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These three stocks have been on a tear since going public, but the party for them is far from over. Here's why you should move now.
Wall Street has initiated coverage on Ferrari, and analysts are expecting the stock to start hitting the gas.
GE, hit with a cash tax bill of $3.2 billion when it sold the last of its NBC Universal stake, is using a different strategy to exit credit-card firm Synchrony.
Here's everything investors need to know about the IPO of Tinder parent Match Group.
Instructure, a learning management software company, jumped in early trading as it launched its IPO.
No other candidate has outlined such an unabashedly tech-friendly economic agenda.
The Advent International-backed company blamed market conditions for its decision to shelve the public offering.
Don't gamble on Square's initial public offering. This Wall Street darling is overhyped and could very well come up 'snake eyes.'
Impact investing takes a twist with a new fund launched by Freedom Capital, which will invest in companies that socially responsible funds avoid.
Match, owned by Barry Diller's IAC Interactive, has already proven itself as a revenue-generator dominating the dating scene with its Tinder, OKCupid and PlentyOfFish apps.
Initial public offerings of Ferrari (RACE), Myokardia (MYOK) and Adesto (IOTS) may look enticing to investors who seek big returns in a turbulent market, but don't be gullible.
Nasdaq's purchase of SecondMarket and SharesPost signal its plans to expand in the ballooning market for unicorns like Pinterest, Shazam and Uber that have yet to go public.
Answering social media questioners on Wednesday, Jim Cramer was enthusiastic about the Ferrari IPO, but said the stock he prefers belongs to its majority owner, Fiat Chrysler.
Here's the straight scoop on why you should pass on grocery company Albertson's IPO if and when it happens.
Univision has become one of the best-known names in media, but a highly-leveraged balance sheet could put a damper on its otherwise compelling initial public offering.