Published On: Feb 01 2012 05:03:56 PM CSTUpdated On: May 07 2014 09:03:29 AM CDT
China's Alibaba, arguably the world's biggest e-commerce company, filed paperwork Tuesday setting the stage for what could be the biggest initial public offering in U.S. history. Here's a look at 16 of the biggest IPOs in trading history:
16. Japan Tobacco: $9.5 billion
15. East Japan Railway Co.: $9.9 billion
14. Telstra: $10.1 billion
13. AT&T Wireless Group: $10.62 billion
12. OAO Rosneft: $10.65 billion
11. Dai-ichi Mutual Life Insurance: $11.15 billion
10. Bank of China Ltd.: $11.18 billion
9. Deutsche Telekom AG: $12.4 billion
8. Nippon Telegraph & Telephone: $13.7 billion
7. Enel SpA: $16.5 billion
6. NTT Mobile Communications Network Inc.: $18.1 billion
More legal troubles for Washington-based grocer, Haggen. Anticouni & Associates, a Santa Barbara based employment law firm, filed a lawsuit Wednesday against the grocer for violating 'Whistleblower' laws.
A large rally, with chanting and passionate speakers, took place in Santa Barbara today as part of a statewide effort to alert lawmakers in Sacramento to increase funding for services needed by the disabled.
Everybody knows -- or should know -- that you should avoid saying "Xerox" when referring to photocopies, or "Coke" when asking for a soft drink. Here are 10 more words that you might not realize are also trademarked.
Los Angeles is founded, Arkansas' governor calls out the National Guard to prevent the integration of a Little Rock school, swimmer Mark Spitz sets a new Olympic gold medal mark, and Google is founded, all on this day.