Didi Chuxing, the Chinese ride-hailing app, has filed to go public with the U.S. SEC. It's expected that the company will be publicly listed on the NYSE and Nasdaq as soon as July.
Following a deal with Seaport Global Acquisition Corp., Redbox is set to become a publicly-traded company with a value of $693 million. It will be competing against the likes of Netflix and Disney+.
The dating app Bumble has filed with the SEC to become a publicly-traded company. Once all the paperwork is out of the way, the company will be traded under the symbol BMBL on the NASDAQ.
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 is set to go public on the New York Stock Exchange tomorrow. Out of the gate, the firm is selling shares for $45 a piece which is at the lower end of the estimated share prices.
In an effort to improve working conditions and minimum wages for drivers of ridesharing services, drivers of big tech companies like Uber and Lyft have taken to the streets and gone on strike.
Slack has filed with the SEC to register for public trading in the New York Stock Exchange, though it isn't doing so to raise more money. The platform currently has over 10 million active users.
Slack has announced that it has filed a confidential IPO filing with the SEC. If it is approved, the firm will begin selling shares to the public. It hopes to be valued in excess of $10 billion.
After sustaining a series of losses since filing its $3 billion IPO earlier last year, Snap has confirmed that the U.S. Justice Department and SEC are conducting a probe on its 2017 public offering.
Xiaomi's IPO has gone live in Hong Kong as of Monday but the firm's expected price range wasn't reached. Things could pick up for the firm as time goes on though as investors get more confident.
Xiaomi reported losses for the Q1 2018. Despite the report sounding bad, if it continues this performance through the year it will have done better than in 2017. Xiaomi is expected to do an IPO soon.
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.
A few months after Spotify quietly filed for an IPO with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, the company is now planning to list its shares on the NYSE in the first week of April.
A new report suggests that Apple is attracting subscribers in the U.S. at a faster rate that its Swedish rival, Spotify. Luckily for Spotify, the growth seems to be contained to the U.S.
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.
With rumours that phone maker Xiaomi is looking to go public, we've now got some details about the banks which the Chinese firm is working with as it prepares for its initial public offering.
The file-sharing company - once called "a feature, not a product" by Apple co-founder Steve Jobs - has taken the initial steps to go public and start selling company stock in the next few months.
The popular music streaming company, Spotify, has confidentially filed for its IPO with the SEC. According to report it filed in December igniting a slightly more unusual IPO process.
As Ubuntu swerves into the mainstream, one of the harder decisions that Mark Shuttleworth, founder of the OS, has had to take is the abandonment of Unity. The executive explains the notion behind it.
One of gaming's most iconic brands, Razer, is aiming to list on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange and targets a valuation of $5 billion, which it could use to build the ultimate gaming handheld.
Gaming hardware maker Razer filed for an IPO in Hong Kong, looking to raise money to fund its continued expansion. The company will introduce new products and services to diversify revenue streams.
Snapchat failed to meet several targets that were expected of it by analysts in the last quarter. As a result of slower than expected growth the price of stocks slumped in after-hours trading.
After launching its Spectacles wearable late last year, Snap Inc. has filed for a $3 billion IPO. While it brands itself as a camera company, it's best known for its app, Snapchat.
Anonymous sources have suggested that Snap Inc., Snapchat's parent company, has filed to be listed on the US stock market. The company's IPO could come as soon as March 2017.
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Alibaba, the massively popular Chinese e-commerce company which specializes in business-to-business and retail trading, has revealed that they will be planning a US debut under the domain 11main.com.
King Digital, the company behind the popular online game 'Candy Crush Saga', soon plans to debut in the U.S stock market with an IPO which some analysts say could value the company at $5 billion.
Twitter's stocks began trading on the NYSE this morning to much critical attention. The fluctuations that followed seem very promising for the service, which has yet to make a profit.
In a new regulatory filing, Twitter says it now has 231.7 million monthly users, up from its previous number of 218.3 million users that it revealed when it filed for its upcoming IPO a few weeks ago.
Twitter, ahead of its scheduled IPO, seems to be experimenting with a new way to bring breaking news to its users. Following a certain account will bring important news directly into users' inboxes.
Twitter has filed an S-1 with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and is planning for an IPO. Once happily a private company, Twitter is now officially going public.
Facebook's stock price has surpassed its initial offering for the first time since May of 2012. Many have questioned whether the IPO was in fact a wise move, but now things are looking up.
Facebook's stock price hit yet another new low on Tuesday, but its founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has pledged not to sell any of his own stock in the company for at least a year.
Facebook's stock price hit a new low of $19.07 a share today, a day after some early investors in the social networking service could finally sell off some of their holdings.
Microsoft is reportedly going to hang onto its share of Facebook's stock when the moritumium on selling Facebook shares ends on August 16th, even with the lower stock price.
Facebook's stock prices reached an all-time low on Tuesday's trading, having declined 43% since their initial availability in May. Stocks were trading at just over $20 on the markets during the day.
Twitter CEO Dick Costolo has said the company has no plans to file for a public offering, despite rampant speculation to the contrary. The company has a already has "truckload of money," he said.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg is facing a class action suit from disgruntled Facebook investors who claim that he dumped $1 billion of stock on insider knowledge that it was grossly overvalued.
A report from The Wall Street Journal indicates that Morgan Stanley, one of the underwriting banks for Facebook's IPO, tipped off big clients that Facebook's stock was overvalued.