Digicel Pulls IPO, Weak Domain? Also, Nasdaq CEO's IPO Radar (videos)

Above CNBC video: Denis O'Brien, Digicel founder and chairman, says that his Board of Directors made the right decision to pull the company's initial public offering on Tuesday. The Caribbean telecommunications company announced on Tuesday that it had decided to withdraw its plans to go public for now, citing "current conditions, particularly in emerging markets."

Domain name: digicelgroup.com  (note: Domain Mondo would strongly advise Digicel Group to get their branding/domain/trademark strategy in order--hire a competent trademark/IP firm AND a qualified domain name broker to acquire digicel.com and digicell.com, if they intend to go public in the future, or otherwise change the company's domain/name/brand to an exact match .COM domain name. Right now, the domain/branding strategy makes the company look "weak" to potential investors.)

Above video: Nasdaq CEO's IPO Radar: What's He Watching? - Nasdaq CEO Bob Greifeld discusses the IPO market. He speaks on "Bloomberg ‹GO›." Published on Oct 6, 2015

Principal domain name: nasdaq.com


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