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Weibo, China's version of Twitter, which is set to go public in the U.S. this week, has met with some downbeat reviews, including a warning from an IPO expert who said the company's offering is painting a far rosier picture than reality.
09/20/2013 03:39:52 PM PDT Updated: 09/20/2013 03:39:55 PM PDT Today: Silicon Valley software firms FireEye and Rocket Fuel blaze higher in public debuts, signalling a booming market as Twitter lines up its initial public offering.
Prospective borrowers ranging from U.S. companies to county governments on Monday shelved a raft of deals to raise new capital or refinance debt as a suddenly uncertain interest rate environment dented demand. In the municipal bond market, half a
Groupon Inc. and Zynga Inc. Now as 2013 gets underway, there's little buzz about pending tech IPOs in a changed landscape. Social media startups are out, cloud computing and big data are in, and new securities law will reduce the public scrutiny (
A pair of IPOs in the past week pushed 2012's deal count to 120, excluding real-estate investment trusts, topping the 116 last year, according to Dealogic data. But zero IPOs are on the docket for the coming week and the week after. If issuers don't
WhiteWave Foods Co.'s $391 million IPO, as the stock notched modest gains in early trading. WhiteWave's stock opened at $19 on the New York Stock Exchange on Friday, up 12% from its initial public offering offer price of $17, making the deal the
Following positive reactions to some recent initial public offerings for tech companies, two more debuts from the sector are slated for the market this week. The new debuts both software firms will continue to test investors' appetite for tech IPOs
Money Monitor Investing Market View Fender expects to sell 10.7 million shares at between $13 and $15 apiece. It expects to have 26.4 million shares outstanding after the offering and will have a market value of about $395-million, based on the top-
This week marked the return of the initial public offering to U.S. markets, a very tentative return in the wake of last month's Facebook flop. And investors still debate whether the initial public offering process has been helped or hindered by the
Four companies are gearing up to brave the initial public offering market this week, following a month-long Facebook-induced IPO freeze. The companies -- ServiceNow, EQT Midstream Partners, Exa, and Tesaro -- come from industries ranging from cloud