Are Unicorns Ready for Their Close-up?
Going public doesn't necessarily prepare a company for being public, investor relations expert says.
IPO Market Enters 2019 on Shaky Ground
But Renaissance Capital sees hope in the form of "a large backlog of unicorns firmly indicating plans to complete some of the largest-ever IPOs."
Institutional Investors Put Private CFOs in the Public Eye
The rise of "crossover investors" — institutional investors that fund private start-ups — blurs the line between public and private companies.
Media Power IAC Paints Picture of Proactive IR
CFO Glenn Schiffman's top priority is tirelessly explaining IAC's complex structure and strategy to investors and analysts.
How to Spot a Fraudulent M&A Target
Here are some of the red flags of fraud that CFOs should watch out for when conducting due diligence.
Should You IPO?
Unless your company is big, profitable, and a category leader, the wisest choice may be to wait.
Many Factors Influence the Market for IPOs
Aside from disclosure regulations, the factors include politics, markets, investor demand, the business climate, and competition.
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.
This Week is the Biggest of 2017 for IPOs
Blue Apron listing is seen as a test for consumer offerings.
IPO Market Better, But Not Great, In Q1
Twenty-five companies raised $9.9 billion in the first quarter of 2017, a stronger start than last year.
NYSE to Hold Test Run for Snap IPO
The exchange is hoping to avoid technical glitches ahead of the long-awaited unicorn offering.