Tokyo’s AI startup Heroz scores record IPO gains

TOKYO — The software company whose robot beat a renowned player at Japanese chess notched a record tenfold jump in share price between Friday’s initial public offering and opening for trading Tuesday, fueling a sense that the IPO market is overheating. On …
( read original story …)


Related Post

Osaka set for showdown against Stephens at WTA Fin...
views 35
SINGAPORE (AP) -- Naomi Osaka and Sloane Stephens,...
Panasonic’s facial recognition gate selected...
views 197
Osaka , Dec.15 (ANI): Panasonic Corporation announ...
Free trade – not turf rows – tipped to top China, ...
views 155
Li told Kono that relations between China and Japa...
Shanghai tops Tokyo as Asia’s property investment ...
views 247
The Chinese city of Shanghai has become the top de...
China, Japan extract combustible ice from seafloor
views 237
Japan first extracted some of the material in 2013...
Ontario university students touring nuclear disast...
views 243
A handful of Ontario university students are touri...
Falling tech stocks pull US indexes off their reco...
views 212
The Japanese Nikkei 225 index up 0.1 percent. Hong...
Japan plans long-range missiles amid N. Korea thre...
views 175
Tokyo: Japan plans to purchase offensive air-to-su...
Osaka solar scientists rough up silicon panels to ...
views 206
Osaka University research team modifies the surfac...
Japan’s Aso says Tokyo to discuss frozen bee...
views 242
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's finance minister said on...