IPO Market Stumbles in Denmark as $1 Billion Deal In Doubt

The world’s largest cleaning service provider had to pull its IPO in the last minute in March 2011 as stock markets plunged amid Japan’s nuclear disaster. ISS eventually listed three years later, and has performed well on the Danish exchange with the …
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