The company is currently holding informal talks and could start down the path towards an IPO sooner rather than later.
After months of speculation, late-stage startup Box announces plans for its initial public offering, slated for next month on the New York Stock Exchange.
Offering could be one of the largest ever, reaping an expected $15 billion for a $130 billion valuation.
Games maker King says $613 million is possible if it can offer 25.5 million shares at $24 each. That would give it an overall valuation of $7.6 billion.
The company will trade under the "KING" ticker when it goes public on the New York Stock Exchange.
The Silicon Valley company, which sells rugged cameras and lots of accessories to adventurous types, announces plans to go public.
The microblogging powerhouse sells nearly a quarter less shares than anticipated.
The cloud-storage service has confidentially filed paperwork for an initial public offering, reports Quartz.
The most anticipated IPO since Facebook is ready to go, with an offering price that values the company at $14.2 billion.
Twitter's IPO had a smooth start compared with Facebook's, even though questions remain about whether Twitter can turn a profit. But putting financials aside, CNET's Kara Tsuboi and Daniel Terdiman discuss what it means for everyday users now that Twitter is a publicly traded company.