Square chief executive Jack Dorsey

(...) $1 billion - that might want or need to go public. A number of tech IPOs have performed poorly over(...)

Shares of Square, the mobile payments company co-founded and still run by Twitter chief executive Jack Dorsey, rose yesterday. Photograph: Scott Eells/Bloomberg

(...) market at a time when several others were forced to discount or delay IPOs. More than 50 companies have(...)

A customer buys an item using her credit card and Square, a mobile credit card reader, at a farmers’ market in Union Square Park in New York

(...) private fundraising round a year ago. Other high-profile companies considered possible candidates for IPOs(...)

A Tinder smartphone app. Match Group, the parent of Tinder, has recently been IAC’s fastest-growing division
Match aiming for €500m in IPO

(...), Match will test an uncertain market for IPOs in the US. Over the past month almost every IPO has priced(...)

Tony Smurfit, chief executive  of Smurfit Kappa Group: he must surely be tempted to implement at least a slight change in emphasis, to announce his arrival if nothing else. Photograph:  Brenda Fitzsimons

(...) hamstrung by high debt. Denis O’Brien and Paul Coulson, both of whom pulled IPOs recently, are also familiar(...)

Paul Coulson, chairman of Ardagh, and Edward Kilty, chief executive, at the Ardagh plc Annual General Meeting, in Dublin on Monday. Photograph: Eric Luke

(...) amount raised in IPOs this year in the US will be well below the recent average of $50 billion a year(...)

Gary McGann, chairman of Paddy Power: ‘It’s people, the talent you left embedded, that’s what matters most.’ Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

(...) will he leave behind? “People – the most important thing. Deals, IPOs, transactions, they’re all just(...)

A replica of a Ferrari Formula One car is seen in Santiago, Chile

(...). The company’s listing comes a week after several big IPOs were discounted or delayed. Payment(...)

Even when valuations increase, they are growing by a smaller amount, according to the data

Last year, many tech IPOs enjoyed soaring valuations in their Wall Street debut, raining cash on(...)

Digicel planned its stock market debut at $13 to $16 a share, giving the company with annual revenues of $2.8 billion and debt of $6.5 billion a market value of between $4 billion and $5 billion

(...), professor of finance at the University of Florida who tracks IPOs. “For a company that is not growing with(...)