Nov 25- Chinese online game developer Giant Interactive Group Inc received a go-private offer from Chairman Yuzhu Shi and an affiliate of Baring Private Equity Asia, valuing the company at about $2.8 billion. Giant Interactive's shares were up 13.5 percent at $11.50 before the bell on Monday.
O'Charley's Restaurant is one of several companies showing unusual movement in Monday's trading session.
China will release its first-quarter GDP info on Thursday. What must you know?
Privately held publisher Codemasters is not a name that has traditionally rung a lot of bells with investors. But when an Indian investment firm announced it had bought a 50 percent stake in the company Monday, Codemasters quickly popped onto the Wall Street radar.
Wall Street investment banks, in one of their worst dry spells for I.P.O.'s, are scrambling to get more business from China, despite the risks of buying shares of Chinese companies and growing concerns that a bubble may be forming in Chinese listings.
The pipeline of initial public offerings for 2010 looks promising as private equity firms look to cash in on their investments after coming back to the nearly defunct market in the fall.
Following months of dry activity in the IPO market at the beginning of 2009, signs of investors' confidence in companies venturing into the ring continue to emerge.
It’s been quite a week for IPOs. In fact the market hasn’t seen anything like it for about 18 months. What should you know about them?
Lise Buyer of Class V Group and Kate Mitchell of Scale Venture Partners agreed that there will be more venture-backed IPOs in the coming months.
Following months of dry activity in the IPO market, signs of investors' confidence in new companies are starting to emerge. DigitalGlobe Inc., a satellite imagery provider to the government and commercial enterprises, raised $279.3 million in its initial public offering on Wednesday.
The street is anxious to draw more people back into the game. Cramer has picked out the next big IPO, which he thinks it would be valuable to get your hands on.
Amid a dry IPO market, Rosetta Stone's initial public offering is off to a positive start. The Arlington, Virginia-based company, which provides technology-based solutions for learning languages, raised $112.5 million during its initial public offering on Wednesday night.
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Another sign that the markets may be turning around is reflected in today’s initial public offering of the Chinese video game maker Changyou.com. Here's how it stacks up compared to other IPO's.