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TheStreet talks to representatives from the exchanges to explore what they are doing to entice companies, especially ahead of a number of big potential tech listings.
The struggling social media company could see some benefits by selling off its video-sharing app, rather than just killing it off.
The company that ships packages for Jack Ma's e-commerce giant is ready to follow suit with a public listing in the U.S.
The window may be finally opening wider in the tech IPO market after a quiet first half of the year.
The tech IPO market is white-hot, and Snap Inc. could use some extra funds to help maintain its momentum and fend off Facebook.
The world's most popular messaging app isn't as beholden to its minimalist philosophy as it used to be. That carries some downsides, but also provides big opportunities.
Potential buyers should beware of the social media giant and its still-unproven business model.
If the market closes weak today, it will be marked with an exclamation point.
RBA Governor Stevens cites a lower outlook for inflation than previously forecast among policymakers' reasoning.
The policy changes announced by WhatsApp today won't yield a lot of revenue right away. But they open the door to some lucrative long-term opportunities.
Slow economic growth in Europe is making U.S. technology firms more attractive as takeout plays, says David Golden, partner at Revolution Ventures.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said today that $235 billion would be injected into the economy.
The Nikkei 225 surges 9.2% this week, buoyed by strong performances by Nintendo and Line, as investors await a government stimulus package.
Line shares rise 32% on their debut day, valuing the company at more than $8.5 billion.
More than 80 people die after a truck drives into a crowd at high speed in the Mediterranean city.
Line jumps more than 26% in its public debut, also boosting the value of Facebook's WhatsApp. Alphabet's Google gets hit with another E.U. antitrust charge.
After Japanese messaging app Line (LN) started trading publicly today on the NYSE, CNBC's Josh Lipton discussed some of the other tech companies that may follow.
Line debuted for trading on Thursday and it's being met with a bevy of buyers.
The valuation being granted to Line in its Thursday IPO suggest just how valuable Facebook Messenger and WhatsApp could be if monetized well.
CNBC's Josh Lipton weighed the pros and cons of Japanese messaging app Line (LN) and its stock with Altimeter Group CEO Charlene Li.
A potential August rate cut from the Bank of England, a strong quarter from J.P.Morgan and the Line IPO are creating the excitement to take stocks higher says Jim Cramer.
Japanese company Line (LN) raised about $1.3 billion in this morning's initial public offering.
If investors like Line (LN), they should really love Facebook (FB), Jim Cramer contends.
The chat app company's debut is the largest global tech offering since Alibaba in 2014, but there are questions about its future growth potential.
LINE Corporation announced today that, after obtaining the necessary legal and regulatory approvals, it has listed its American Depositary Shares (ADS) issued under the following sponsored American Depositary Receipt (ADR)...
Stocks rise as Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen will deliver her first testimony to Congress.
European markets were positive this morning after Friday's strong performance and as the world waits for Janet Yellen's testimony to Congress later this week.