News and Articles About IPO
Dublin-based King Media Entertainment filed for an initial public offering early this morning, as investors questioned the company's long-term prospects.
The San Mateo, Calif.-based company announced today that it plans to go public.
While many people celebrate going public, this new milestone can be challenging on many fronts. Here, we discuss how to keep investors engaged and your board satisfied.
Box, which counts Dropbox among its rivals, has reportedly filed to go public.
In its latest round of fundraising, the cloud storage company raised a reported $250 to $400 million at a valuation of $10 billion.
Wix chief executive talks about life at a startup on the way to a big milestone.
With 590 U.S. technology companies in the IPO pipeline, 2014 is looking to be a good year.
AMC Stubs members have the chance buy stock as the company prepares to go public, with the company reserving 110,000 shares for loyal customers.
A look at the companies that have gone public since President Obama passed the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act in April of 2012.
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With Twitter's IPO, this year and next are shaping up to be epic for co-founder Jack Dorsey -- and for his wallet.
Twitter is the poster child for entrepreneurial determination and free-market opportunities. Believe that hype.
Twitter may be one of the most talked-about IPOs of the year, but it's nothing in size compared to these guys.
Nearly half of active investors, or those who had adjusted their holdings within the last year, say Twitter would not be a good investment, according to an AP-CNBC poll.
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The eye-popping price tags of companies such as Fab, Pinterest and Snapchat have raised concerns that valuations have gotten out of whack. The reality is there's no such thing as being overvalued or undervalued.
Under traditional metrics, there is no way to justify Twitter's expected valuation. More answers are needed.
When a company is losing money, the sky's the limit when it comes to predicting how bright its future will be.
Twitter needs diversity on its board, but not in the way you might think.
With the IPO set, Twitter's venture capital investors, longtime employees and other stockholders are about to become very wealthy.
Potbelly more than doubled during its first day of trading, securing a spot as one of the top IPO debuts of 2013.
Twitter made its S-1 filing available to the public on Thursday, lifting the veil on its initial public offering plans.
Potbelly has seen rapid growth, and franchises should become a bigger part of the mix after the IPO.
The social network announced its confidential filing for an initial public offering via a tweet. It's showing signs it learned from Facebook's IPO.
While going public is certainly a big change for the company, its global franchisees will likely not have to worry.