GrubHub leads today’s IPO parade

April 4, 2014, 3:37 PM UTC

FORTUNE — Online food ordering company GrubHub led a group of five companies that priced initial public offerings last night, and which will begin trading today on U.S. exchanges (three on the NYSE, two on the NASDAQ). Here’s the full list:

GrubHub, a Chicago-based online food ordering company, raised $193 million in its IPO. The company priced 7.4 million shares at $26 per share (above upwardly-revised $23-$25 range), for an initial market cap of approximately $2.04 billion. It will trade on the NYSE under ticker symbol GRUB, while Citigroup was listed as left lead underwriter. GrubHub reports $6.7 million in net income on $137 million in revenue for 2013. Shareholders include Spectrum Equity (12% pre-IPO stake), Warburg Pincus (9.1%), Thomas H. Lee Partners (8.9%), GS Capital Partners (8.9%), Benchmark (8.3%) and Origin Ventures (6.2%).

Tarena International Inc., a provider of professional education services in China, raised $138 million in its IPO. The company priced 15.3 million American depository shares at $9 per share (middle of $8-$10 range), for an initial market cap of approximately $456 million. It will trade on the Nasdaq under ticker symbol TEDU, while Goldman Sachs (Asia) and Credit Suisse served as lead underwriters. The company reports $14 million in net income on $93 million in revenue for 2013, compared to $9.5 million in net income on $57 million of revenue for 2012. Shareholders include Goldman Sachs (29%), IDG Ventures (23.6%), Jafco Asia Ventures (15%) and Connion Capital (6.9%).

OPower, an Arlington, Va.-based provider of energy efficiency and smart grid software, raised $116 million in its IPO. The company priced 6.1 million shares at $19 per share (high end of $17-$19 range), for an initial market cap of approximately $902 million. It will trade on the NYSE under ticker symbol OPWR, while Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs served as lead underwriters. OPower reports a $14 million net loss on nearly $89 million in revenue for 2013, compared to a $12 million net loss on $52 million in revenue for 2012. The company has raised over $65 million in VC funding from firms like New Enterprise Associates (21.8% pre-IPO stake), MHS Capital (8.3%), Accel Partners (5.4%) and Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers (5.4%).

Five9 Inc., a San Ramon, Calif.-based provider of cloud contact center software, raised $70 million in its IPO. The company priced 10 million shares at $7 per share (below $9-$11 range), for an initial market cap of approximately $322 million. It will trade on the NYSE under ticker symbol FIVN, while J.P. Morgan, Barclays and BofA Merrill Lynch served as lead underwriters. Five9 reports a $31 million net loss on $84 million in revenue for 2013, compared to a $19 million net loss on $64 million in revenue for 2012. Shareholders include Hummer Winblad Venture Partners (23.2% pre-IPO stake), Adams Street Partners (19.8%), Partech International (17.4%), Mosaic Venture Partners (17.4%) and SAP Ventures.

Corium International Inc., a Menlo Park, Calif.-based developer of pharma products that leverage transdermal and transmucosal delivery systems, raised $52 million in its IPO. The company priced 6.5 million shares at $8 per share, compared to plans to offer 5.5 million shares at between $10 and $12 per share. Its initial markets cap is around $141 million. Corium plans to trade on the Nasdaq under ticker symbol CORI, with Jefferies and Leerink Partners serving as lead underwriters. It reports a $2 million net loss on $10 million in revenue for Q4 2013. Shareholders include Essex Woodlands Health Ventures (55.92% pre-IPO stake) and Barr Laboratories (9.97%).

UPDATE: Make that six companies, not five. Here’s the last (and largest) one:

IMS Health, a Danbury, Conn.-based provider of healthcare IT solutions, raised $1.3 billion in its IPO. The company priced 65 million shares at $20 per share (within $18-$20 range), for an initial market cap of around $6.9 billion. It will trade on the NYSE under ticker symbol IMS, while Goldman Sachs, J.P. Morgan and Morgan Stanley served as lead underwriters. It reports $82 million in net income on $2.54 billion of revenue for 2013, compared to a $42 million net loss on $2.44 billion in revenue for 2012. IMS was acquired for around $5.2 billion in early 2010 by TPG Capital (62.1% pre-IPO stake), the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board(26.1%) and Leonard Green & Partners (10.7%).

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