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    Virtu Financial Inc , a trading firm whose plans to go public were postponed last year amid the furor over high-frequency trading, has filed a new prospectus for an IPO, a U.S. regulatory filing on Friday showed.

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    Virtu Financial Inc , a trading firm whose plans to go public were postponed last year amid the furor over high-frequency trading, has filed a new prospectus for an IPO, a U.S. regulatory filing on Friday showed.

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    Virtu Financial Inc, a trading firm whose plans to go public were postponed last year amid the furor over high-frequency trading sparked by Michael Lewis' book "Flash Boys," filed a new prospectus for an IPO, a U.S. regulatory filing on Friday showed.

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    IPO postponed in April after' Flash Boys'. Virtu Financial Inc., one of the world's largest high-frequency trading firms, filed revised documents with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Friday, reviving plans to go public.

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    Internet service provider EarthLink (ELNK) plunged after reporting fourth-quarter earnings that missed analysts' expectations. Box surged 5.3% to end the day at $18.96. The online storage company got a boost following the expiration of its initial public offering quiet period in which analysts were restricted from issuing ratings on the company, according to a report in Benzinga.

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    A company that serves 54 customers may not appear to be the most thriving business at first sight, but when those 54 customers are paraplegics who are now able to walk on their own, the company that provides them with that capability means the world. ReWalk, founded in 1997 by an Israeli quadriplegic, Dr. Amit Goffer, makes an exoskeleton that helps paralyzed individuals walk.

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    Demandware (DWRE), a leading provider of enterprise cloud commerce solutions, reported a fourth-quarter loss of $3.8 million, or 11 cents per share, Thursday. Investors who bought into Demandware (DWRE) in the year after its initial public offering in 2012 have done well. Since the shares peaked at $82.23, investors have seen 34% of their value evaporate.

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    Listing plans delayed last year after' Flash Boys' furor. One of the world's biggest high-frequency trading firms is betting that the "Flash Boys" furor is behind it. Virtu Financial Inc. is reviving its plan to go public, and is expected to file a revised IPO prospectus with the Securities and Exchange Commission within days, according to people familiar with the matter.

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    The following corporate finance-related. * Credit Bureau TransUnion Corp plans to raise about $800 million in an initial public offering this year, Bloomberg reported, citing people familiar with the matter.

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    Credit Bureau TransUnion Corp plans to raise about $800 million in an initial public offering this year, Bloomberg reported, citing people familiar with the matter. The company, which sells credit reports and services to business, plans to raise about $600 million to $800 million in the third quarter, the report added.

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    Shares of Virgin America Inc. (VA) ran up 7.4% in premarket trade Wednesday, after the air carrier beat fourth- quarter profit and sales expectations. For the quarter ended Dec. 31, net earnings fell to $3.9 million, or 16 cents a share, from $14.2 million, or $4.57 a share, in the year-earlier period. Excluding non-recurring items, such as compensation associated with the initial public offering in November and mark-to-market pricing of fuel hedges, adjusted earnings per share were...

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    BATS Global Markets Inc., one of the country's three big stock-exchange operators, is preparing to replace its chief executive officer as it lays the groundwork to take another stab at an IPO, according to people familiar with the matter. Chris Concannon, a former executive at the high-speed trading firm Virtu Financial LLC who joined BATS as president in December, is expected to be appointed as CEO as early as this summer, the people said. Longtime incumbent CEO Joseph Ratterman...

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    Privately-held Cara Operations Ltd, the company behind Canadian restaurant staples Swiss Chalet and burger chain Harvey's, is looking to go public again as it aims to capitalize on the recent string of blockbuster restaurant IPOs.

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    'Killer application' is video for social media, analyst says. NEW YORK-- GoPro Inc. (GPRO) shares surged 8% Tuesday as a lock-up on 76 million shares expired. The expiration of a lockup tied to the initial public offering of shares in the maker of active cameras last June could be an "attractive entry point" for investors, according to Gus Richard, an analyst with Northland Capital Markets who launched coverage of the stock Tuesday with a buy recommendation.

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    Less than a year after its London IPO, private equity-controlled Lloyd's of London insurer Brit has agreed to a takeover by Canada's Fairfax Financial Holdings (FRFHF) that values the company at £1.22 billion. Fairfax will offer 280 pence in cash per share, plus a higher-than-expected 25 pence final dividend that was due to be announced when Brit reports full-year results on Feb. 25.

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    Philadelphia Energy Solutions, a joint venture part owned by Carlyle Group LP (CG), filed with U.S. regulators for an initial public offering. The company, which operates the largest refinery on the U.S. East Coast, said BofA Merrill Lynch and Credit Suisse were underwriting the IPO. The filing had a nominal fundraising target of $100 million.

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    Offer any investor a 30% return in less than a year and they'd either bite your hand off or assume you were mad. But that is what is on the table for those who bought into Brit Insurance's initial public offering last March with the agreed GBP1.2 billion takeover by Fairfax Financial of Canada. Better yet, it seems to make sense for everyone involved.

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    Shake Shack Inc. (SHAK) said Tuesday it is partnering with Sazaby League Ltd. to bring its burgers to Tokyo, with the first outlet in the Japanese capital expected to open in 2016. Sazaby League is the company that brought Starbucks to Japan, the burger chain said in a statement. Shake Shack (SHAK) and Sazaby League are planning to open 10 Shacks in Japan through 2020. Shake Shack (SHAK) shares were not yet active in premarket trade, but closed Friday at $40.99, or 95% above their initial public offering...