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LoanDepot Seeks NYSE Listing Amid Mortgage Boom
The mortgage lending company generated $1.47 billion in net income from the first nine months of last year.
Roblox to Go Public Through Direct Listing
The online gaming platform raised $520 million in a Series H funding and dropped plans to list via a traditional initial public offering.
China Vows Retaliation After NYSE Announces Plans to Delist Telecoms
The incoming Biden administration has struck a more conciliatory tone following a Trump executive order.
SEC Backs NYSE Plan for Non-Traditional IPOs
The commission voted to allow companies to raise new capital through a “direct” listing, giving them an alternative to paying hefty underwriting fees.
MultiPlan to Go Public in Merger With Churchill Capital
The $11 billion deal will bring the healthcare solutions provider $3.7 billion of new equity or equity-linked capital.
Online Insurer Lemonade Raises $319M in IPO
The IPO values the New York-based company at $1.6 billion.
Virgin Galactic IPO Ready for Takeoff
Billionaire Richard Branson’s space tourism company will merge with Social Capital Hedosophia to enter the stock market by the end of the year.
Health Care Software Maker Phreesia Files for $125 Million IPO
The company, which provides a patient-intake software platform for health care providers, has processed $1.4 billion in patient payments.
Chuck E. Cheese’s Parent to Go Public Through Merger
It would be the first newly listed restaurant chain in four years.
Levi Strauss Shares Jump on First Day of Trading
The company first went public in 1971 but was bought out by the Haas family in 1985 for $1.6 billion.
Workplace Messaging Firm Slack Files to List Directly
The move to go public without an IPO would follow a direct listing from Spotify last year.