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China's securities regulator is considering offering a shortcut for some of the country's largest technology companies to list their shares, allowing them to jump a long line of applicants and boost domestic bourses, according to six people with knowledge of the proposals. Ant Financial, valued at $60 billion at its most recent funding round last year, is expected to be one of 2017's largest initial public offerings (IPOs). While Ant hasn't specified a preferred listing venue, analysts and bankers have previously said the deal will likely take place in Hong Kong, given the line in the mainland.
Last month saw the launch of the Pixel and Pixel XL, the first flagship phones ever to bear the "Made By Google" branding. They've been praised by reviewers as a solid first effort, but they've got some serious flaws that need fixing.