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15 Oct 2020
The EndSARS protesters who were demonstrating peacefully in Abuja were attacked by a group of assailants Wednesday afternoon. Protesters calling for police reform gathered for the seventh day of protest Thursday morning at the Berger roundabout of the Nigerian capital.
14 Oct 2020
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12 Oct 2020
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21 Sep 2020
TikTok Global, the firm that is to control US operations of the video app TikTok, will launch an initial public offering, China's ByteDance has announced. It said the move is intended to increase transparency.
18 Aug 2020
German coronavirus vaccine developer CureVac says its New York share market debut has netted more than €180 million. Its shares sold at the top end in Friday's placing on the Nasdaq exchange.
11 Dec 2019
Saudi Arabia has listed the world's most profitable company on the stock market in what's been the world's largest IPO. Right now, shares are only being traded on the Tadawul Exchange in Riyadh.
17 Nov 2019
Alibaba confirms Hong Kong IPO
18 Jun 2019
Work collaboration tool Slack is going public this week, but not with an IPO. The company is opting for a direct listing allowing it's investors and employees to sell their existing shares immediately. The company has a current valuation of $16.5 billion. Bloomberg's Emily Chang reports. Disclosure: Bloomberg Beta, the venture capital arm of Bloomberg LP, is an investor in Slack.
1 Jun 2019
Car sharing giant Uber has met its first-quarter forecast, with a loss of $1 billion but increasing revenue and users. The losses were the result of big spending in the lead-up to its IPO earlier in May.

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