SeaWorld stock surges in 1st day on NYSE SeaWorld Entertainment Inc.'s stock surged in its first day of trading on the New York Stock Exchange. The owner of theme parks famous for water shows featuring killer whales and dolphins jumped $5.29, or 19.6 percent, to $32.29 in afternoon trading, after the company and its backers raised $702 million. More
Fears of an IPO Floodgate in China China's campaign to cut a huge backlog of initial public offerings has failed to deliver. Now there are signs that the authorities could be preparing to reopen the IPO floodgates. More
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The only thing worse for Bruce Arians than having to listen to that annoying train horn they kept blaring throughout Sunday’s game at New Era Field was having to watch his Cardinals get run right off the rails by the Buffalo Bills.