data, as the popular micro-blogging site seeks to bolster its analytic capabilities. The move is similar to other deals Twitter has cut within its ecosystem such as the 2011 acquisition of TweetDeck.
Google didn't disclose a purchase price for Titan Aerospace, which currently has about 20 workers and will remain headquartered in New Mexico, according to the WSJ.