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The SEC is reportedly investigating how Slack and other tech unicorns were opened for trading on their first day as public companies
The probe is focusing in particular on how trading was handled on the first day the company went public, a report from The Wall Street Journal says.
The ‘WeWork of China,’ which was last valued at $2.6 billion, is preparing to go public — and the way it says it will become profita...
Ucommune isn't profitable yet, and the company explains its path to profitability using language that's almost identical to WeWork's IPO prospectus.
Nasdaq is poised to beat the New York Stock Exchange in IPOs for the first time since Facebook’s disastrous 2012 offering
The Nasdaq exchange also hosted more than three times the deals this year, executing 154 IPOs versus the New York Stock Exchange's 47.
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Nasdaq’s CEO was reportedly so eager to win WeWork’s IPO that she proposed creating an entire stock market index named after it
Adena Friedman told WeWork's Adam Neumann she would create the "We 50" for environmentally conscious companies, The Wall Street Journal reported.
The NYSE advised company bosses to ask themselves if their reasons for going public, long-term strategy, financials, and executive team passed muster.
How a single index card helps the president of the New York Stock Exchange keep her chaotic day in check
Stacey Cunningham has made high tech the focus at the New York Stock Exchange, but she uses an especially low-tech technique for managing her time.
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba will postpone its rumoured upcoming listing on the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong.
High-frequency traders make money by rapidly trading stocks and other assets within fractions of a second.
Slack’s direct listing casts a little-known part of Wall Street that relies on humans into the spotlight. Here’s how it’ll work.
The role of Citadel Securities, a designated market maker at the New York Stock Exchange, during Slack's direct listing has increased importance.