'The bigger we get, the smaller we need to act,' the burger chain declared in its filing.
Internet hosting company GoDaddy still plans to go public. Just not this year.
It underscores the buoyant mood in an industry that is emerging from a long spell of turbulence.
Volatile market conditions have investors thinking twice, and companies pushing back their plans to go public.
The southern restaurant chain is aiming to go public while chicken and restaurant IPOs are hot.
Chicken-wings chain Wingstop is plotting a $100 million IPO, according to reports.
Taking your company public is about more than bringing in a lot of new funds. For one thing, it won't really be your company anymore.
The cloud-storage company filed in March but may not go public until early 2015.
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New fundraising round reportedly values the popular social-media management tool at $1 billion.
Initially priced at $68, shares of the Chinese tech titan opened at $92.70 this morning in what is officially the largest U.S.-based IPO of all time.
When entrepreneurs opt for this type of investment, they run the risk of losing control.
This latest round of funding values The Honest Company, a maker of eco-friendly family and baby products, at close to $1 billion.
Sources say the burger chain is preparing to go public, cashing in on the fast-casual trend.