Global ride sharing giant Uber is set to go public with a listing on the New York Stock Exchange on Friday.
Business software vendor Infor has announced an agreement that will see its two major shareholders inject another US$1.5 billion into the company.
Australian technology company Calix is moving ahead with its initial public offering, with the aim of raising $8 million as it continues to commercialise technology that it says reinvents the calcination (kiln) process.
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