Entries in 'ipo' (21)
It was a rough day on the markets for casual games maker King yesterday.
King’s high-profile IPO has got off to a stumbling start.
Candy Crush Saga studio King is pushing to generate $530m (£319m) in an initial public offering that would see the British game maker valued at up to $7.6bn (£4.6bn).
Free-to-play specialist King has filed for an IPO as it plans to go public.
In what would complete one of retail’s most impressive turnarounds, GAME is said to be lining up a possible return to the stock markets.
Candy Crush developer King has filed for an initial public offering in the US worth an estimated $5 billion, according to a report.
Rumour-mongers say we should expect another shock stock market float from a UK games firm.
Candy Crush Saga developer King is gearing up for an IPO, according to a report.
Despite reporting better than expected quarterly earnings, Facebook took a beating on the stock market yesterday.
Global social network Facebook has filed for a $5bn initial public offering which could value the company at $100bn.
FarmVille, CityVille and the rest of Zynga's portfolio are well-established as Facebook's money-makers and now we know how much they are truly worth.
Social giant Facebook is set to file for an initial public offering in a deal which could value the company as much as $100bn.
Zynga will later today finally go public, and is will end the day valued at around $9bn.
Mark Pincus, the chief executive of social games giant Zynga, has begun pitching his company to key investors in preparation for its upcoming IPO.
Zynga seems to have downsized estimations of its own worth ahead of the much-awaited IPO for the company.
Social networking behemoth Facebook could be eyeing up the long awaited transition to a public company with an IPO that could amount to $10 billion.
Social games giant Zynga is likely to delay its leap onto the stock market due to Wall Street disorder, a new report suggests.
Analysts are debating whether turmoil across the financial markets will damage Zynga’s bid to go public.
It's the silent success story of modern gaming. It's growing. It's bigger than you realise and it becomes more influential every day. And it believes video games should be free.
FarmVille creator and Facebook gaming behemoth Zynga is close to floating on the stock market.