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Business Events IPOs

  • NEW YORK, May 10- Snap Inc has many similarities with archrivals Facebook Inc and Twitter Inc, but shareholders are eager to avoid one in particular when the social media company reports earnings on Wednesday for the first time since its initial public offering: a plunging stock price. While Facebook's shares recovered from the drubbing within two quarters and...

  • Five Point Holdings goes public

    Emile Haddad, Five Point CEO, and Stuart Miller, Lennar CEO, discuss the road to IPO for Lennar spin-off, Five Point Holdings, as well as Chinese real estate investments.

  • Pret a Manger cafe.

    Pret A Manger's owner is considering an initial public offering in the United States, according to Bloomberg.

  • NEW YORK, May 10- Snap Inc has many similarities with archrivals Facebook Inc and Twitter Inc, but shareholders are eager to avoid one in particular when the social media company reports earnings on Wednesday for the first time since its initial public offering: a plunging stock price. The earnings report and subsequent conference call after the bell "will be...

  • Insurers increasing restructuring businesses

    CNBC's Gemma Acton speaks about AXA's decision to float a minority stake in its life insurance and asset management business in the U.S.

  • SAO PAULO, May 10- JBS SA, the world's largest meat processor, may postpone the New York listing of a global food processing unit originally expected for the second quarter because of lukewarm investor feedback after a scandal in Brazil, two people with knowledge of the situation said. The scandal broke weeks before JBS was due to launch the initial public...

  • G Medical Innovations debuts on the ASX

    Yacov Geva, CEO of G Medical Innovations, explains why the mobile healthcare company chose to IPO in Australia over other markets.

  • WASHINGTON, May 9- U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Jay Clayton unveiled his first major personnel decision on Tuesday, saying he had hired an attorney who worked on prominent initial public offerings to lead the SEC's division that oversees public company filings. The SEC said William Hinman, a retired partner at the Silicon Valley office of...

  • FMC CEO SAYS UNLIKELY TO SELL LITHIUM BUSINESS TO SINGLE BUYER; PLANNING IPO OR SPIN-OFF.

  • Stifel CEO: We need growth to drive market higher

    Ron Kruszewski, Stifel chairman & CEO, discusses current market valuations and themes.

  • The deal will help San Francisco- based Smule expand its foothold in Asia and puts it on course for an initial public offering that could come as soon as within the next year and a half. Tencent was joined by existing investors Adams Street Partners and Bessemer Ventures in the fundraising round, which gave Smule a valuation of $604 million, a source familiar with...

  • Adena Friedman

    Adena Friedman says there's a need to reassert the balance between the public and private markets.

  • *Pipeline expected to include Jin Air, Kyobo Life, Celltrion. HONG KONG/ SEOUL, May 4- South Korea has emerged as an unusual hot spot for initial public offerings this year, shooting up to the third most-active market in the world despite political upheaval and tensions with its neighbours. Investors have spent $3.7 billion in South Korea so far in 2017, behind U.S.

  • Ford: I would love to see a renaissance in IPO market

    CNBC's David Faber speaks with General Atlantic CEO Bill Ford about "unicorns" like Airbnb, Uber and Snap.

  • San Francisco- based Instacart raised $400 million in its latest financing round in March, boosting the company's valuation to $3.4 billion as investors showed more enthusiasm for a business model whose viability had long been in question. Instacart is backed by prominent venture capital firms such as Sequoia Capital, Khosla Ventures, Kleiner Perkins...

  • NEW YORK, May 3- Elon Musk's rocket company SpaceX has no plans for an initial public offering, the company's president said on Wednesday.

  • SPACEX PRESIDENT GWYNNE SHOTWELL SAYS THE COMPANY HAS NO PLANS FOR AN INITIAL PUBLIC OFFERING.

  • *Japan Post wrote down $3.6 bln of $4.9 bln Toll purchase. TOKYO/ SYDNEY, May 2- In February 2015, bankers working on Japan's biggest IPO in three decades woke to news that left them shaken. Just months ahead of its listing, state-owned Japan Post Holdings Co was buying Australian logistics firm Toll Holdings for A $6.5 billion, leaving underwriters scrambling to...

  • *Japan Post wrote down $3.6 bln of $4.9 bln Toll purchase. TOKYO/ SYDNEY, May 2- In February 2015, bankers working on Japan's biggest IPO in three decades woke to news that left them shaken. Just months ahead of its listing, state-owned Japan Post Holdings Co was buying Australian logistics firm Toll Holdings for A $6.5 billion, leaving underwriters scrambling to...

  • Cramer Remix: The shocking mystery behind Facebook & Apple

    Jim Cramer sliced into two huge tech stocks and made a juicy discovery when it comes to their earnings approach.