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Nutanix is the biggest venture-backed tech company to debut in the U.S. this year, and there are many risks attached.
Kayla Tausche looks at the challenges the mobile payments company Square faces.
Ferrari shares opened at $60, up 15.4 percent from its IPO price, but then pulled back after the initial exuberance.
This is a breaking news story. Please check back for further updates. Shares of First Data traded in a back-and-forth range Thursday at its initial public offering. The stock fell more than 1.5 percent after opening higher, but pared those losses to trade about 0.5 higher. It opened at $16.39, up more than 2 percent, …
Despite all the hype in Silicon Valley, technology IPOs haven’t been this scarce since 2009, according to data released this week from Renaissance Capital. As the media have been reporting for over a year now, the action is all in the private markets, where companies that are big enough to be public can raise more …
Shares of IAC Interactive rose on news it will spin off its online dating group. Julia Boorstin has more on the multi-billion dollar industry.
It’s a big week for initial public offerings.
Fitbit, the wearable fitness device company, is facing increased competition and fighting lawsuits, so why is it going public now?
Shares of chicken wing purveyor Wingstop jumped 61 percent in their Friday debut, making the fast food company just the latest restaurant name to surge since unveiling shares. And that has led to the observation that the fast food space may currently be marked by a good deal of momentum-driven sentiment. “I think you have …
The air is coming out of some of the recent high profile technology IPOs.
Online marketplace Etsy, which has made a name for itself showcasing handcrafted goods, moved beyond kitsch Thursday and debuted its IPO at $31 a share. Not bad for an e-commerce platform that so far hasn’t posted a profit and sells handmade items, ranging from baby clothes to state-shaped cheese boards. The question now is whether …
Party supplies chain Party City is going to need more balloons. (Tweet This) The company went public Thursday, with shares rising more than 20 percent after pricing its initial public offering at $17. (Where’s the stock now? Click here) Buyout firm Thomas H. Lee Partners will still own a bit more than half of the …
Etsy shares more than doubled in its first day of trading Thursday after pricing its IPO at $16 a share. The stock opened at $31 and touched a high of $34.54 on the Nasdaq. What is the stock doing now? (Get the latest quote here.) Read More Is Etsy the next eBay, Amazon or dot-com bust? …
The IPO market is heating up again. Bob Pisani tells us the offerings to watch.
Etsy’s initial public offering is the latest in about 35 IPOs so far this year, according to Renaissance Capital. And it begs the same question from investors who want to get in on the action: How do I spot the IPOs that are likely to rise and keep rising, and how do I try to …