Snap Inc. has received federal subpoenas related to a class-action lawsuit stemming from its 2017 initial public offering.
Uber's net loss widened by $177 million in the third quarter as the ride-hailing giant continued to invest ahead of a planned public stock offering next year.
The company is reportedly seeking to go public at a $5 billion valuation.
Investors allege that Snap misled the public about how competition from Facebook's Instagram service had affected the company's growth.
FBN’s Susan Li interviews New York Stock Exchange President Stacey Cunningham about the current state of the U.S. stock market.
NASCAR has submitted a non-binding offer to acquire all Class A and Class B common stock of International Speedway Corp. not already owned by the controlling shareholders of auto racing series.
It no surprise that Snapchat—the photo/video sharing mobile app—is marketing gold for teenagers but as the company is set to debut on Wall Street’s biggest stage on Thursday—the big question for investors is can they gain ground with the 30 + crowd.
Nasdaq CEO Adena Friedman discusses the status of the IPO market in 2018.
Nasdaq CEO Adena Friedman says that regulations are partially to blame for the decline in the number of companies going public.
Wedbush Securities analyst Michael Pachter discusses how some technology companies from Silicon Valley are gearing up to go public.
Constellation Research founder Ray Wang on where the investment opportunities are in tech and the outlook for tech IPOs.
The ride-hailing IPO may come sooner than expected.
Dell said earlier this month that it had met with some investment banks to explore an initial public offering if its plan to buy the tracking stock of VMware falls through.
NYSE President Stacey Cunningham discusses the recent market selloff and why the IPO market is showing “positive signs.”
The number of IPOs in 2018 has outpaced those in 2016 and 2017.
New York Stock Exchange President Stacey Cunningham discusses “positive signs” in the IPO market, which has already surpassed $26 billion so far this year.
The Chinese music-streaming company is postponing its U.S. IPO until at least November, report says.
Shares of the British sports car maker fell in their first day of trading.
The owner of China's largest music streaming services is looking to strike it rich in the U.S. stock market.
The IPO could value company’s worth over $7 billion.