Business Events IPOs


  • Oct 20- Altice USA, the cable operator that Netherlands- based Altice NV put together by acquiring Cablevision and Suddenlink Communications, is drawing up plans for a potential initial public offering, according to people familiar with the matter. Altice USA, which is now valued at between $25 billion and $30 billion, plans to invite investment banks to make...


  • NYSE IPO next week

    CNBC's Bob Pisani looks ahead at what's moving markets this morning, including ZTO Express and Acushnet Holdings.

  • David Solomon, Goldman Sachs

    The lack of transformative mergers and acquisitions may be due to increased caution among corporate boards, said a bank executive.

  • FRANKFURT, Oct 19- Four years since being taken private after two abortive mergers, British banking software firm Misys is struggling to convince investors it should be valued in line with rival Temenos as it readies to list shares in London. U.S. buyout firm Vista Equity Partners, which bought Misys for 1.27 billion pounds in 2012, put it up for sale in 2014 but has...

  • Rig supervisor David Crow shows off the oil rig he manages for Elevation Resources at the Permian Basin drilling site in Andrews County, Texas.

    Founded by a retired NFL player and his high school buddy — the Fort Worth oil and gas company is now worth nearly $3 billion.

  • Oct 17- Golf products maker Acushnet Holdings Corp is looking to raise as much as $464 million in an initial public offering, which could potentially value the company at up to $1.78 billion. The Fairhaven, Massachusetts- based company will list its stock on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol "GOLF", Acushnet said in a regulatory filing.

  • LONDON, Oct 17- Waste management specialist Biffa priced its initial public offering at a lower than expected level on Monday, highlighting continuing difficulties faced by companies seeking to raise cash on European capital markets. Biffa priced its London listing at 180 pence per share, giving a market capitalisation of 450 million pounds.

  • TOKYO— The Japanese government expects to raise 416 billion yen from the initial public offering of 160 million shares of Kyushu Railway Co., or JR Kyushu, the latest in the privatization of this nation's prized train operations. Japan's southwestern main island of Kyushu has a bullet train line and other, less successful local trains. The share offering is...

  • IPO pipeline from China still robust: Nasdaq

    Bob McCooey, SVP at Nasdaq, talks about the Chinese companies that have chosen U.S. listings on the Nasdaq and what 2017 might bring.

  • ZTO's IPO later this month, which could raise as much as $1.5 billion, is the latest example of a Chinese company seeking to capitalize on its growth prospects to lure Western investors, while also avoiding the red tape associated with launching IPOs in mainland China. China is the world's largest express delivery market, with 21 billion parcels delivered in...

  • Snapchat preps for IPO

    It's all about video, says Ajay Chopra, Trinity Ventures, weighing in on Snapchat's pending initial public offering and its appeal to millennials.

  • Oct 13- Aryaka, a provider of cloud-based private network for companies, plans to go public in 2018, aiming for a valuation of more than $1 billion, Chief Executive Shawn Farshchi said. Aryaka, which helps enterprises connect branch offices around the world, expects annual recurring revenue of $50 million by the end of 2016, doubling to $102 million by the end of...

  • A concerned group of New York-based citizens, professionals, artists and activist groups staged a protest vs Wells Fargo's corporate headquarters for crimes against the American public.

    When Wall Street reports earnings, investors and analysts will focus on loan growth, expenses and capital markets activity.

  • Snapchat

    The newest generation of technology darlings has signaled that it is about to come of age, NYT reports.

  • Oct 13- Auto parts maker TI Fluid Systems said on Thursday it had canceled plans to list on the London stock exchange, the latest company to abandon an initial public offering and blame volatile markets. Although stock markets are riding high- normally a good sign for new issues- investors are wary of turbulence amid a faltering global economy and following...

  • The company, based in Oxford, England but incorporated in the United States, said last month that it expected to raise about 600 million euros by listing in London. Two other companies in Europe- UK gym operator Pure Gym and German real estate company OfficeFirst- also cancelled IPO plans on Tuesday due to unfavourable conditions. London's blue chip stock index...

  • The banks were notified earlier this week that they had been awarded one of most coveted and potentially lucrative IPO mandates in recent years, as the Venice, California- based company vies for a $25 billion valuation in the stock market. Snapchat, whose parent is Snap Inc, and the banks were not immediately available to comment on the news first reported by...