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.
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.
IPOs Will Increase in 2nd Half: Bankers
But capital markets execs expect only $15 billion in IPO proceeds this year, the lowest total since 2003.
Restarting the IPO Market
To get the initial public offerings market going again, issuers may have to make their deals more enticing to investors.
Global IPO Proceeds Drop 35% to $156B
U.S. market outpaced by Asia Pacific and Europe in funds raised in initial public offerings in 2015, says Renaissance Capital.
More Issuers Revealing Pre-IPO Weaknesses
The portion of IPOs reporting material weaknesses in internal controls rose from 23% in 2011 to 27% in 2014, with 31% projected for 2015, PwC finds.
IPO Activity Falls in Third Quarter
Total IPOs priced on U.S. exchanges lagged in the third quarter, dropping 41% over the same period in 2014.
China Moves to Stop Stock Markets’ Nosedive
Trading suspensions and share purchasing by brokerage firms "reek of panic," says one analyst.
Groupon CFO Jason Child Moving to Jawbone
After four years at Groupon, Child will become Jawbone's first CFO at a time of many challenges for the maker of Up fitness trackers.
Emerging Growth Companies Dominating the IPO Market
Companies going public are taking full advantage of the JOBS Act's relaxation of some filing rules.
Have Non-GAAP Metrics Come of Age?
Previously frowned upon, the use of non-GAAP metrics is booming among IPOs.