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  • AMSTERDAM— Shares in the lighting division of Dutch electronics giant Philips have soared, early on their first day of trading on the Amsterdam exchange. The price for Friday's initial public offering was set at 20 euros per share, giving the newly independent unit a market capitalization of 3 billion euros, but investors quickly drove the price up more than 7...

  • Philips Lighting IPO priced at €20 a share

    CNBC's Steve Sedgwick reports on the announced plans for the IPO of Philips' lighting unit.

  • What will Philips do next?

    Richard Saldanha, global equities fund manager at Aviva Investors, says it was the right thing for Philips to sell its lighting unit.

  • US Foods Holding Corp. shares rose more than 8 percent Thursday, a day after raising more than $1 billion by selling 44.4 million shares at $23 per share. IPO research and investment firm Renaissance Capital said that was the largest IPO by sales since October of 2013.. US Foods shares rose $1.91 to $24.91.

  • US Foods soars in debut

    CNBC's Mary Thompson reports on the companies that held IPOs today including U.S. Foods, the second-largest IPO this year.

  • *DONG sets price range of 84- 107 bln DKK for June 9 IPO. The company has grown rapidly since its creation 10 years ago, having built more than a quarter of the world's offshore wind farms with large projects in Britain and Germany. DONG has a handful of large attractive offshore projects in Britain and Germany for development until the end of the decade.

  • US Foods CEO discusses company innovations

    US Foods CEO Pietro Satriano discusses how they are embedding their business in the economy.

  • US Foods CEO on IPO

    US Foods CEO Pietro Satriano discusses their growth, market for independent restaurants and present goals.

  • US Foods IPO opens at $24.25 per share

    CNBC’s Mary Thompson is at Post 8 with the latest on US Foods, the second largest IPO of the year.

  • IPO watch, busiest week this year

    CNBC's Mary Thompson on the floor at the NYSE with what’s moving markets this morning.

  • Is private equity back to normal?

    Gareth McCartney, head of EMEA equity syndicate at UBS, discusses IPOs and says private equity activity has normalized after some years of restocking.

  • May 25- Initial public offerings are getting riskier and riskier, with increased volatility in earnings and share prices. This is not only bad news for investors in IPOs, but may also have significant repercussions on equities generally. Even within the same industries, successive cohorts use higher levels of intangible inputs, " Anup Srivastava of Dartmouth...

  • LONDON, May 23- Pakistan's stock exchange could see initial public offerings of power sector projects amounting to some $1 billion in 2017 and 2018, the bourse's managing director said on Monday. He also said he also expected Pakistan to regain its stock index emerging market status this year. The decision to move Pakistan back to the emerging category- from...

  • May 20- Freeport-McMoRan Inc's oil and gas business has withdrawn its initial public offering as weak oil prices dent valuations of oil producers. The miner said earlier this month that it was in talks to sell more of its assets to reduce its debt to $10 billion over the next two years. Most recently, the miner agreed to sell its majority stake in the Tenke copper...

  • The unit filed for an IPO of up to $100 million in June 2015.

  • Equinox rolls out headstrong meditation

    Harvey Spevak, Equinox CEO, discusses industry pressure, the SoulCycle IPO and ClassPass.

  • Donald Trump and Mark Cuban

    The Dallas Mavericks owner tells CNBC that the presumptive Republican nominee is "180 degrees wrong" on tech.

  • Oncimmune intends to expand into Asia

    Oncimmune has just listed on the London Stock Exchange’s AIM market. Oncimmune CEO, Geoffrey Hamilton-Fairley discusses the reasons for going public now.

  • SEOUL, May 18- South Korea's Hotel Lotte Co Ltd plans a share sale worth up to 5.7 trillion won next month, sources said on Wednesday, in what would be the world's biggest initial public offering since late 2015.. The sprawling Lotte Group said last year it would list Hotel Lotte, which includes the third-largest global duty-free retail chain, as part of efforts to...

  • SEOUL, May 18- South Korea's Hotel Lotte Co Ltd plans to raise up to 5.7 trillion won next month, sources with direct knowledge of the matter said on Wednesday, in what would be the world's biggest initial public offering since late 2015.. The sprawling Lotte Group announced last year it would list Hotel Lotte, which includes the third-largest global duty-free...