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Stamford’s HCM Acquisition completes IPO

The company is looking to merge with a financial services provider.

Greenwich SPAC Aetherium Acquistion prices IPO

The company expects the IPO to close on Jan. 3, 2022.

Douglas Elliman to separate from Vector, go public

Douglas Elliman's spin-off from parent company Vector Group will allow Elliman to become a standalone, publicly traded company by the end of the year.

Greenwich’s AMCI Acquisition Corp. II prices IPO at $150M

The company is trading on NASDAQ under the "AMCIU" ticker.

Wall Street and health care intersect for pair of Fairfield County...

Sema4 and Signify Health are raking in big bucks: The former through a merger with an eye toward going public, and the latter via its own IPO.

Norwalk’s Signify Health tenders $100M IPO filing

Signify Health Inc. counts among its customers health plans, governments, employers, health systems, and physician groups.

Post-IPO, Datto tops $4.5 billion in market value

The Norwalk software firm expects to use $549.5 million of net IPO proceeds to pay down its existing credit facilities.

Datto launches IPO

The IPO price is expected to be between $24 and $27 per share.

Datto files registration for IPO

The date and specifics of the IPO have not been determined.

Greenwich-based Eagle Point Income Co. prices IPO

The company's common stock will trade on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol "EIC."

Stamford furniture retailer Lovesac expecting to raise $42M in IPO

In 2012, the firm was named the fastest-growing U.S.-based furniture company by Furniture Today magazine.

Chicken Soup for the Soul Entertainment serves up $30M IPO

The company's Class A Common Stock is approved for listing on the Nasdaq Global Market under the symbol CSSE.

Danbury info tech company proposes IPO

IMS Health Holdings Inc. values itself in the billions

GE to spin off retail business unit

GE's retail business unit plans to complete an initial public offering later this year.

Conn. sets new ‘First Five’ milestone in Charter

In Charter’s move to Stamford, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy set a new milestone for his First Five program