News and Articles About IPOs
Initially priced at $68, shares of the Chinese tech titan opened at $92.70 this morning in what is officially the largest U.S.-based IPO of all time.
Venture capitalists opened their wallets wide during the second quarter, but venture-backed initial public offerings fell.
Shed light on five key areas about a startup's business model to make a compelling pitch for money.
In the mercurial world of casual gaming, once prominent players have struggled to adapt to industry trends.
If you wait till the last minute, the public offering will disrupt your business. And if that happens, what's the point?
More than 20 franchisees have accused Papa Murphy's of failing to release necessary information in franchise disclosure documents.
GrubHub's IPO has proved to be a treat for investors, as the stock jumped 54 percent in its public debut.
The maker of the wildly popular Candy Crush game has had a disastrous public debut. What might that mean for private companies in the gaming space?
The company is said to have run into problems with at least one key projection of future performance.
GrubHub Seamless is the latest-consumer tech company to file for a confidential initial public offering.
One in five companies that went public in 2013 were software-service companies. Heres a look at some of the highlights from last year and some of the early-bird winners of 2014.
Confidence among West Coast startup investors has reached a level not seen since 2007. For some VCs, though, the level of excitement is something to be cautious about.
Box, which counts Dropbox among its rivals, has reportedly filed to go public.
With a number of high-profile IPOs, franchises are having a moment in the Wall Street spotlight.
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.
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.
The New York Stock Exchange ran three trial IPOs this past weekend, seeking to prevent a repeat of Facebook's glitch-plagued Nasdaq debut.
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.
As investor appetite improves and the Big Apple's tech scene continues to mature, analysts expect New York City to become a hub of tech IPO activity in coming years.
Not wanting a repeat of Facebook's botched IPO, Twitter reportedly plans to list itself on the New York Stock Exchange when it makes its market debut.
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.
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