Business Events IPOs

  • NYSE President on IPO market

    CNBC's Bob Pisani speaks to NYSE President Tom Farley on the process of preparing the book for Japanese messaging app Line, and the health of the IPO market.

  • Line: Biggest tech IPO of the year

    The "Squawk on the Street" traders discuss Line, a messaging app service.

  • Biggest tech IPO of 2016?

    CNBC's Susan Li reports on messaging app Line and its big IPO listing in both Tokyo and New York.

  • Characters from the Line messaging app are displayed inside Line Corp.'s LINE Friends Harajuku store on July 11, 2016 in Tokyo, Japan.

    Tokyo-based chat app Line launched in 2011, following a catastrophic earthquake and tsunami in Japan. Now it's about to go public.

  • Retail damage at Pisani's market open

    CNBC's Bob Pisani looks at Wednesday's mixed market open, the declines in insurance and retail stocks, and the upcoming IPO from Japanese messaging app Line.

  • Market is open for good IPOs: Pro

    Scott Kupor, Andreessen Horowitz managing partner discusses the public debut of Twilio and Line, noting while both IPOs are very different the market is open for good companies.

  • What's my Line? Perhaps the biggest tech IPO of the year

    CNBC's Susan Li takes a look at Japan's online chat app, Line which is set to debut on Thursday and could raise over one billion dollars.

  • Will IPO market thaw?

    Jeff Schumacher, BCG Digital Ventures CEO, discusses the outlook for the IPO market this year as well as venture capitalism.

  • Unicorn, celebration

    Unicorns, privately held companies valued at $1 billion or more, are receiving the lion's share of VC invested, a report reveals.

  • Line prices IPO at top of range

    The Japanese messaging app firm is now on course to raise up to $1.3-billion in its initial public offering.

  • Characters from the Line messaging app are displayed inside Line Corp.'s LINE Friends Harajuku store on July 11, 2016 in Tokyo, Japan.

    Japan's Line has priced its IPO at the top of its marketed range, putting the messaging app firm on course to raise up to $1.3 billion.

  • A Line character is seen at the LINE Friends Store in Harajuku fashion district in Tokyo, Japan, June 22, 2016. Line Corp., which operates Japan's dominant mobile-messaging application, is planning an initial public offering in Tokyo in July.

    Japan's Line Corp has priced its IPO at the top of its marketed range, putting the messaging app firm on course to raise up to $1.3 billion.

  • *Sets price of 3,300 yen/ share vs 2,900- 3,300 yen range. TOKYO, July 11- Japan's Line Corp has priced its IPO at the top of its marketed range, putting the messaging app firm on course to raise up to $1.3 billion and reflecting demand from investors keen on a rare opportunity to invest in a high-profile tech startup. It also comes as political and economic uncertainty...

  • *Sets price of 3,300 yen/ share vs 2,900- 3,300 yen range. Line set the IPO price at 3,300 yen per share, compared with its book-building range of 2,900- 3,300 yen, a filing with Japan's finance ministry showed on Monday. Line, owned by South Korea's Naver Corp, is set for a dual New York and Tokyo listing this week, raising funds and boosting its profile to ratchet up its...

  • TOKYO, July 11- Line Corp set the price for its initial public offering at the top of its marketing range, raising up to $1.3 billion, a regulatory filing showed on Monday, reflecting robust appetite for the Japanese messaging app firm. The company set the IPO price at 3,300 yen per share, compared with its book-building range of 2,900- 3,300 yen.

  • July 8- CBS Radio Inc filed for an initial public offering with U.S. securities regulators on Friday, months after its parent, CBS Corp, said it would explore strategic alternatives for its radio business. CBS Radio set a nominal fundraising target of $100 million in its filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. CBS Radio, which has over 117 radio...

  • CBS Radio files for IPO

    CNBC's Seema Mody reports that CBS Radio has filed for a public listing that could be worth up to $100 million.

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    The good news first: it's likely getting better. Of course, that comes as big banks try to rebound from the bad news: it's been the worst start to a year, on a number of metrics, since the global financial crisis.

  • IPOs getting their mojo back?

    CNBC's Bob Pisani reports on the IPO space and how a flurry of new listings may be signalling new life in the market.

  • Jeff Lawson, (C) Founder, CEO, & Chairman of Communications software provider Twilio Inc., rings the opening bell to celebrate his company's IPO at the New York Stock Exchange in New York City, June 23, 2016.

    A flurry of IPO filings at the end of last week brought the June total to 17, signaling a turnaround in the IPO market, Bob Pisani reports.