Formerly known as Buy360, JD.com is an online retailer that can be compared with Amazon.com, Inc. (AMZN). The company has over 45 million active customer accounts, and warehouses and delivery stations that span the length and breadth of China. The company holds inventory and directly delivers products to consumers, managing the entire process from start to finish.
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For what is likely be the largest IPO in years, the Snapchat filing has been swamped in secrecy.
Snapchat founders Evan Spiegel and Bobby Murphy aimed to raise at least $3 billion in March after recently releasing their S-1 document.
Nasdaq is taking steps toward compensating investor losses due to computer glitches that fouled trading on the first day of Facebook's $16 billion IPO, the Wall Street Journal said Tuesday.Nasdaq OMX Group, which operates the Nasdaq exchange, has told brokers that it expects to submit plans on the issue to the Securities and Exchange Commission on how it might make up losses tied to its systems problems, the Journal reported.
By Shock Exchange:The Facebook (FB) IPO has been in the news seemingly forever. First, there were the endless stories of the brilliance of Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerburg, and the plethora of new millionaires the IPO would create.
AP Photo/Shizuo KambayashiTOKYO (Reuters) - Emojis of a cuddly brown bear and his flatulent rabbit girlfriend Cony are met with investor scepticism as the company behind Line, the popular Japanese messaging app, prepares to kick off what's touted to be the world's biggest IPO this year.
Fred Wilson, founder of Union Square Ventures and a Silicon Valley investor who has backed Twitter, Tumblr, Foursquare, and Kickstarter, says in a blog post today that the IPO market for tech companies with multi-billion-dollar valuations may be "disappearing."