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Direct listings like Spotify's are rare, but the conditions in an ideal direct listing could mean they're ultimately better for investors once shares are listed.
Shares of companies that recently came public, including Slack, Fiverr, Chewy, Peloton and Uber, rose despite an overall down day for the markets.
The two investment firms and an office that invests on behalf of a family or families took a total of 14.4% of StepStone, Bloomberg reports.
The withdrawal of the IPO push by We Co. -- for now -- is going to make it tougher for all the billion-dollar Silicon Valley startups whose dream has been to reinvent commerce by creating a new supply of everything from hotel rooms to cars to clothing.
Peloton's unimpressive debut is yet another sign that investors are avoiding highly-valued, unprofitable firms as the capital markets tilt towards less risky investments.
Office-sharing company WeWork reportedly is halting new lease deals with property owners.
Hollywood's biggest talent agency reportedly decided to postpone its IPO amid market jitters and a weak appetite for shares.
Peloton Interactive, the connected fitness company, closes down more than 11% in its trading debut.
Jim Cramer breaks down Peloton's IPO and where he thinks investors can find underdogs in the market.
Amidst reports that WeWork co-founder Adam Neumann may be stripped of his CEO role, one analyst suggested the cost of a delayed IPO may be a slower rate of growth in the near term.
Budweiser APAC raising an estimated $5 billion in what is set to be the second richest IPO of 2019.
SoftBank-tied directors see Adam Neumann as trouble for the company that saw its IPO delayed and valuation slashed recently.
Delay follows steep devaluation of office space rental company.
Shares of cloud-based cybersecurity and networking company Cloudflare are priced at $15 a share, prepping it to bring in as much as $525 million in its public debut when it begins trading on Friday.
WeWork's parent company, We Co., will list its shares on Nasdaq amid sweeping changes in its governance as the shared-workspace provider moves closer to its highly scrutinized initial public offering.