Less than a month after revealing its plans to go public, Twitter has made its S-1 filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission public, revealing the microblogging platform aims to raise $1 billion on close to 473 million shares of common stock.
Cross-platform social gaming company King has quietly filed for an initial public offering valuing the Candy Crush Saga maker at an estimated $5 billion, The Telegraph reports.
Twitter has filed to go public, setting the stage for the most highly anticipated technology offering since social media archrival Facebook raised $16 billion in mid-2012.
Midasplayer International Holding Co., a.k.a. King.com--the publisher behind mobile and online games including the blockbuster Candy Crush Saga--has hired banks to explore a U.S. initial public offering, sources familiar with the move told The Wall Street Journal.
Siemens has been in touch with private equity firms TPG, Blackstone Group, and KKR & Co about offloading Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN), its joint venture with Nokia, according to a report by the Wall Street Journal.
Tableau Software produces interactive data visualization products for big data analytics and is taking its business to the New York Stock Exchange, according to a recently filed IPO.
San Francisco-based Flurry, a mobile application measurement and advertising platform company, raised another $25 million in Series D financing this week, which it says it will use to accelerate the adoption of the Flurry AppSpot platform and its Ad Analytics, and to fund its staff and international expansion. Market watchers say it also positions the company for an IPO.
After the nosedive taken by Facebook's stock, investors on Friday jumped on the Workday bandwagon, pushing the stock price up 74 percent after its debut at $28 per share.The company raised $637 million, the largest IPO for a cloud computing firm.
MobiTV has withdrawn its plans for an initial public offering, blaming "unfavorable market conditions" in a request to the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Cloud-based, supply-chain management software company E2open Inc. expects to raise net proceeds of approximately $52.9 million from its initial public offering.