Business Events IPOs

  • The outside of TheRealReal's new store in Los Angeles on Melrose Ave.

    U.S. online luxury reseller The RealReal Inc is talking to investment banks about the possibility of an initial public offering (IPO) later this year, people familiar with the matter said on Friday.

  • Jan 16- Cloud technology company Infor Inc said on Wednesday it received an additional investment of $1.5 billion from shareholders Koch Equity Development LLC and private equity firm Golden Gate Capital. This funding builds on Koch Equity's investment of more than $2 billion in early 2017. Infor said it considers a potential IPO in 2019 or 2020, subject to...

  • Jan 15- Home-renting company Airbnb Inc said on Tuesday it was profitable on an adjusted basis for the second year in a row, ahead of a widely anticipated initial public offering this year. Airbnb's expected listing in 2019 would be among a string of public debuts by highly valued Silicon Valley companies, including ride-hailing company Uber Technologies Inc,...

  • Brian Chesky, CEO and Co-founder of Airbnb

    Airbnb claims a second straight year of EBITDA profitability, and expects to hit 500 million guest arrivals by the end of the first quarter this year.

  • BRUSSELS/ HONG KONG, Jan 12- Anheuser-Busch InBev, the world's largest brewer, is considering raising billions of dollars in a partial flotation of its Asian operations, two Asian banking sources said, in a deal that would help to ease its debt burden. The Belgium- based maker of Budweiser, Corona and Stella Artois has been discussing a possible...

  • Bloomberg reported on Friday that the Belgium- based maker of Budweiser, Corona and Stella Artois was considering the initial public offering to unlock value after a string of acquisitions drove up its debt. Bloomberg said that any deal could raise more than $5 billion, with the whole of the Asian business valued at around $70 billion. The company, which paid...

  • An Aramco employee walks near an oil tank at Saudi Aramco's Ras Tanura oil refinery and oil terminal in Saudi Arabia.

    Saudi oil giant Aramco is undertaking a series of endeavors that may pave the way for an IPO originally slated for 2018.

  • The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission in Washington, D.C.

    There is a "large and growing" backlog at the SEC and that could impact the 2019 IPO market, says attorney Alan Denenberg.

  • Unclear how SEC will prioritize backlog after shutdown, says lawyer

    Alan Denenberg, a partner with Davis Polk & Wardwell, joins CNBC's "Power Lunch" to discuss how the government shutdown may affect companies filing for a 2019 IPO since the SEC's offices are shuttered.

  • Investor analysing line graph on computer screen with magnifying glass

    Unless the inequitable lack of access to private markets is addressed, retirement savers will continue to be deprived of the ability to participate in high-growth business models and feel markets operate for the benefit of well-connected "insiders."

  • Professor on risks for big potential IPOs like Uber and Lyft

    Investors have "optimistic expectations" built-in ahead of possible IPOs for big technology start-ups like Uber and Lyft, says Jay Ritter of the University of Florida. If the firms disappoint, the stock may not be a good investment, he says.

  • Fred Wilson

    Uber, Lyft and Airbnb are all preparing IPOs this year at valuations in the tens of billions of dollars, buoyed by a decade of growth.

  • Discussing the outlook for Chinese biotech

    Brad Loncar of Loncar Investments expects around a dozen market debuts in Hong Kong next year.

  • Tech unicorns may accelerate IPO plans despite market volatility in 2019

    CNBC's Hugh Son reports on J.P. Morgan Chase's possible technology unicorn IPOs.

  • Motorcyclists and cyclists ride on a street inside a newly developed residential quarter in Hanoi, Vietnam on May 7, 2013.

    Singapore finished the year with 13 deals that raised around $500 million — the fourth highest IPO proceeds in Southeast Asia behind Vietnam, Thailand and Indonesia, according to data by consultancy EY.

  • Blue Apron CEO Matthew B. Salzberg, center, celebrates with co-founders Ilia Papas, second from right, and Matt Wadiak during the company's IPO on the New York Stock Exchange in New York, June 29, 2017.

    Shares of meal-kit delivery service Blue Apron fell below $1 this week. With financial advisors and IPO experts saying that the Blue Apron IPO could go down as one of the worst IPOs of the billion-dollar unicorn era, what went wrong?

  • Biotech company Gossamer Bio Inc on Friday filed with regulators to raise up to $264.5 million and list its shares on the Nasdaq under the symbol "GOSS". The offering comes weeks after Moderna Inc earlier this month became the sector's biggest company to launch an IPO. Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner& Smith Incorporated, Leerink Partners, Barclays Capital Inc and...

  • The social media space is ripe for disruption, tech mogul says

    Geoff Lewis, founder of Bedrock Capital and previously served on the board of Lyft, joins 'Squawk Box' to discuss what companies expect to go public in 2019.

  • Folksam nominal Volvo stake rises to 1.75 bln SEK. By Esha Vaish and Niklas Pollard. STOCKHOLM, Dec 21- Sweden's national pension fund has sold its preference shares in Volvo Cars after concluding it saw no clear intention to list within the next 12 months from the Geely-owned carmaker.

  • *Hong Kong surpasses New York with $36.3 bln of issuance. Companies raised a total of $36.3 billion in Hong Kong listings this year, well ahead of New York Stock Exchange's $28.9 billion, and a 174 percent increase on year-on-year, according to Refinitiv data. Hong Kong hosted three of Asia's top five IPOs- smartphone maker Xiaomi's $5.4 billion float, mobile...