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New issues market looks to turn the page on a year when IPOs were tough to execute and priced at a discount.
Athene priced its IPO at $40 per share and investors are showing the love.
The Brazilian meat giant will list 85% of its business on the New York Stock Exchange, weeks after a major government shareholder objected to a similar plan.
Lions Gate looks to 'maximize' its investment in the premium cable channel through an offering or sale after taking on $2.9 billion in debt in connection with the Starz deal.
The five companies have a combined valuation of nearly $200 billion; by remaining private, they feel insulated from economic uncertainty and market volatility.
Is that tech IPO market getting frothy as the Nasdaq flirts with record highs?
As Snapchat's parent gets ready to go public, Facebook is pulling out all the stops to slow down its rival. Instagram, which just added live video support, looms large.
Technology initial public offerings can be risky, but this one is expected to live up to its enormous potential.
The messaging and photo-sharing application has limitations, which may prevent it from building its user base and attracting advertisers.
Responding to reports that Snapchat could go public next year, Jim Cramer says investors should expect a higher valuation than what's currently being discussed.
Snapchat may be one of the biggest technology IPOs in recent years, as the company files paperwork to go public at a potential price of up to $25 billion.
It's time to buy shares of iRhythm Technologies (IRTC), before the banks that underwrote its IPO begin issuing research reports on the stock.
China-based data services company GDS Holdings made its public trading debut on the Nasdaq Wednesday.
Last year, venture capitalists invested more than $72 billion in companies. That's nearly triple the amount of seven years ago.
Yum! Brands has finally spun off its China business. Here is what Yum! Brands CEO Greg Creed has planned now.