New York Stock Exchange
Spotify Moving Closer to Direct NYSE Listing
A direct listing would allow Spotify to avoid the hefty underwriting fees of a traditional IPO while providing liquidity to shareholders.
NYSE to Hold Test Run for Snap IPO
The exchange is hoping to avoid technical glitches ahead of the long-awaited unicorn offering.
Would You Have Invoked the Disaster Recovery Plan?
Activating a disaster recovery plan isn’t an easy decision, as United Airlines and the New York Stock Exchange discovered.
NASDAQ Apologizes for Twitter Earnings Leak
The social media channel's shares are down more than 25% after an error by Nasdaq exposed the company's earnings prematurely.
Goldman’s BDC Raises $120M
The tax-advantaged specialty finance company will target middle-market companies with pre-tax earnings of $5 million to $75 million.
Cyber Risk, Shareholder Activism Lead Board Concerns
Boards of directors are comfortable monitoring operational risk and fraud, but managing cyber risk is a totally different animal, finds a new study.
Delisting, Default Doom RadioShack
The 90-year-old company is on the verge of bankruptcy, as potential buyers of its storefronts wait in the wings.
Coinbase Opens First Licensed U.S. Bitcoin Exchange
Backed by the New Stock Exchange, the Coinbase exchange has approval to operate in about two dozen states.
SEC to Put Stock Exchanges Under the Microscope
Stock exchanges will be subject to further scrutiny by the Securities and Exchange Commission this year.
Ex-Longtop CFO Blamed for ‘Foundation of Lies’
An investor lawsuit accuses a CFO of ignoring signs of fraud when he signed off on financial results, but the CFO says he believed they were accurate.
Stomaching New Stocks
Will investors have the appetite to consume this quarter's heavy load of initial public offerings?