initial public offering
Ten Banks Hit With Fines Over Toys ‘R’ Us IPO
Research analyst presentations were a key factor in whether the banks received an underwriting role in the planned 2012 deal, says FINRA.
Citigroup Fined $15M Over Research Analysts’ Conflict
Citigroup Global Markets provided some investors with improper access to material, nonpublic information, says FINRA.
Stomaching New Stocks
Will investors have the appetite to consume this quarter's heavy load of initial public offerings?
What Will Yahoo Do Now?
An early backer of Alibaba, Yahoo could make as much as $9 billion before taxes from selling shares. But what will CEO Marrisa Mayer do with the cash?
New Brokerage Aims to Help Employees Cash Out
CFOs have been wary of platforms that facilitate selling of insider stock pre-IPO, but Battery East thinks it can change that.
Strong Investor Demand Leads Alibaba to Hike IPO Price
Set to debut Sept. 19 on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol "BABA," Alibaba's IPO is poised to be the largest ever.
Alibaba IPO Could Fuel Acquisitions of U.S. Startups
As the Chinese e-commerce giant embarks on its roadshow, speculation begins over what it will do with the $21 billion in capital it could raise.
A web site and data company for automobile buyers seeks to raise capital from the public markets.
NASDAQ Market for Privately Held Companies Opens
The exchange operator's new platform aims to give issuers more control over the buying and selling of pre-IPO shares.
Will Candy Crush Maker’s IPO Be Another Zynga?
Mobile-game-maker King Digital filed its IPO Tuesday. Can it keep players (like my mom) interested?