1. In 2014, stock markets traded at record levels and the US IPO market enjoyed activity not seen since the 2000 tech bubble. Here is a snapshot of some of the year’s most successful IPOs.

    5 IPOs That Broke The Markets In 2014

    In 2014, stock markets traded at record levels and the US IPO market enjoyed activity ...
  2. Alibaba IPO: Why List In the U.S.?

    For companies like Alibaba, a U.S. listing can provide some benefits that they can't ...
  3. Despite a booming market, some IPOs crashed and burned. Sure, going public brings a flood of capital, but it can also expose a company to unpredictable market forces.

    IPO Stinkers: The Biggest IPO FAILS of 2014

    Despite a booming market, some IPOs crashed and burned. Sure, going public brings ...
  4. What is Alibaba?

    Alibaba might not yet have the name recognition of other ecommerce players like Amazon, ...
  5. The Top Five Alibaba Shareholders

    In addition to the new public shareholders, BABA has several prominent major stakeholders. ...
  6. The Top Chinese Companies Traded In The U.S.

    While many Chinese companies trade only on foreign exchanges, some of the top Chinese ...
  1. Today, General Electric (NYSE:GE) remains one of the few true conglomerates, with its fingers in multiple unrelated industries: everything from healthcare to aviation to its traditional businesses of appliances and lighting.

    Why GE Will Never Break Up

    it's the oldest component of the Dow Jones Industrial Average, having joined the ...
  2. The Deal Boom Is Back With A Vengeance

    The Deal Boom Is Back With A Vengeance

    With cheap available debt and large cash hordes, IPO and M&A activity is way up. ...
  3. Yahoo Shareholders’ Fortunes Hinge on Alibaba IPO

    Yahoo Shareholders’ Fortunes Hinge on Alibaba ...

    Is the news of an upcoming Alibaba IPO, a potential buyback and an acquisition spree ...
  4. Recent hot IPOs has many regular investors salivating at the chance to participate in start-ups and private equity.

    Private Equity For Retail Investors

    Recent hot IPOs has many regular investors salivating at the chance to participate ...
  5. Twitter's IPO seems assured of being a success. We'll take a look at a few reasons why investors should proceed with cautious.

    Twitter's Got A Revenue Conundrum

    Twitter's IPO seems assured of being a success. Less convincing is its revenue growth. ...
  6. Potbelly Sandwich Shop's goal is to create toasty sandwiches to order using high quality meats, cheeses and veggies and get the patron through the line really fast.

    Five Reasons Not To Bite Into Potbelly's IPO

    Potbelly Corporation set the terms for its IPO September 23. If you include the underwriters ...
  1. IPO Basics Tutorial

    What's an IPO, and how did everybody get so rich off them during the dotcom boom? ...
  1. How is a penny stock created?

    Understand how penny stocks are issued and regulated, and learn how these sometimes rewarding but always risky investments ...
  2. In an IPO, who is a greensheet distributed to and for what purpose?

    One of the most talked about documents that arises in the process of introducing a new issue is the greensheet. This is an ...
  3. Why do share prices fall after a company has a secondary offering?

    The best way to answer this question is to provide a simple illustration of what happens when a company increases the number ...
  4. What is a company's worth, and who determines its stock price?

    A company's worth - its total value - is its market capitalization, and it is represented by the company's stock price. Market ...
  1. IPOs can be a great way to get in early, but these companies remind investors to be cautious when investing in new issues.

    The Biggest IPO Flops

    IPOs can be a great way to get in early, but these companies remind investors to ...
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