Special Report: SPACs — They’re Back
Fueled by piles of capital, special-purpose acquisition companies want to take your company public. But are they the best route to a listing?
Snowflake Posts 119% Revenue Gain, Shares Slip
The third quarter "was marked by continued strong revenue growth coupled with improving unit economics, cash flow, and operating efficiencies.”
Ant Group Launches Cross-Border Trade Platform
"We look forward to making cross-border trading safer, more reliable, and more efficient for buyers and sellers."
Grocery Retailer Albertsons Plans to Raise $1.3B in IPO
The company will be valued anywhere between $10.45 billion and $11.61 billion based on the lower and upper ranges of its IPO price.
JD.com Plans to Kickstart Hong Kong IPO
U.S.-listed Chinese firms are increasingly looking toward home.
SmileDirect Shares Plunge on ‘Sour’ Q4 Report
The teledentistry company said it would pivot to control growth to achieve profitiability after posting a 25 cents per share loss.
Postmates Closes in Mexico to Focus on U.S.
The food-delivery startup is also laying off employees in the U.S. as it regroups after shelving an initial public offering.
WeWork to Add First Woman Board Member
The company faced questions about its diversity practices ahead of its IPO.
Beyond Meat Reports Larger-Than-Expected Loss
The company's stock fell sharply after it reported mixed Q2 results and announced it will sell 3.25 million shares in a secondary offering.
Uber Lays Off 400 People; Lyft Eliminates Chief Operating Officer Role
Both ride-sharing companies experienced staff shake-ups on Monday after disappointing market debuts.
Ebix Agrees to Buy Yatra
The Atlanta-based software company is planning an IPO for its Indian subsidiary.