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Uber, Airbnb, Palantir Technologies and WeWork are among the big tech companies likely to go public.
5G could be a $1.23 trillion industry by 2026, Ericsson predicts.
M&A continued as a key influence for European stocks while politics also returned to the fore as polls narrowed in favor of Le Pen
U.S. stock futures trade mixed Wednesday after Wall Street smashed records again on Tuesday, closing at all-time highs for the fourth session in a row.
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Stock up some 22% in after-hours trading on M&A news.
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SoftBank leads a $750 million funding round for the Singapore-based ride-hailing platform, declaring it the clear winner in a region which Uber is also targeting.
Stocks rise to new records on Monday with only slight effort as a rally in tech helps to offset weakness in oil and political uncertainty in Turkey.
Stocks are on track to close at records again on Monday as a rally in tech drives markets higher.
European markets close modestly higher following calm session.
Stocks are modestly higher on Monday, led by a rally in tech driven by the acquisition of ARM Holdings.
Stock futures edge higher on Monday ahead of a busy week on the earnings calendar.
Takeover excitement after ARM's $32 billion SoftBank offer pulls the FTSE 100 higher, though travel stocks decline after the Turkey uprising.
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U.S. stock futures are pointing higher Monday ahead of earnings from the banking and tech sector and as investors largely shrug off a failed coup attempt in Turkey.
SoftBank (SFTBF) announced that COO Nikesh Arora will step down, altering the leadership succession plans for the Japanese technology company.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has his Twitter and Pinterest accounts hacked, while Japan-based Line gears up for this year's largest tech IPO. Why is SoftBank selling so many stakes?
The Japanese owner of Sprint increases a sale of Alibaba securities to $10 billion in a bid to cut its debt.
Policymakers stand pat on rates and say they will begin a program of corporate bond buying on June 8.
The Hennessy Japan Fund (HJPNX) is up 8% this year, even though the appreciating yen has caused the Nikkei 225 Index to drop more than 8%.
Wall Street closes out Monday mixed with the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average extending their gains into a fifth session.
Stocks extend losses by late in Monday's session as high-momentum names in the tech space weigh on the S&P 500 and Nasdaq.
U.S. stocks turned mixed by the middle of the session on Monday, but higher crude prices lifted the energy sector.
Sprint's stock has been under pressure but received a lift after Softbank announced a share buyback, pledging to use the cash to help the telecom company pay off its debt.
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The online retailer of luxury goods Gilt Groupe has raised nearly $290 million in venture capital since 2007 and was once valued at as much as $1 billion.