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Business Insider CEO Henry Blodget, weighs in on mobile payments company Square's IPO.
CNBC's Bob Pisani, and Thomas Farley, NYSE Group president talk about the benefits of Square going public, and shares his thoughts on the overall health of the IPO market.
Greg Blatt, Match Group chairman, talks about his company's initial offering price and the growth of online dating. Also Blatt weighs in on what's happening at Tinder. Tinder really opened up the entire twenties population, says Blatt.
CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports on the initial public offering of Match and Square and weighs in on the overall IPO market.
Match Group, owned by media mogul Barry Diller's IAC/InterActiveCorp, has developed online dating sites that work well on smartphones, attracting busy young professionals that are highly coveted by advertisers. Shares of the Dallas, Texas- based Match Group will start trading on the Nasdaq stock market on Thursday under the ticker "MTCH."
A Match Group spokesman did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Match Group generated around $753 million in revenue in the first nine months of 2015, a 16 percent jump over the same period in 2014.. In July, Match Group agreed to buy dating site PlentyOfFish for $575 million.
The IPO priced at $9 per share late Wednesday, according to published reports, below a target of $11 to $13 that Square set last week. Before paying its investment bankers and other fees, Square raised $231 million in the IPO, instead of the $282 million to $346 million that the San Francisco company had been seeking. Wall Street so far seems to have little confidence...
Francis Gaskins, president and editor of IPOdesktop.com, says institutional investors had pressured Square to price its IPO at $9 per share.
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov 18- Mobile payments company Square Inc priced shares at $9 late on Wednesday, according to people familiar with the matter, further discounting the company's valuation before it begins trading Thursday morning. Square has raised $243.5 million in its Wall Street debut, about $80 million less than expected. San Francisco- based Square, led by...
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov 18- Mobile payments company Square Inc priced shares at $9 late Wednesday, according to a source, further discounting the company's valuation before it begins trading Thursday morning. Square has raised $279.5 million in its Wall Street debut, close to $100 million less than expected. San Francisco- based Square, led by CEO Jack Dorsey, earlier...
Rich Peterson, S&P Capital IQ, provides perspective to the IPO market and why he is bearish.
CNBC's Dom Chu details the successes and failures of recent IPOs, many of which have dipped below their initial opening trades.
Mobile payments company Square priced its initial public offering Wednesday at $9 per share, below the price range it previously outlined.
CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports that the Square IPO is likely to price below range, according to courses.
Manuel Henriquez, Chairman and CEO of Hercules Tech Growth Capital, discusses Square's challenges toward growth.
NEW YORK— Univision is the latest media company to offer a streaming service as it prepares for an initial public offering. Following in the footsteps of HBO, CBS and Showtime, broadcast networks Univision and UniMás can now be streamed for $6 a month or $60 a year. Univision and UniMás are already available as part of a $5 add-on pack on Sling TV, Dish Network's...
ALMATY, Nov 18- Kazakhstan plans to sell stakes of at least 25 percent in 43 large state-owned companies via initial public offerings in 2016-17, the Samruk-Kazyna sovereign wealth fund said on Wednesday. Tau-ken Samruk has a 30 percent stake in Glencore- controlled zinc producer Kazzinc. Two sources close to the government told Reuters this month the...
China's economic slowdown isn't spooking Morgan Stanley, which has its eye on the mainland's "new economy."
Square is set to price its IPO next week. CNBC's Ari Levy and Jon Fortt, provide perspective to what they expect.
CNBC's Bob Pisani gives a special report on the IPO market.