Didi Chuxing has said it will de-list from the New York Stock Exchange and will instead list in Hong Kong. Chinese tech firms have faced pressure to take these measures from Chinese regulators.
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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.
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.
At its Investors Day presentation, Spotify CEO Daniel Ek confirmed that the company was preparing to debut in India, Russia, and countries in Africa. Spotify will begin trading on NYSE from April 3.
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.
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.
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.
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.
As the Occupy Wall Street protests escalate, Anonymous has stated it plans to attack the NYSE and erase it from the internet on October 10.
SGI, also known as Silicon Graphics, Inc, announced today that it has been advised by the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) that its common stock - ticker symbol SGI - will no longer be traded...