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Uber and Lyft’s long-awaited IPOs could crash into government-shutdown wall

The U.S. government shutdown, now in its 21st day, is disrupting the initial-public-offering process and may cause delays in some of the bigger deals expected in 2019, including those of ride-sharing services Uber and Lyft. While January and February are typically slow months for new offerings as companies need to complete calendar-year audits, the shutdown “is beginni… MarketWatch.com – Top ...

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Startups Weekly: Will Trump ruin the unicorn IPOs of our dreams?

The government shutdown entered its 21st day on Friday, upping concerns of potentially long-lasting impacts on the U.S. stock market. Private market investors around the country applauded when Uber finally filed documents with the SEC to go public. Others were giddy to hear Lyft, Pinterest, Postmates and Slack (via a direct listing, according to the latest reports) were likely to IPO in ...

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Daily Crunch: How the government shutdown is damaging cybersecurity and future IPOs

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15 Top IPOs to Watch For in 2019

After a turbulent and volatile 2018, there are many companies that plan to conduct initial public offerings (IPOs) in 2019. Some companies already have formally filed their S-1 and equivalent forms with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Other companies have filed confidential data with the SEC for IPOs, and other so-called unicorn companies, those with private market valuations ...

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Cannabis Watch: Marijuana IPOs in 2019: These companies could be the next hot pot stocks

As 2018 draws to a close and the reality of recreational marijuana in Canada sinks in, the next round of initial public offerings in the cannabis sector will likely come from U.S.-based companies looking to raise cash. For Canadian companies, the IPO party is most likely just about over, according to ETFMG Alternative Harvest ETF <span class="quote up bgQuote" data-channel="/quotes/zigman/73252079/… ...

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