The EMEA IPO market is showing signs of a rebound after a slow start in 2016. Gareth McCartney, head of equity syndicate at UBS, discusses.
DONG Energy CEO, Henrik Poulsen explains to CNBC how the company has evolved to overcome headwinds facing the energy industry.
Hans-Ole Jochumsen, president of Nasdaq, explains the significance of the DONG Energy IPO, which is listing today.
Henrik Poulsen, CEO of DONG Energy, discusses investors' interest in the company's IPO and addresses controversies that affected the firm
European IPO investors sitting on the sidelines until the Brexit referendum and Spanish election is over, says Dealogic's Domenico Positano.
Alan Patricof, Greycroft, believes the private market is as strong as its ever been and the IPO market is no longer the real alternative as an exit strategy.
Despite recent account hacks, tech investor and Shopkick co-founder Cyriac Roeding tells CNBC that security is the least of Twitter’s worries.
David Trujillo, partner at TPG, says a drought in the IPO market actually gives his investments a long-term advantage.
Food delivery start-up Blue Apron is considering going public, Bloomberg reports.
SEOUL, June 7- South Korea's Hotel Lotte Co Ltd on Tuesday cut the value of its planned IPO to a maximum 5.26 trillion won and pushed its stock exchange listing to July, after prosecutors opened a bribery investigation into a director. In the prospectus, Hotel Lotte said the bribery probe could harm its reputation and business. Hotel Lotte said it now expects its...
Ron Baron, Baron Capital chairman & CEO, shares his thoughts on the market.
SEOUL, June 7- South Korea's Hotel Lotte Co Ltd on Tuesday cut the value of its planned initial public offering, now worth up to 5.26 trillion won, and said a bribery investigation of a company director could affect its business. The company delayed an investor roadshow that was due to begin on Monday after Seoul prosecutors on Thursday raided the offices of its...
Guy Kawasaki, former Apple chief evangelist, says the lull in IPOs is no indication of success for young Silicon Valley companies.
TPG partner David Trujillo, says the IPO drought is not changing his investments. Trujillo led the private equity firm's investments in Airbnb, Uber and other companies.
M.G. Siegler, Google Ventures GP, discusses the state of the IPO market and early-stage investments in tech.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on the investors behind big disruptors in Silicon Valley.
Terrence Kawaja, LUMA Partners CEO, and Guy Kawasaki, Canva Chief Evangelist and Former Apple Chief Evangelist, discuss venture capital and the IPO market.
The rapid pace of innovation is helping start-ups with breakthrough ideas and business models disrupt the status quo and woo investors.
CANADA'S REAL MATTERS TO RAISE AT LEAST C $100 MILLION IN FALL IPO- SOURCES.
Line is aiming to raise about $3bn in a dual Tokyo-New York listing, as the Japanese messaging app looks to arm itself against rivals.