Equidity's outspoken founder and CEO Mona DeFrawi sees some major structural problems with the IPO process. Namely, she said that markets have shifted from being investor-focused to trader-focused, and "no-one has noticed."
Aaron Levie, Box's energetic young CEO, today revealed that the company is prepping for an initial public offering in 2014.
Facebook's IPO was so messy that it's forced California to revise its budget estimates -- downwards.
SurveyMonkey initiates one of the largest capital raises by a private US Internet company to show employees and investors some returns.
Editor's Pick Security company FireEye raised $50 million today to prepare itself for an inevitable initial public offering.
Facebook's stock hasn't passed $30 a share since July. Today, however, it hit the high after inviting press to "see what we're building" at an event on January 15.
After studying the secondary markets, one analyst firm says Twitter is now worth as much as $11 billion or more. It also suspects the company may soon test the IPO waters, if the markets improve.
Want to get acquired? Shut up, of course you do. Here are a few helpful pointers from an M&A firm and a recent acquiree.
SolarCity's stock soars on its first day of trading, after a last minute share price cut.
Editor's Pick On Tuesday, Enish will make its debut on the Tokyo Stock Exchange. In U.S. markets, such an IPO would be laughable; mobile games are apps or even features here, not legitimate, sustainable businesses.
Forget about consumer IPOs: The vast majority of companies expected to go to the public markets in 2013 will be business-focused.
Evernote, the note taking website that helps you organize your life online, has taken on an $85 million round of funding from AGC Equity Partners and Valiant Capital. Current investors T.Rowe Price Associates, Inc. also participated in the round.
SolarCity is gearing up for a big IPO -- but will the business be able to survive changing federal regulations?
On the heels of its $126 million IPO, Wi-Fi technology and solutions maker Ruckus Wireless' stock price dropped about 18 percent in its first day of trading on the New York Stock Exchange.
Ruckus Wireless, maker of complex Wi-Fi technology for enterprises and service providers, has priced its IPO for the NYSE at $15 a share — the top of its previously estimated price range of $13 to $15.
Event management company Cvent is on pace to channel more than $7 billion in event and conference spending in 2012 and is now bigger than its next 10 competitors -- combined.
The Pleasanton, Calif.-based company announced plans for a recruiting mobile app for hiring teams, as well as a big data analytics toolset.
In a commanding and impressive IPO performance, cloud software company Workday's stock soared 72 percent in early trading today.
Will this Facebook IPO mess never be behind us?
Cloud Security company Qualys is up 18 percent in after hours trading. The company debuted on the NASDAQ today, with a slow start ending in an 11 percent climb.