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3 Business-Exit Plans That Actually Work

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

Neil Patel

· 6 min read

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.

Matthew J. Belvedere

· 2 min read

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.

Reuters

· 1 min read

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.

Sally Outlaw

· 3 min read

#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.

Steve Tobak

· 4 min read

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.

Andrea Murad

· 7 min read

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.

Tx Zhuo

· 5 min read

A Bill Gates-Backed Gene Editing Startup Is Going Public

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

Claire Groden

· 2 min read

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.

Jonathan Vanian

· 2 min read

How to Prepare Your Business for an Initial Public Offering

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

Samuel Edwards

· 5 min read

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.

Scott Shane

· 3 min read