2017 has been a difficult year for a few technology companies.
Cloud storage startup Dropbox is gearing up to go public in the biggest tech offering since Snapchat’s debut earlier this year.
If the first half of the 2010s was the explosion of startups, then the latter half of the decade is dedicated to companies growing up and going public.
Shares in Snap, the parent company of disappearing messaging app Snapchat, to their initial public offering price today, sending a shiver down the backs of tech investors.
Akon, the 44-year-old American rapper of Senegalese descent is considering an initial public offering (IPO) of his solar business called Akon Lighting Africa.
Swedish music streaming company Spotify has announced it now has 50m paying subscribers and it could be going public later this year.
The omnipresent UK chain Pret A Manger could be heading for an initial public offering (IPO) this year in what could be the first British restaurant chain to make a US IPO.
Saudi Arabia is set to list five percent of its state-owned oil giant, Saudi Aramco, in an Initial Public Offering (IPO) in late 2018.
Canada Goose, the Canadian brand known for its luxury parka coats, is gearing up for its IPO today.
Snap’s day has come.
These three things will change the world today.