• Big guys in commercial real estate gobbling up little guys: Newmark chairman

    2 monthes ago - By CNBC

    Howard Lutnick, BGC Partners CEO and Newmark Group chairman, breaks down why so many commercial real estate companies are going public.
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  • LeadingRE Adds 24 Members in First Half of 2018

    2 monthes ago - By RIS Media

    Leading Real Estate Companies of the World® has added 24 members in the first half of the year, six in the U.S. and 18 in its international network. The additions expand LeadingRE's presence to more than 70 countries, with 565 firms and 130,000 sales associates total.
    New U.S. members:
    PureWest Real Estate
    Bishop Realtor Group
    Mayben Realty
    O'Neal Real Estate
    Julie Pogue Properties
    Portside Real Estate Group
    New global members:
    77 Great Estates
    Abri Group
    Alto Andes Real Estate
    ANAROCK Property Consultants Private Limited
    ANTONIN
    BVR Property
    Caetano Property
    DWG Dennis Wee...
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  • Sonos execs break down the speaker company's $1.5 billion IPO -and lay out its road to profitability

    Sonos execs break down the speaker company's $1.5 billion IPO -and lay out its road to profitability

    2 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    Smart-speaker company Sonos went public on the Nasdaq stock exchange Thursday, raising $1.5 billion to compete with Spotify, Apple, Amazon, and Google.
    Shares rose roughly 30% from opening price of $16.
    Business Insider spoke to an early investor who now sits on Sonos' board, as well as the company's VP of corporate finance about what's next for the smart-speaker company.
    Sonos - the smart-speaker company powering sound waves in seven million homes so far - raised $1.5 billion in an initial public offering on Thursday.
    The Silicon Valley firm has been making high-fidelity speakers for more...
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  • Sonos execs break down the speaker company's $1.5 billion IPO -and lay out its road to profitability

    Sonos execs break down the speaker company's $1.5 billion IPO -and lay out its road to profitability

    2 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    Smart-speaker company Sonos went public on the Nasdaq stock exchange Thursday, raising $1.5 billion to compete with Spotify, Apple, Amazon, and Google.
    Shares rose roughly 30% from opening price of $16.
    Business Insider spoke to an early investor who now sits on Sonos' board, as well as the company's VP of corporate finance about what's next for the smart-speaker company.
    Sonos - the smart-speaker company powering sound waves in seven million homes so far - raised $1.5 billion in an initial public offering on Thursday.
    The Silicon Valley firm has been making high-fidelity speakers for more...
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  • Sonos Shares Jump Nearly 25% After IPO

    2 monthes ago - By Fortune

    Wireless speaker company Sonos went public on Thursday. And, at least in early trading, things are going well.
    Sonos started trading on Thursday at $16 a share. As of midday, Sonos shares jumped by about 25% to $18.71. As of this writing, the shares are trading at around $18.50.
    The wireless speaker company initially priced its initial offering at $15 per share , below the expected range of $17 to $19. At $15, Sonos was valued at $1.5 billion. The IPO will likely prove to deliver an important cash infusion for Sonos as it prepares to take on some of the biggest names in the smart speaker...
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  • One of the world's largest real estate companies just went public, and its stock is popping

    One of the world's largest real estate companies just went public, and its stock is popping

    2 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    Cushman & Wakefield shares jumped by as much as 7% in the company's initial public offering on Thursday.
    The company plans to use the bulk of the proceeds from its IPO to pay down debt.
    It operates more than 3.5 billion square feet of commercial real estate and employs about 48,000 people in 70 countries.
    Shares of the commercial-real-estate giant Cushman & Wakefield rose by as much as 7% in their trading debut on Thursday.
    In a regulatory filing on Wednesday, the company said it priced the shares on sale at its initial public offering at $17, the midpoint of its estimated range, and...
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