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Facebook set to go on an IPO roadshow

May 2, 2012
In anticipation of its IPO, Facebook will be going on the road to pitch itself to mutual funds and investors. What happens in these presentations?
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Splunk makes a splash

Apr 20, 2012
The data-analysis company has the strongest initial public stock offering of the year. It's all about Big Data.
Posted In: Splunk, big data, IPO
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Facebook friends 25 more banks

Mar 8, 2012
Facebook now has 31 banks involved in the company’s much-anticipated stock offering. Why does it want so many bankers?
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Can tech IPOs save California's budget?

Mar 1, 2012
California is looking forward to both the Yelp and Facebook IPOs in the near future. One analyst estimated it could bring as much as $2.5 billion to the financially struggling state.
Posted In: Facebook, IPO, Yelp, california
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Online review site Yelp preps for IPO

Feb 29, 2012
Yelp, the website that offers up user reviews for everything from restaurants and bars to barbershops will soon get its own review of a different and perhaps much harsher kind.
Posted In: Yelp, IPO
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Yelp readies for the stock market

Feb 28, 2012
The site that lets you reviews local restaurants and services is about to get its own review -- from investors.
Posted In: Yelp, IPO
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Zynga earnings to give clues about Facebook

Feb 14, 2012
Online gaming company is important to Facebook's bottom line.
Posted In: zynga, Facebook, IPO
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Wanna buy the Empire State Building? Really.

Feb 14, 2012
The owners of the Empire State Building, among other office towers, register to sell shares to the public.
Posted In: IPO, real estate, empire state building
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Facebook users want their share

Feb 6, 2012
Last week's Facebook IPO has many users questioning why the social network can make so much money off of their user data.
Posted In: Facebook, IPO, web privacy
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Facebook to face more regulation

Feb 2, 2012
Becoming a public company also means Facebook will be facing more scrutiny, from investors, sure -- but also from government regulators.
Posted In: Facebook, IPO, regulation

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