If the market cooperates, payments processor First Data could hit a valuation of nearly $18 billion.
The pet retailer files to become a publicly traded company again, having previously listed in 2002. It was taken private in 2006.
Fiat Chrysler needs the equity financing to meet its long-term goal of boosting sales by 60%.
The KKR-owned payments processor hasn't been profitable since its buyout a decade ago.
Bill Zerella feels that Fitbit will grow fast enough to keep pace with Apple and other looming competitors.
But 'smart wearables,' like the Apple Watch, will take the market lead in 2016, says the research firm.
Critics say use of nontraditional numbers that often far exceed actual revenue could inflate companies' valuations.
Is that too much to ask for? These days, it may be.
In the new IPO-lite offering, coming mid-June, companies can raise up to $50 million and provide existing shareholders some liquidity.