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  • Company will trade as 'SNAP' on NYSE

    CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports the latest on Snap Inc.'s IPO.

  • Feb 2- Snap Inc, owner of popular messaging service Snapchat, made many of its financial details public for the first time on Thursday as it prepared to raise up to $3 billion in an initial public offering. The Los Angeles- based company said it generated $404.5 million in sales in 2016, up from $58.7 million in 2015. It had a net loss of $514.6 million in 2016, up from a...

  • Snap will only sell non-voting shares

    CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports the latest on Snap Inc.'s IPO.

  • Snapchat co-founder and CEO Evan Spiegel

    CNBC's Julia Boorstin and Kayla Tausche report the latest surrounding Snap Inc.'s IPO.

  • CEO and co-founder of Snapchat Evan Spiegel

    The filing showed Snapchat's revenue growth is astounding — and so are its losses.

  • Feb 1- Some investment banks seeking to be added as underwriters to Snapchat owner Snap Inc's initial public offering registration document have been denied access to review it before it is made public this week, according to people familiar with the matter. For Wall Street banks, it pits their desire to appear on the front cover of this year's most high-profile...

  • MIDLAND, Texas, Feb 1- Endeavor Energy Resources LP, a privately-held Texas oil producer, is considering an initial public offering of stock to expand operations on more than 330,000 acres of land it controls in the booming Permian Basin. Exxon Mobil last month spent as much as $6.6 billion to double its holdings in the Permian. The IPO "is one of our options" for...

  • WEST TEXAS OIL FIRM ENDEAVOR CONSIDERS IPO TO FINANCE PERMIAN.

  • A home on Casaba Ave. in Canoga Park that Invitation Homes recently bought, fixed up and turned into a rental property.

    Invitation Homes, a Dallas-based single-family rental real estate investment trust, raised $1.54 billion in an initial public offering Tuesday. CEO John Bartling spoke to CNBC about the IPO.

  • Laureate, which was taken private by a consortium of investors in 2007, raised $490 million after pricing 35 million class A shares at $14 each, below their expected range of $17- $20. Laureate, which first filed to go public in October 2015, operates a network of more than 200 university campuses in 25 countries, with 95 percent of its students outside the United...

  • Laureate, which was taken private by a consortium of investors in 2007, raised $490 million after pricing 35 million class A shares at $14 each, below their expected range of $17- $20. For-profit higher education is currently a controversial and complex business in the United States, given the industry's reliance on government subsidies, regulatory scrutiny...

  • Feb 1- Shares of Invitation Homes Inc, which is backed by private equity firm Blackstone Group, rose as much as 1.6 percent in their market debut on Wednesday, valuing the largest U.S. home rental company at about $6.14 billion. The company raised $1.54 billion in its initial public offering on Tuesday, the largest by a U.S. real estate investment trust since...

  • A home on Casaba Ave. in Canoga Park that Invitation Homes recently bought, fixed up and turned into a rental property.

    Invitation Homes, the largest U.S. home rental company, raised $1.54 billion in an initial public offering on Tuesday.

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    Ivitation Homes, the largest U.S. home rental company, raised $1.54 billion in an initial public offering on Tuesday

  • CNBC first reported on Snap's NYSE selection. Snap's listing would likely only generate a few hundred thousand dollars in annual fees for NYSE. Yet it carries prestige that could help the exchange land more business, and follows other similar wins by NYSE over Nasdaq, which used to be seen as the natural choice for technology IPOs.

  • Exit outlook for 2017

    CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on the venture capital view on IPOs and exits from private investments.

  • People take pictures in front of the Snapchat headquarters in Los Angeles.

    The company could go public as early as March, if the current timeline holds.

  • Snap to choose NYSE for IPO - Source

    CNBC's Bob Pisani reports that Snap is planning to list its initial public offering at the New York Stock Exchange.

  • Snapchat co-founder and CEO Evan Spiegel

    The company will likely go public sometime in March, after a typical road show schedule that lasts nine weeks, Recode reports.

  • REV Group CEO: Manufacturing in the US is not complicated

    REV Group CEO Tim Sullivan speaks about the special vehicle manufacturer's initial public offering and the state of U.S. manufacturing.