News and Articles About IPOs
The disastrous Facebook initial public offering isn't likely to damp venture-capital interest in tech startups.
After Facebook's IPO, the social network is being valued at about $100 billion. Here's how you can try to emulate that success.
If you're looking to scale up one day, it will pay to know now about how late-stage investing works.
For groundbreaking companies like Twitter and Pinterest, business plans take a backseat to growing traffic. Thanks to the excitement over the expected Facebook IPO, it's starting to feel like the dot-com boom all over again.
Private-equity firms are in the spotlight thanks to Mitt Romney. But they don't deserve the blame they get for destroying jobs any more than young breakouts like Google, says Scott Shane.
Call it a bubble or not, Groupon's lower valuation may throw a wrench in it.
The stock markets' sharp swings has perhaps derailed two major public offerings this summer. Here's what continued volatility could mean for other small companies seeking venture capital.
This week's stock-market crash(es) and downgrading of America's credit rating leave business owners asking: Is this the new normal?
On the day Crumbs Bake Shop begins trading on Nasdaq, here's a look at some of its inventive competitors.
An Initial Public Offering includes advantages and disadvantages on a grand scale.