The Zumba Fitness publisher needs to get its stock back above $1 by Valentine’s Day.
Editor’s Pick Nasdaq’s trading meltdown is the latest in a long list of technical glitches for the exchange. Now if only we could figure out exactly what happened.
Today, New Jersey unsealed an indictment of five Eastern Europeans in the biggest credit card hacking scheme in the United States to date.
As Oracle departs the Nasdaq, Tesla will take its place in the Nasdaq 100 index.
With the recent tech IPOs of Tableau, Marketo, and ChannelAdvisor, it’s time to take a closer look at the NYSE or Nasdaq’s competition for these companies.
The Securities and Exchange Commission fined Nasdaq $10 million for breaking rules in the Facebook initial public offering.
Today’s Funding Daily brings you nothing small. We’ve got a huge new fund for health tech ideas, a massively ambitious plan to turn cars into something from The Jetsons, and a great, big payout from Nasdaq to early Facebook IPO participants.
The Nasdaq can official begin issuing compensation to those who lost money in the Facebook IPO technical glitches. The SEC approved the proposed plan of $62 million in cash.
The new Nasdaq-SharesPost private market will make it far easier for pre-IPO companies and their investors to turn shares into cash. But at what price?
After multiple attempts — and failures — at trading for small, early-stage companies, Nasdaq is betting the private-equity farm on SharesPost’s technology. Is this enough to erase the Facebook fubar?
Want to buy shares in Twitter? Pinterest? Palantir? Nasdaq wants to help you out with that — and it might be able to as soon as this year.
THQ filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection leads to its delisting on the NASDAQ.
The NASDAQ has reached levels not seen since 2000 at the tail end of dot-com bubble. And tech has had a lot to do with it.
THQ has regained compliance with NASDAQ’s minimum bid price listing requirement, saving it from delisting.
THQ hopes to maintain its NASDAQ listing by reducing the number of outstanding shares in a reverse stock split. The company will propose this maneuver to its shareholders at a meeting on June 29.
One day after admitting it screwed up, Nasdaq is planning to make things right with investors who lost money over trading glitches during the Facebook IPO. Nasdaq is planning to spend $13 million to make amends for bad trades that weren’t processed, reports the Wall Street Journal.
Groupon’s first technology product Groupon Now appears to be a stinking dud, according to data released on Sunday. The Groupon Now mobile app chalking up some very dour numbers, according to a new report compiled by Yipit, an industry performance tracker. The app has generated approximately $2.6 million in gross sales nationwide in the six months since its launch in May of 2011.
Technology stocks on Thursday fell sharply and have remained down in mid-day trading as the entire market shuddered on poor economic news.
As the New York Stock Exchange saw major indices plummeting by five or six percent today, tech stocks dropped even further than many of their non-tech counterparts. The picture is especially clear if you look at the stock price changes since the market slide started August 4.