Elon Musk has reportedly informed potential investors he plans to return the social-media company back to public ownership after just a few years. He seems to be seeking additional funding partners.
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Citing unnamed sources, a new report claims that Nvidia is considering dropping plans for its $40 billion Arm acquisition due to regulatory hurdles. Meanwhile, SoftBank is considering an Arm IPO.
Reddit, the message board that drove hedge fund managers crazy, is going public. Currently valued at $10 billion, the social media platform is looking to grow in size and become worth $15 billion.
The Chinese Communist Party has launched an antitrust probe against Alibaba Group, Jack Ma's e-commerce and tech giant. The probe follows the government's recent crackdown on business monopolies.
Uber could go public sometime in 2019 according to its chief executive, Dara Khosrowshahi. Others with knowledge on the topic suggest that the firm could go public in the second half of 2019.
Sonos, the maker of the Playbase speaker for TVs and the Alexa-powered One smart speaker, is expected to start trading publicly as soon as June or July after it secretly filed for an IPO with the SEC.
According to a new report, Dell Technologies - which is around $50 billion in debt - may be considering filing for an IPO, among other strategic options, in an effort to boost revenue margins.