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Nidec Corporation (NYSE: NJ ) announced Friday that the Board of Directors of the Company, at a meeting held on March 8, 2014, made the following decisions regarding a stock split and an amendment to the ...
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Market Wrap For March 7: Markets Cap Off Positive Week With Small Gains
U.S. stocks were mixed as investors continue to follow the standoff in Ukraine and digested February's jobs report which indicated that harsh winter weather could be the culprit behind weakness seen in ...
3 Of Many Reasons To Buy Stocks 'When You Have the Money'
When asked when you should buy stocks, billionaire investor Shelby Davis would always reply, "When you have the money!" With the S&P's 500 Index at a record high, many are warning that a decline ...
Coupons.com IPO Nearly Doubles Out of the Chute
In the first few minutes of its first trading day Friday morning, shares of Coupons.com were up about 90%. The promotions and coupon website company had priced its initial public offering Thursday at $16 ...
FireEye's Secondary Offering No Help for Short-Term Profits
Network security hardware and software maker FireEye priced its secondary offering of 14 million shares at $82 a share last night, well below the stock's Thursday closing price of $89.55 and its post-IPO ...
Coupons.com IPO Going Out Strong
Promotions and coupon website Coupons.com priced its initial public offering Thursday night at $16 a share, above the expected range of $12 to $14. The company also added 500,000 shares to its original ...
Where Boutique Bankers Still Struggle on the New Wall Street
The planned IPO of 7-year-old investment bank Moelis & Co. is a signal of just how far boutique bankers have yet to come -- that, in spite of all their hopes in the immediate aftermath of the financial crisis, they're still stuck in their niches while the largest institutions are more dominant than ever. In its filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, Moelis & Co. cited the growing demand for independent advice as a reason it should continue to grow revenues and gain market share. Yet instead of rivaling Goldman Sachs, Moelis is turning to the banking giant (and to its arch-rival, Morgan Stanley) to underwrite its own just-announced public offering. Many boutique bankers expected that, whether as a result of increased regulation or simply in response to changing industry fundamentals, banks would reshape themselves.
TriplePoint Venture Capital IPO Hits the Tape
Closed-end, non-diversified investment firm TriplePoint Venture Growth BDC Corp. (NYSE: TPVG) offered 8.33 million shares in an initial public offering (IPO) Thursday morning at a price of $15 a share. ...
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