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TPG’s Cushman & Wakefield said to interview advisers for IPO

Since news first came out of its IPO plans, Cushman & Wakefield’s closest publicly traded peers, CBRE Group and Jones Lang LaSalle have climbed 57% and 76% respectively. That’s influenced the decision to consider listing this year.

iQiyi, Bilibili join the Chinese rush to go public in the U.S.

iQiyi aims to raise as much as $2.4 billion through its IPO, offering 125 million American depositary shares at $17 to $19 apiece.

China’s news app Qu Toutiao said to mull U.S. IPO at $3b valuation

Qu Toutiao has no connection to the more popular Jinri Toutiao run by Beijing ByteDance Technology Co.

Baidu-backed online video company IQiyi files for $1.5b US IPO

IQiyi, whose streaming-video service is similar to American rival Netflix Inc., is aiming for a public market valuation of as much as $10 billion.

US jobs website Glassdoor interviews banks to advise on IPO

The employment website operator is aiming to sell shares in the second half of 2018.

File-sharing startup Dropbox, valued at $10b, files for U.S. IPO

Dropbox, which was valued at $10 billion in its 2014 funding round, would be one of the biggest U.S. enterprise technology companies to list domestically in several years.

Dell Technologies mulls strategic options including IPO

Raising cash could help the company further expand or pay off some of the debt.

Dropbox said to have filed confidentially for U.S. IPO

A share sale by San Francisco-based Dropbox, one of a closely watched group of high-profile private tech companies with multibillion-dollar valuations, would follow Snap Inc.’s disappointing step into the public markets.

Tencent-backed search engine Sogou targets $585m in US IPO

Tencent is Sogou’s largest shareholder with a 44% stake before the offering.

Asian companies sell most stock in U.S. since Alibaba’s IPO

Fifteen Asian companies have raised $3.2 billion in US IPOs and seen their shares climb 46% since their listings this year.