Initial Public Offerings
IPOs: How to Reverse the Winner’s Curse
Companies may have good reasons to go public, but the hoped-for shareholder return often doesn't come. Here are some thoughts for overcoming that obstacle.
Lawyer to Head SEC Corporate Finance Unit
New SEC chief Jay Clayton names Silicon Valley attorney William Hinman to lead the critical division that oversees public company filings.
NYSE to Hold Test Run for Snap IPO
The exchange is hoping to avoid technical glitches ahead of the long-awaited unicorn offering.
IPO Market Drops to 7-Year Low
A disconnect between private and public valuations caused many tech companies to push back their offerings or withdraw them altogether.
The Year in Review
From Brexit to Trump, 2016 has been a busy year. Take our quiz for a look back at some of the most memorable stories in CFO from the past 11 months.
Tech Breathes New Life into IPO Market
The sluggish IPO market is on track for one of its worst years since 2009, but a blockbuster tech deal could be the catalyst for a resurgent fourth quarter.
Venture Capital Has Best Quarter in 10 Years
VC firms raised $12 billion during the first quarter, suggesting investors are confident the IPO market will rebound.
Finance Roundup for Executives
Be informed, get involved, and shape the world through finance. Read CFO.com's most recent headlines and standout stories.
IPO Drought Ends With Two Biotech Deals
In the first U.S. offerings since December, U.S. and Chinese biotech firms raised about $252 million.
Twitter IPO Comes at Hot Time for Listings
The number of initial public offerings in the U.S. jumped in the third quarter, and analysts expect that trend to continue this fall.