×

Business Events IPOs

  • The George Washington Statue in front of Federal Hall on Wall Street is engulfed in a cloud of steam.

    Right now we have 12 deals in the pipeline, according to Renaissance Capital.

  • Options Action: Tech IPO surge coming?

    Discussing expectations surrounding upcoming "mega unicorn" IPOs with "Fast Money" trader Dan Nathan.

  • IPO market thawing in 2017?

    CNBC's Bob Pisani reports on IPOs in the pipeline for 2017, including Keane Group as the first IPO of the year. With the "Fast Money" traders.

  • Sistema President & CEO, Mikhail Shamolin explains why Moscow is the best place for the Detsky Mir IPO.

  • SAN FRANCISCO/ NEW YORK, Jan 19- This past November, Nasdaq Inc hired a helicopter to film Manhattan's skyline using Snapchat's new video-camera sunglasses and sent the aerial footage to its social media followers. Snap Inc, Snapchat's parent company, is eyeing a spring debut that may peg its value as high as $25 billion, sources have told Reuters.

  • More mining floats in Australia in 2017: Expert

    Philip Alexander, Jacanda Capital, says that the window for small tech floats is closing in the market.

  • SAN FRANCISCO, Jan 18- After a marathon search lasting more than a year, Silicon Valley company DocuSign announced on Wednesday it hired a new chief executive. DocuSign, a $3 billion company that makes software to add legally compliant electronic signatures to documents, hired Dan Springer to take the top job. Keith Krach, who has served as DocuSign's CEO for more...

  • NYSE's Farley: Corporate taxes number one issue for CEOs

    Tom Farley, NYSE Group president, discusses the topics he is hearing and talking about with corporate leaders, and shares his outlook on IPOs.

  • Evan Spiegel, co-founder and CEO of Snapchat

    Steve Brotman, Alpha Venture Partners, discusses reports of Snap Inc.'s "founder-friendly" IPO, and the lack of voting rights for its investors.

  • The company, which was taken private by Apollo Global Management LLC for about $3.1 billion in 2007, had sought to raise $100 million when it filed for its IPO in May 2013. The Hoffman Estates, Illinois- based company missed a $77 million interest payment in September and received a waiver under its U.S. credit agreement amid debt exchange talks with a lender,...

  • The company, which is owned by Apollo Management VI LP, had sought to raise $100 million when it filed for its IPO in May 2013.

  • HONG KONG, Jan 17- Hong Kong's securities regulator has filed a suit against Standard Chartered Plc, UBS Group AG and four other parties over the 2009 IPO of timber company China Forestry Holdings Co Ltd, according to court documents. The Securities and Futures Commission is seeking unspecified damages for "market misconduct" over the IPO prospectus of China...

  • Expect an IPO later this year: Russian retail CEO

    Ulmart Chairman Dmitry Kostygin weighs in on his company's IPO plans.

  • MOSCOW, Jan 16- Children's goods retailer Detsky Mir is planning an initial public offering in Moscow, hoping to cash in on an improved appetite for investing in Russia after a recovery in oil prices and signs that the country's economy is stabilizing. President-elect Donald Trump will ease sanctions on Moscow. Detsky Mir's having the confidence to come to...

  • SAO PAULO, Jan 16- Movida Participações SA has set the price range for an initial public offering at between 8.90 and 11.30 reais per share in a deal that could help the Brazilian car rental firm and a shareholder fetch as much as 1.184 billion reais from investors. Growing appetite for risk among local investors and hopes that President Michel Temer will...

  • BRASILIA, Jan 16- Brazilian car rental firm Movida Participações SA plans to sell shares in an initial public offering at between 8.9 reais and 11.3 reais, it said in a filing on Monday. Book building starts on Monday and ends on Feb. 6, and shares are expected to start trading in the Sao Paulo stock exchange on Feb. 8, according to the filing. Movida's IPO plan...

  • Harvey Spevak, chief executive officer of Equinox Fitness Club

    Harvey Spevak, Equinox CEO, weighs in on working with President-elect Donald Trump over the years, company growth and SoulCycle IPO.

  • Regulation is good for

    Phil Cox, head of EMEA and president of the UK Branch of Silicon Valley Bank, says fewer companies will be turning to the U.S. to raise funds.

  • Marc Benioff, CEO of SalesForce.

    Apttus, a U.S. software firm backed by some of Silicon Valley entrepreneurs, is planning to go public this year, the company's CEO told CNBC.

  • SHANGHAI, Jan 11- China stocks fell for the second day on Wednesday, pressured by an increase in equity supply and as investors took profits on state-owned stocks which had soared on reform hopes. China's securities regulator approved 14 IPO applications on Friday, which were expected to raise up to 4.8 billion yuan. The ChiNext Price Index, the benchmark index...