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Alibaba stock has taken a hit from China crackdown, but its earnings could be a different story

Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. will be looking to focus attention back onto its business Tuesday following a rough stretch for the broader Chinese internet sector....

Dole IPO: 5 things to know about the newly-public fruit and vegetable giant

Dole Plc, the Dublin, Ireland-based fruit and vegetable giant, started trading Friday on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker ‘DOLE,’ with shares falling...

The 5 most eye-popping disclosures in Robinhood’s long-awaited IPO filing

Wall Street is finally getting a peek under the hood of Robinhood ahead of the most anticipated public debut since WeWork, and while the no-fee...

Krispy Kreme IPO: 5 things to know about the doughnut maker before it goes public

Hot Light Theater Shops and glazed waterfalls are just two mouth-watering features that Krispy Kreme Inc. discusses in its IPO prospectus, which was filed this...

U.S. weekly IPO market braces for 15 deals, and home DNA-test maker 23andMe shares to start trading

An earlier version of this report said 23andMe would start trading Tuesday on the New York Stock Exchange. It will start trading on Thursday on...

Figs IPO: 5 things to know about the healthcare apparel company before it goes public

Figs Inc., an apparel and lifestyle company for healthcare workers, has filed to take the company public, eight years after the co-founders started the company...

Is AT&T’s Stock Price Too Low? How Much It’s Worth After WarnerMedia Spin.

Text size AT&T said it would “reset” its dividend as part of the transaction, to a payout ratio of about 40% of free cash flow....

UiPath IPO: 5 things to know about the ‘software robots’ company valued at nearly $30 billion

UiPath Inc. is launching its initial public offering at a valuation close to what it received from venture-capital investors, with help from automation it cheerfully...

Synlab targets $6 billion market capitalization in Frankfurt IPO as COVID-19 testing booms

Synlab has set the price range for its planned initial public offering in Frankfurt at €18 to €23 a share, giving Europe’s largest laboratory services...

I retired to a beach town in Thailand and am ‘living in paradise’ on $2,500 a month

Pete Bowen landed in Thailand in 2009 with a suitcase and a guitar, looking for a spot to retire. He knew no one in the...

Europe joins Wall Street’s boom in ‘blank-check’ companies

It’s the monster trend on Wall Street. Now it’s crossed the Atlantic. LVMH MC, -0.34% founder Bernard Arnault and former UniCredit UCG, -0.09% chief Jean-Pierre...

Affirm earnings top expectations, but stock slips

Affirm Holdings Inc. topped revenue expectations for its latest quarter and issued an upbeat forecast, but shares slipped in after-hours trading Thursday. The company, which...

Dow futures edge lower after stocks see first decline to start a year since 2016

The main U.S. stock benchmarks on Tuesday were pointing lower after equities registered their first losses to open a new year since 2016 on Monday,...

After painful financial lessons in 2020, here’s 10 New Year resolutions to make 2021 better.

Before 2020, Russell Jessop knew the wisdom in having emergency savings tucked away. But the year’s financial mayhem supplied him — and millions more —...

Why M&A is set to continue its hot streak in 2021

A surge in big-ticket mergers and acquisitions and a boom in initial public offerings saw the world’s largest investment banks pull in $87.5 billion in...

Weekend reads: Hot IPOs for DoorDash and Airbnb point to an overheated stock market

Shares of DoorDash Inc. DASH and Airbnb Inc. ABNB shot straight up after the companies’ initial public offerings this week. That sort of exuberance can...

Why Amazon ‘was invented for the pandemic,’ and how AWS could be the most valuable company in the world

New York University Stern School of Business professor Scott Galloway previously believed Amazon.com Inc. would outlive the other biggest companies in tech. The COVID-19 pandemic...

The pandemic has more than doubled food-delivery apps’ business. Now what?

Zachary Davis, owner of The Glass Jar restaurant group in Santa Cruz, Calif., said he intentionally avoided working with food-delivery apps before the COVID-19 pandemic...

Americans top list of nationalities hoping to work from Barbados during the pandemic

The Barbados Welcome Stamp has drawn 675 applications from U.S. citizens, making that the largest nationality keen to soak in the blue skies and sandy...

McAfee IPO: 5 things to know about the security-software company

The McAfee logo is displayed at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona in 2019. AFP/Getty Images McAfee Corp. shares fell short of their initial public...

The pandemic turned Postmates’ IPO plans into a bidding war between Uber and Wall Street

Postmates, which is being bought by Uber, has not turned a profit since its inception. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images On March 17, the day the San...

Amazon-backed food delivery startup Deliveroo could be heading toward a 2021 IPO, Bloomberg reports

The coronavirus pandemic has proved to be a boom for food delivery, with millions of housebound consumers ratcheting up demand for the convenience service. Gerard...

Ant Group IPO: Five things to know about the Alibaba affiliate aiming for the largest offering in history

Ant Group could be headed for the largest initial public offering in history, as the Chinese financial-technology juggernaut chases a valuation that would rival the...

The second wave of a rolling bear market is about to begin, says top forecaster

A recent spate of stock drops, exacerbated by signs of a second wave of the coronavirus pandemic, is unsettling to say the least. The market...

What Snowflake and JFrog are telling us about the IPO market now vs. 1999

The IPO market hasn’t been this hot since the top of the internet bubble two decades ago. You’re probably already aware of individual examples earlier...