Remember--"IPO" is "initial public offering," not the only public offering. (See, for example, Pandora.) It's also why they
The messaging app could go public as soon as March and be valued at $20 billion to $25 billion.
The HotPost of the week is related to a sexual harassment in a bus. A man was sexually harassed by a woman. This man decided
This was a big week for Warren Buffett. At what is known as the "Woodstock for capitalists," nearly 40,000 Berkshire Hathaway
Generally, an IPO company demands the best team that can answer its questions, provide the most accurate judgments, and be
Amidst all this doom and gloom, investors are in search of some guidance for how best to weather this storm, looking to strategies
For any startup, the decision of whether to go public is a big one, and a number of factors must be taken into consideration.
Earlier this year, companies were going public at the fastest pace on record in years, but that activity has slowed over the past few months, due primarily to market volatility brought on by slumping oil prices, sustained troubles in the Eurozone and China's slowing growth.
Taking a company public is a complicated process, with many moving parts. By rushing the process or putting together an inexperienced team, the likelihood of errors being made increases as does the potential for non-compliance with the SEC's regulations.
Those who wonder what the hell is going on with the accelerating number of startups getting billion-dollar valuations and above, please raise MY hand.
The initial public offering (IPO) market is on track to deliver approximately 200 IPOs for the third straight year, after a strong second quarter in 2015, which raised more than $13 billion for 75 IPOs.