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  • Commercial buildings stand illuminated in the Central business district of Hong Kong, China.

    The heat is on for the world's largest listing centers as Chinese tech stocks look to list next year, the FT reports.

  • Snap IPO 'smells like Twitter'

    Brian Hamilton at Sageworks weighs in on the anticipated Snap IPO in 2017, which he says is overvalued.

  • CircleUp CEO: Confident in these retail trends

    Ryan Caldbeck, CircleUp CEO, discusses how a Trump presidency will impact his platform.

  • Private market problems lead to public market trouble?

    Jessica Lessin, The Information founder, discusses high debt levels of private companies, and whether startup valuations are too high.

  • IPO market can expect 'unicorns' of all sizes in 2017: Pro

    Jackie Kelley, EY Americas IPO leader, shares her outlook on dealmaking next year, and whether this is the year Uber and Snap Inc. go public.

  • Dec 22- Baidu Inc, China's largest internet search company, plans an initial public offering of shares in its video-streaming site, iQiyi.com, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing people familiar with the matter. Baidu is considering listing iQiyi in either Hong Kong or in the United States next year and could raise about $1 billion through the IPO, the...

  • Robo 3D opened at A$0.15 ($0.11) per share after pricing at A$0.10 ($0.07) at its Thursday debut on the Australian Securities Exchange.

  • The US 3D printing start-up listing in Australia

    Braydon Moreno at Robo 3D talks about the company's listing on the ASX and competition in the 3D printing space.

  • SAN FRANCISCO, Dec 19- After the debacle that preceded the initial public offering of Facebook Inc in 2012, when the company's stock changed hands at wildly varying prices and with little oversight, the market in secondary trading in shares of hot startups has made a strong comeback. "A lot of companies learned from the headaches that Facebook had to deal with,"...

  • SAN FRANCISCO, Dec 19- After the debacle that preceded the initial public offering of Facebook Inc in 2012, when the company's stock changed hands at wildly varying prices and with little oversight, the market in secondary trading in shares of hot startups has made a strong comeback. "A lot of companies learned from the headaches that Facebook had to deal with,"...

  • Yatra debuts on the NASDAQ

    Dhruv Shringi, CEO of Yatra, talks about why the online travel portal chose to be listed on the NASDAQ and competition in the online travel space in India.

  • Pedestrians hold umbrellas while walking past a Snapchat sign displayed outside of the New York Stock Exchange.

    Technology has been the best performing sector of IPO market, but over 100 highly valued big tech names have sat dormant for several years.

  • Did low interest rates hurt IPOs?

    Kathleen Smith, Renaissance Capital, look at what the IPO market holds for 2017, and whether it will be better than 2016.

  • 2016 bad year for IPOs

    CNBC's Bob Pisani reports that 2016 was not a good year for initial public offerings, and offers his outlook for 2017.

  • Big Sofa raised £6.1M ahead of AIM IPO listing

    Video analytics firm Big Sofa has made its debut on London’s Alternative Investment Market (AIM). CEO Simon Lidington talks about the IPO.

  • Dec 16- U.S. tax accounting software company Avalara Inc has interviewed banks to help prepare for an initial public offering that could come in 2017 and value the company at roughly $1 billion, people familiar with the matter said on Friday. Avalara spokeswoman Sheri Renner declined to comment on "future financings." The Seattle- based company has raised more...

  • Trivago CEO on IPO

    Trivago CEO Rolf Schrömgens discusses the company's initial public offering and opportunities in the online travel industry.

  • Start up investment

    After a poor 2016 for initial public offerings, the outlook for 2017 is much more upbeat as economies grow stronger, say experts from EY.

  • Dec 16- Shares of Trivago rose as much as 10.7 percent in their debut on Friday, valuing the hotel booking platform at about $2.89 billion. Düsseldorf, Germany- based Trivago's stock rose to a high of $12.18 in early trading. Trivago, which is mostly owned by U.S. online travel firm Expedia Inc, offered 26.1 million American depository shares at $11 each on Thursday,...