Tag: debut

Secretive data-miner Palantir could fetch a $22 billion price-tag at its market debut next week, WSJ says

  • Palantir, the secretive technology firm, could fetch a $22 billion price-tag at its planned market debut on September 30, the Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday.
  • Palantir’s bankers have said the company could start trading at $10 a share, equating to a market valuation of about $22 billion.
  • The controversial company is choosing to bypass the traditional initial-public-offering route, and opt for a direct listing instead.
  • In the past year, Palantir’s stock in its private listing has trended higher.
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Big-data company Palantir Technologies is expected to carry a $22 billion price-tag when it goes public by the end of September, WSJ reported.

The data-miner is avoiding a traditional IPO route and instead choosing to go public via a direct listing, the Journal reported.

According to WSJ, Palantir’s bankers have told investors that shares could start trading at $10 each, giving the

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Rookie Justin Herbert had no idea he was making his NFL debut until moments before kickoff and nearly beat the reigning champs

  • Chargers rookie quarterback Justin Herbert found out just moments before taking the field against the Chiefs that he would be making his first NFL start.
  • The Chargers had to change plans quickly after regular starter Tyrod Taylor had to go to the hospital while dealing with chest pain.
  • Herbert impressed in his debut, throwing for 311 yards and a touchdown and rushing for another score.
  • His one rookie mistake proved costly though, as he passed up an easy first down in favor of forcing a throw across his body that was picked off by the Kansas City defense.
  • While the Chargers would lose the game in overtime, Herbert still was pretty impressive for a kid making his first NFL start on a moment’s notice.

Rookie quarterback Justin Herbert was surprised to learn just moments before kickoff that he would be making his first NFL start on Sunday against Patrick Mahomes

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Color World Announces Debut of the Color World App After its Online Concert Becomes Part of Music History

NEW YORK, Sept. 14, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Color Star Technology Co., Ltd. (Nasdaq CM: HHT) (the “Company”, “we” or “HHT”) officially broadcasted the Color World Online Concert to audiences around the globe via its official platform “Color World” at 9 pm Eastern Time on September 9th. The Color World Online Concert attracted over half a million viewers from mainland China and all over the world. Global Social media networks reached over 10 million hits.

More than ten international celebrities including Grammy-winning jazz guitarist Larry Carlton, “Pop Music Queen” Na Ying from mainland China, Hong Kong’s legendary singer George Lam, globally-renown pianist Wu Muye, R&B singer-songwriter Ashanti, among others, presented a music feast with remarkable international flavors. Combining showcase performances with proprietary tech tools, the event was equally memorable for moving vocals and masterful instrumentals as well as its sheer technological reach.

While the performers took center stage, investors saw yet

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Initial public offerings scheduled to debut next week

NEW YORK (AP) — The following is a list of initial public offerings planned for the coming week. Sources include IPO ETF manager Renaissance Capital, and SEC filings.

Week of Sep. 14

AmWell – Boston, 35 million shares, priced $14-$16, managed by Morgan Stanley/Goldman Sachs. Proposed NYSE symbol AMWL. Business: Provides a telehealth platform for insurers and patients.

Asana – San Francisco, 30 million shares, priced at $28, managed by Morgan Stanley/JP Morgan. Proposed NYSE ASAN. Business: Provides enterprise task management and collaboration software.

Broadstone Net Lease – Rochester, N.Y., 33.5 million shares, priced $17-$19, managed by JP Morgan/Goldman Sachs. Proposed NYSE BNL. Business: Single-tenant commercial net lease REIT with 633 properties in the U.S.

Dyne Therapeutics – Waltham, Mass. 10.3 million shares, priced $16-$18, managed by JP Morgan/Jefferies. Proposed Nasdaq symbol DYN. Business: Preclinical biotech developing oligonucleotide therapies for rare muscular diseases.

Greenwich LifeSciences – 2.9 million shares, priced

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