“It’s anti-competitive,” a rival exchange says of letting small-caps choose whether to trade on exchanges other than Nasdaq.
Both are threats to the confidence global executives currently have in the conditions for dealmaking.
The streaming giant goes back to the high-yield market to help fund its massive content needs.
Treasury management systems are making inroads in small and mid-size organizations, but the progress is slow.
The enterprise cloud computing company is planning to go public amid signs that the tech sector IPO market is heating up.
Shorting premium Treasury bonds helps companies deduct unused capital losses while providing protection against rising interest rates.
The SEC says Longfin shareholders made more than $27 million in illicit proceeds after the company's "mini-IPO" in December 2017.
Thanks to Federal Reserve policy, big banks are facing a squeeze on margins, putting financial stocks in selloff mode at the cusp of earnings season.
The sale of the last U.S. regional stock exchange follows the collapse of its deal to be acquired by a Chinese-led investor group.
The startup's co-founders spun a "web of lies" to deceive investors into participating in its initial coin offering, according to an SEC lawsuit.