Luckin Coffee Set for IPO
The Chinese challenger to Starbucks is going public soon after being in operation for only 19 months.
Hard Evidence the CFO Role Is Getting Tougher?
Analysis suggests aspiring CFOs should make lateral moves outside of finance to get the broad experience companies are seeking today.
Lyft Sets Price Range for IPO
The clock is running on one of the most hotly anticipated offerings of 2019.
SAI Global Adds RegTech Muscle With BWise Buy
The acquisition of the compliance platform is aimed at strengthening SAI Global's risk, compliance, and learning solutions portfolio.
Nasdaq Small-Cap Liquidity Proposal Runs Into Flak
“It’s anti-competitive,” a rival exchange says of letting small-caps choose whether to trade on exchanges other than Nasdaq.
Israeli Co. Settles with SEC Over Bribery Allegations
The firm, Elbit Imaging, violated accounting-related provisions of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.
M&A Opportunities Abound — If Companies Lower Their Bar
While there are reasons why M&A activity is low this year, high hurdle rates cause companies to bypass potentially valuable deals.
Nasdaq Buys Analytics Provider for $705M
The acquisition of eVestment will boost Nasdaq's market technology business as it continues to diversify from equities trading.
NYSE to Hold Test Run for Snap IPO
The exchange is hoping to avoid technical glitches ahead of the long-awaited unicorn offering.
ComScore Gets Booted Over Delinquent Filings
The analytics company was delisted from the Nasdaq exchange after failing to submit SEC filings for almost a year.
Second Thoughts on an Anti-Whaling IPO
“You don’t rob a bank with a gun anymore; you rob it with an email." — Peter Campbell, CFO, Mimecast