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IPO

Go Public or Stay Private? The Endless Debate, Continued.

Deciding whether to go public or not is about evaluating what's best for your company and its stakeholders.
Technology Startups

Twilio IPO Exceeds Expectations, Despite Brexit Angst

The communications software provider on Wednesday defied stock market volatility by raising $150 million.
exits

3 Business-Exit Plans That Actually Work

Not having a plan for selling your business is like not having a will.
Uber

Uber CEO Travis Kalanick Responds to Critics Who Want IPO

Kalanick also announced Arianna Huffington, founder and editor-in-chief of The Huffington Post, is joining Uber's board of directors.
IPO

Dell's Cyber Security Unit Secureworks Valued at Up to $1.42 Billion in IPO

SecureWorks joins several firms looking to tap the capital markets as investor interest in them grows after a spate of cyber attacks on big companies including banks and retailers.
Regulation A+

How Elio Motors Went From Startup to Publicly Traded Company in Months

Elio Motors was the first startup to become a publicly traded company using the updated Regulation A+ crowdfunding rules.
worth-knowing

#RIPTwitter: 6 Lessons for Every Startup

Just a couple of years ago, everyone though Twitter would be the next Facebook. Then everything went to hell.
Run a Better Business

Are You That Lucky Employee With an IPO Windfall?

If you are, then don't lose it. Instead, plan wisely. Here are five ways to do that.
IPO

Examining True Valuation In the Wake of Disappointing Tech IPOs

A spate of valuations below expectations has many tech investors worried but the problem is likely just normal Silicon Valley volatility.
Biomedical Technology

A Bill Gates-Backed Gene Editing Startup Is Going Public

Editas Medicine is the first gene-editing medical technology company to file an IPO.
Dell

Dell's Cybersecurity Unit SecureWorks Plans IPO

The computing giant acquired the company in 2011 for $612 million. It said it plans to raise $100 million from the stock sale.
IPO

How to Prepare Your Business for an Initial Public Offering

Know when an IPO makes sense and how to get ready for your first.
Startup Funding

What Slow Exits Mean to Startup Investors

Since the end of the Internet 1.0 boom in 2001, the time to exit for the average venture-capital-backed company has more than doubled.
Equity Crowdfunding

Raising Capital Through Regulation A+? You Still Need to Market Your Socks Off.

Aggressive marketing is an essential part of every Mini IPO campaign, just as it is for rewards-based crowdfunding.
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