China ride-sharing app Didi raises $4.4 billion in New York IPO

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Eighteen companies are set to go public this week. Some of the names include Clear, Sentinel One, Legal Zoom and Krispy Kreme, but the big story on Wednesday is global on-demand service app Didi. CNBC’s Eunice Yoon reports.

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