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2016 is not shaping up to be a great year for Internet unicorns -- but if recent history is any indicator, not all is lost.
Equity and debt markets present opportunities for Apple, Alphabet, Cisco, Intel and others.
Big banks are partnering with tech startups and moving away from traditional banking. But the combination of the two raises serious concerns for the financial system.
These drugmakers are still filing IPOs because of a rapid fundraising cycle that has investors eager to bet on innovation.
The Spanish-language media group Univision has delayed a stock offering amid an inhospitable environment. But that may change in 2016.
2015 was a reasonable year for IPOs but not for traditional tech offerings. 2016 may not be much better.
The recent market volatility highlights tech's vulnerability in 2016. Expect valuations to decline steeply.
Cloud communications company Twilio could go public in early 2016. Here's why investing in it might be a good idea.
The repercussions of the December hike may soon be felt by many private tech start-ups in 2016.
There were bigger and better initial public offerings in the U.K. in 2015.
It was a disappointing year for initial public offerings except for Fitbit and GoDaddy, according to Renaissance Capital.
Farewells to U.S. stock exchanges will help Chinese firms prosper at home but erode investor access to the world’s largest economy.
Tech start-ups have grown in recent years, with many valued at $1 billion or more. But here are three reasons to worry.
Sure, the response to recent initial public offerings of technology companies hasn't been overwhelming, but one coming IPO warrants a closer look.
Chinese stocks have plunged over 5% the past week amid uncertainty over how far the government's cleanup campaign might go.