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.
Volkswagen Wins Labor Support for Restructuring
Workers backed the restructuring after the automaker presented its new $1.1 billion battery plan.
Uber Drivers Plan Strike Ahead of IPO
Drivers for Uber and Lyft will turn off their apps to protest low wages.
Slack Files for Direct Listing
The company posted a loss for the latest fiscal year but said it is spending less on sales and marketing.
Zoom vs. Pinterest: How the IPOs Stack Up
Which offering will institutional and individual investors find the most attractive?
Lyft Sets Price Range for IPO
The clock is running on one of the most hotly anticipated offerings of 2019.
Hong Kong Bans UBS Sponsor License, Fines It $48 Million
The Securities and Futures Commission is cracking down after a string of problem listings.
SEC Proposes Rule to ‘Test the Waters’ Before IPOs
The move is part of a push to make it easier for companies to go public amid a 50% decline in U.S. listings over the past two decades.