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  • U.S. Picks Citigroup, JPMorgan to Manage GM Shares Sale

    The U.S. Treasury Department chose Citigroup Inc. and JPMorgan Chase & Co. to manage the sale of shares in General Motors Co., as the government works to disentangle itself from the biggest U.S. automaker following the $50 billion bailout that began in 2009.

  • Exchanges to Ask SEC to Delay Audit-Trail Deadline

    U.S. stock and options market operators and an industry regulator plan to ask the Securities and Exchange Commission to extend the deadline for when they must submit a plan for a comprehensive market oversight system.

  • Facebook Beckons Morgan Stanley as It Tops Stock Ranking on Internet IPOs

    In a boon to investment banks looking for good news amid tanking markets, a score of Internet companies went public in 2011. Professional-networking site LinkedIn Corp. hit the market in May, offering shares that as of March had nearly doubled in value. Discount coupon seller Groupon Inc. followed in November, and then game developer Zynga Inc. joined the parade in December.

  • Facebook IPO Beckons Morgan Stanley as Firm Tops Stock Ranking

    In a boon to investment banks looking for good news amid tanking markets, a score of Internet companies went public in 2011. Professional-networking site LinkedIn Corp. hit the market in May, offering shares that as of March had nearly doubled in value. Discount coupon seller Groupon Inc. followed in November, and then game developer Zynga Inc. joined the parade in December.

  • SEC in Pact for Real-Time System on Order, Trade Data

    The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission took a step toward improving its oversight of equity and options markets, contracting for a system that collects quote and trade data sold mainly to private users.

  • Ally Mimics Facebook, Twitter as Shares Surge in Private Trades

    Ally Financial Inc. , the auto lender that almost went bankrupt in 2008, has at least one thing in common with Facebook Inc. and Twitter Inc.: Its shares are surging in private trades ahead of a possible public offering.

  • Carlyle Founders’ Stakes Valued at $1 Billion Post-IPO

    William Conway, Daniel D’Aniello and David Rubenstein, who founded Carlyle Group LP in 1987, are sitting on stakes valued at $1.03 billion each as the world’s second-biggest private-equity firm goes public.

  • GM's IPO Won't Occur Before 4th Quarter, Treasury Says

    General Motors Co., 61 percent owned by the U.S., will choose the lead bankers for its initial public offering while the Treasury Department will retain veto power over the selection and determine the fees paid to underwriters.

  • AIG's Bankers Said to Value Asia Business at Up to $36 Billion

    American International Group Inc. ’s bankers estimated its main Asia division would be worth about $32 billion to $36 billion after an initial public offering, said people with knowledge of the figures.

  • GM's IPO May Hand Bankers Lowest Fees Since 1999

    Wall Street bankers may be pushed to charge the lowest fees in at least a decade to arrange the Treasury’s sale of General Motors Co. in what could be the second-largest initial public offering in U.S. history.

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