Square bounced back in its stock market debut Thursday after the once-hot mobile payments service slashed the price of its initial public offering to get the deal done.
Mobile payments firm Square will make its stock market debut on Thursday priced lower than expected in a sign that soaring tech startup values may be coming back down.
Trade and financial shocks in the form of collapsing commodity prices and reduced availability of external financing have worsened Latin America's economic prospects in the past year, according to an issue brief from Rice ...
Anyone interested in modern technology has heard of the digital currency called Bitcoin, even if few people understand how it works.
Digital payments startup Square, founded by Twitter chief Jack Dorsey, announced Wednesday that it has filed with US regulators for a stock market offering to raise $275 million.
Just two technology stocks went public this summer - not a good sign for the long list of technology startups eyeing initial public offerings.
Facebook shares lifted Friday to an all-time high, crossing $100 for the first time, during a rally in the technology sector on Wall Street.
Google's new parent company hit the stock market on Monday with an inked credo to "Do the right thing"—a spin on the founding principle "Don't be evil."
The once-hot smartphone market in China is expected to cool this year, growing a meager 1.2 percent, according to a report released Tuesday.