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SEC Unfairly Seen as Scapegoat for IPO Slump
The commission and Congress have actually done much to ease the way for new IPOs, a capital markets attorney says.
MongoDB Prices IPO to Raise $152 Million
The startup is aiming to disrupt the $44 billion database software market by offering a "modern, general purpose" platform.
Roku IPO Priced at $14, Values Firm at $1.3B
The offering is priced at the high end of Roku's expected range and would raise $126 million for the digital streaming company.
Switch to Raise up to $500 Million From IPO
The data center company's offering would be the third-largest of the year in the tech sector behind Snap and Altice.
BP to Spin off US Pipeline Assets MLP in IPO
The oil giant is following some of its competitors by selling units in a tax-advantaged master limited partnerhip to the public.
Trivago Shares Dive on Reduced Guidance
The hotel-search company has been hit by a slowdown in the revenue it generates by referring users to hotel websites.
It’s a Big Year for Emerging Growth Companies
Here's some practical advice for companies that did an IPO under the JOBS Act and now must transition to full-public-company status.
‘Chicken Soup’ Video Firm Finds Right Recipe for Reg A+
The crowd (and Wall Street) embrace an IPO from Chicken Soup for the Soul Entertainment.
Indices to Bar New Issuers That Offer Multiple Share Classes
S&P Dow Jones Indices and FTSE Russell take a stand against companies that deny shareholders a say in how a company is run.
Pret a Manger Shuffles Auditors, Fueling IPO Talk
Replacing KPMG with Ernst & Young is seen as a necessary move ahead of a U.S. listing.
Cloudera Deep in the Red in First Quarter
A hefty charge for stock-based compensation led to the newly public tech company's sizable GAAP net loss.