GlobalFoundries Slips in Debut After $2.6 Billion IPO

(Bloomberg) — GlobalFoundries Inc., backed by Mubadala Investment Co., fluctuated in its trading debut, ending its first day as a public company down 1.3%.Most Read from BloombergCan a New Mayor Fix Seattle’s Downtown?A Guide to G-20 Leaders and Why a Climate Deal Is So HardThe Terrifying Rise of Haunted TourismIn Minneapolis Election, the Future of Policing Is at StakeA Deep Dive Into Squid Game’s World of InequalityThe chipmaker’s shares began trading in New York Thursday at $47, the price in


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