Business Events IPOs


  • Feb 19- Logistics company ZTO Express is planning a U.S. initial public offering that could be the biggest U.S. listing by a Chinese company since ecommerce giant Alibaba Group Holding Ltd's $25 billion IPO, the Wall Street Journal reported. Shanghai- based ZTO Express could raise between $1 billion and $2 billion by later this year or early 2017, the Journal...

  • Feb 19- Logistics company ZTO Express is planning a U.S. initial public offering, that could be the biggest U.S. listing by a Chinese company since e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding Ltd's $25 billion IPO, the Wall Street Journal reported.

  • Going public is like growing up: Ganesan

    Venky Ganesan, Managing Director of Menlo Ventures, looks at the state of venture capital in tech right now and the lack of IPOs.

  • SAN FRANCISCO, Feb 16- This winter was supposed to be Nutanix's time to shine. Eric Jensen, an IPO attorney for Cooley LLP, said his firm has "a pretty significant pipeline of deals," with about 32 companies that have filed with regulators for IPOs, either confidentially or publicly. IPO experts also say they expect more startups will get acquired cheaply, and go the way...

  • ASX

    Elmer Funke Kupper, MD & CEO of the ASX, says H1 was positive with 77 new listings, but the IPO pipeline is set to soften in H2.

  • Cramer Remix: Why companies are scared of IPOs

    “Mad Money” host Jim Cramer explains what’s stopping companies from going public this year.

  • Feb 10- Waste collection company Advance Disposal Services Inc has decided to delay a $471 million initial public offering that was scheduled to price on Wednesday, due to stock market volatility, people familiar with the matter said. Airport restaurant operator OTG EXP Inc, which had been looking to raise as much as $585 million in its IPO, announced its...

  • What to do when tech stocks tank

    Ellie Wheeler, Greycroft Partners, takes a look at the impact of "tech wrecks" on the public and private markets.

  • US Foods files for IPO

    US Foods is set to list their IPO on NYSE under ticker "USFD"

  • The LinkedIn offices are shown at the company’s headquarters in Mountain View, Calif.

    For start-ups vying to trade on the public markets, Friday's technology sector rout may prove a cautionary tale.

  • Feb 5- Honest Co, an online shopping startup co-founded by actress Jessica Alba, is working with Goldman Sachs Group Inc and Morgan Stanley on an initial public offering, Bloomberg reported. The company was valued at about $1.7 billion based on a funding round last year, Bloomberg said on Friday, citing people familiar with the matter. The company raised about $100...

  • Case for staying private

    Discussing the health of the IPO market, with CNBC's Jon Fortt, and Joe Londsdale, data analytics firm Palantir founder, and venture capital firm Formation 8 partner.

  • Traders work the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

    History shows most moonshot IPOs trade down before an upward trajectory. Now may be the time to hunt for value in the tech junk heap.

  • SYDNEY, Feb 3- National Australia Bank Ltd on Wednesday announced the final price for the float of Clydesdale Bank Plc to institutional investors at 180 pence per share, saying this effectively concludes the demerger and IPO process. "We are pleased with the response from institutional investors to the IPO, including from NAB shareholders, despite the recent...

  • Bitcoin digital abstract

    The world's first fundraising for IPO of a company that "mines" bitcoins has raised $4.2 million — far off its target.

  • LONDON, Feb 2- National Australia Bank Ltd has delayed the float of Clydesdale Bank Plc by 24 hours to update its listing prospectus after a request for more information from a rating agency. Clydesdale, whose shares were priced at 180 pence on Monday, had received a request from an unnamed rating agency that could result in a downgrade of the bank's deposit rating,...

  • Crystal ball predictions

    It's not all gloom and doom for start-ups and their investors in 2016, says VC Sergio Monsalve. Here are his predictions.

  • Here's the decision for NAB shareholders

    NAB shareholders have to decide if they want to keep equity in the bank's U.K. assets, says Dennis Shore, NAB company monitor at Australian Shareholders' Association.

  • NAB just has to bite the bullet: ASA

    Dennis Shore, NAB company monitor from the Australian Shareholders' Association, sets out why NAB should get rid of its U.K. bank assets.

  • Tom Farley at the 2016 World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.

    "The pipeline is very big," NYSE's Tom Farley says.