IPOs News | Wall Street Journal

By Anonymous
  • Chinese App Meituan Raises $4.2 Billion in IPO

    Meituan Dianping, a Chinese startup whose app offers services like food delivery and hotel bookings, raised about $4.2 billion from its Hong Kong IPO, defying a weak market to show investors remain keen on fast-growing technology companies.

    IPOs News | Wall Street Journal
  • Chinese Tesla Rival NIO Raises $1 Billion in Underwhelming IPO

    Chinese electric-vehicle maker NIO priced its U.S. initial public offering near the bottom of its indicative price range, placing a $6.42 billion valuation on the Shanghai-based company that has billed itself as an emerging rival to Tesla.

    IPOs News | Wall Street Journal
  • IPOs News | Wall Street Journal
  • IPOs News | Wall Street Journal
  • IPOs News | Wall Street Journal
  • Ticketing Platform Eventbrite Continues IPO Plans

    Eventbrite Inc., which provides ticketing and other services for events “from pop-up dinners to the world’s largest festivals,” is moving ahead with plans to trade on public markets.

    IPOs News | Wall Street Journal
  • IPOs News | Wall Street Journal
  • IPOs News | Wall Street Journal
  • IPOs News | Wall Street Journal
  • IPOs News | Wall Street Journal
  • IPOs News | Wall Street Journal
  • IPOs News | Wall Street Journal
  • IPOs News | Wall Street Journal
  • Speaker Maker Sonos Sets IPO Price Range

    High-end speaker company Sonos laid out the terms for its initial public offering in a regulatory filing, expecting its shares to price between $17 to $19 each.

    IPOs News | Wall Street Journal
  • IPOs News | Wall Street Journal
  • Mobile-Gaming Company Jam City Preparing for Fall IPO

    Jam City, the social gaming and entertainment company led by one of the co-founders of Myspace, is preparing for an initial public offering as soon as this fall, joining what’s expected to be a rush of companies tapping the public markets in late 2018.

    IPOs News | Wall Street Journal
  • Xiaomi Shares Slip Ahead of Official Debut

    Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi’s IPO—one of the largest by a tech company in years—closed with little fanfare Friday, and the shares fell in ‘gray-market’ trading, an ominous sign for its official debut next week.

    IPOs News | Wall Street Journal
  • Doubts Grow Aramco IPO Will Ever Happen

    Preparations for the public listing of Saudi Arabia’s state oil company, a centerpiece of the government’s plan to open its economy, have stalled, leaving government officials and people close to the process doubting that it will go forward at all.

    IPOs News | Wall Street Journal
  • IPOs News | Wall Street Journal
  • IPOs News | Wall Street Journal
  • BJ’s Wholesale Club Shares Close Higher Than IPO Price

    Shares of BJ’s Wholesale Club Holdings Inc. closed Thursday more than 29% higher than its IPO price as the members-only wholesaler returned to the public markets after seven years as a private company.

    IPOs News | Wall Street Journal
  • IPOs News | Wall Street Journal
  • China’s Xiaomi Scales Down IPO

    Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi is planning to raise up to $6 billion in its initial public offering next month, down from the $10 billion previously expected after plans for a dual offering on mainland China were scuttled.

    IPOs News | Wall Street Journal
  • IPOs News | Wall Street Journal

VIEW MORE RESULTS