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Pet supplies retailer Petco has filed papers to go public. Here are three reasons why investors should sit up and take notice.
Some venture-backed private companies have been taking their sweet time to IPO lately, but with the recent market roller coaster, will they now rush toward an exit?
The weaker yuan helps U.S. consumer companies -- and consumers -- that get their goods from Chinese factories.
Planet Fitness recently went public, and investors are excited about it. But the stock isn't as healthy as it seems and should be avoided.
The recent Petco IPO announcement is the latest in a series of major private equity-backed public offerings made in recent years.
Ant Financial launched a new tool that tracks U.S. stock markets, but some prominent new ads suggest grander plans for the company.
The retailer hopes to profit on our love for our pets by using the opposite strategy of rival PetSmart, which was recently taken private.
Double-check your account balance after you make a deposit. Citizens Bank just agreed to pay almost $32 million to settle regulators' claims that it short-changed some customers.
Neiman Marcus files for $100 million IPO
Discount gym chain Planet Fitness is now a public company. CEO Chris Rondeau shares the secret to its success.
Amplify Brands, maker of the popular SkinnyPop popcorn, got a lukewarm reception to its IPO on Wednesday leaving CEO Thomas Ennis grasping for answers.
On Wednesday, better for you snacks company Amplify Brands had its IPO. Should investors eat up the stock?
Ferrari, the world's most famous car brands, goes public.
Wonder which company is going to have the next big IPO? Venture capital investors are throwing billions of dollars at these young companies.
The markets have been kind to investment banks that derive more of their revenues from advisory services.