By Aparajita Saxena
Dell bought back shares of software maker VMware, in which it held an 81% stake in a cash-and-stock deal worth nearly $24 billion.
WeLab has asked bankers to suspend preparation citing current market volatility.
The company has been engaged in talks with a few private equity funds and specialist pre-IPO investors to raise up to Rs 100 crore ahead of its IPO.
Starwood Capital, Tata Capital, TPG Asia and Mauritius Investors plan to offload some of their shares in the Shriram Properties IPO.
Set up in 2014, the startup claims to be the biggest ecosystem alliance of Android smartphones.
Hong Kong has enjoyed its best year since 2010 in terms of listings, with companies raising $36.3 billion, more than anywhere else in the world.
Such a move to set up a regional startup stock exchange will open the door to all good tech companies in the region to list in Vietnam and create liquidity for them.
The company had previously said it planned to list on Mothers, a junior board of the TSE for start-up firms, on Dec. 25.
Hong Kong hosted three of Asia’s top five IPOs – Xiaomi’s $5.4 billion float, China Tower’s $7.5 billion IPO and Meituan Dianping’s $4.9 billion listing.
Founded in 2009, Reebonz was valued at about $300 million in late 2015.