1. Apple just got dethroned as the world's largest public company after Aramco's dizzying $1.9 trillion IPO. Saudi Aramco started trading publicly on Wednesday, with shares spiking 10% on its opening 2.
A £4.5bn takeover of satellite firm Inmarsat is on the brink of success after a group of hedge funds dropped their objections just hours before a High Court showdown. The acquisition was due to be challenged
TOKYO (Reuters) - WeWork's failure to go public and this year's disappointing tech IPOs in the United States are a positive sign of market discipline and investor vigilance, Oaktree Capital's billionaire