Like other upcoming public offerings, Groupon’s now has a big shadow hanging over it.
It’s day two of complete market mayhem. Has the chaos closed the window for companies looking to file for an initial public offering?
Deals site Groupon will be updating its S-1 filing yet again to remove an unusual accounting measurement, according to an article by AllThingsD.
Business social-networking site LinkedIn chief executive Jeff Weiner said he expects to include internal enterprise communication tools like those seen in Salesforce.com’s Chatter and Yammer within LinkedIn.
After the dot com bubble burst, Cvent, an online events management company, had to scrimp. The company barely survived.
An analyst with investment bank JP Morgan, which helped underwrite business social network LinkedIn’s initial public offering, downgraded the stock today and set a price target of $85.
As it inches closer to going public, real estate listings site Zillow raised the price of its initial public offering to a range between $16 and $18. The new price ups its valuation to $485 million.
Here’s our roundup of the week’s tech business news. First, the most popular stories published by VentureBeat in the last seven days:
Social games maker Zynga, the developer behind smash hits like FarmVille and CityVille, has raised a total of $845 million in its four years of operation, according to its S-1 filing with the Securities and Exchange commission on Friday.
Social games maker Zynga, the developer behind smash hits like FarmVille and CityVille, filed for an initial public offering on Friday. It is one of the largest initial public offerings expected this year, alongside group-buying site Groupon.
Massively popular social gaming company Zynga today filed for a $1 billion IPO along with some staggering numbers, including that the company had already earned $90 million in profit in 2011. The filing also revealed what sort of compensation the executive board earned in 2010.
Jeff Jordan, former chairman and CEO of OpenTable, has joined Andreessen-Horowitz as the firm’s fifth partner.
[Update: a separate report from Bloomberg News also indicates that Zynga might file for an initial public offering tomorrow.]
GSV Capital Corp. has invested a stake in Facebook that values the social network at $70 billion, reports Reuters.
Solar panel micro-inverter manufacturer Enphase Energy is looking to raise $51.5 million in a funding round and has raised around $14 million of that so far, according to a recent filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Biofuel producer KiOR has priced its initial public offering at $15 per share, down from $19 to $21 that the company originally announced on Wednesday.
Game publisher Electronic Arts is the latest rumored suitor looking to buy casual games maker PopCap for more than $1 billion, according to sources talking to TechCrunch’s Jason Kincaid.
On the heels of filing its $750 million initial public offering, online coupon startup Groupon is under heavy scrutiny from critics.
Pandora’s trading debut on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) went well, but it wasn’t met with the same fanfare that greeted LinkedIn, a business social network went public in May.
Pandora will begin trading publicly on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) Wednesday at an initial public offering price of around $16, giving the company an initial valuation of $2.6 billion.
Guest Post (Editor’s note: Robert R. Ackerman, Jr. is the founder and managing director of Allegis Capital. He submitted this story to VentureBeat.)
Online radio station Pandora has priced its shares between $7 and $9 in its upcoming initial public offering on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) — giving the cloud music company a valuation of nearly $1.3 billion, according to an updated S-1 filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Group-buying site Groupon just filed for an initial public offering and is looking to raise up to $750 million. The company has submitting its S-1 filing to the Securities and Exchange commission.
Popular group-buying site Groupon just filed for a $750 million initial public offering.
In a sign of its continuing need for capital — and the good performance thus far of its stock — Tesla Motors said today it would sell 5.3 million more shares of common stock.
If LinkedIn represents a tech bubble, that bubble remained unpopped during the professional networking company’s second day of public trading. The company’s stock closed at $93.09 a share, just slightly below its close of $94.25 yesterday and more than double the price of between $42 and $45 set in its initial public offering.
Shares of LinkedIn, a social network for business professionals, ended their debut on the New York Stock Exchange up 109 percent at $94.25 as the first high-profile Web 2.0 initial public offering made a huge splash in public trading.
LinkedIn, a social network that connects professionals to help form new business contacts, increased the share pricing for its initial public offering tomorrow to between $42 and $45 — giving the company a valuation of around $4 billion — according to an updated filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Business social networking site LinkedIn has priced its initial public offering between $32 and $35 per share, meaning the company seeks to raise up to $175 million and would be valued at $3 billion, according to an updated filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
After delaying its IPO until the second half of this year, Skype is now said to be in deals talks with Facebook and Google.
The road to an IPO can be an arduous one. You want to impress at every meeting, which requires knowing what the people across the table are thinking. But the answers you need could be sitting on your monitor, assuming you know how to access them.
Envivio has filed to go public and raise as much as $69 million in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Glam Media, the media and advertising company focused on women, has hit a run rate of $100 million in annual revenue and plans to file to go public as early as this fall, according to a well-placed source who requested anonymity because of the sensitivity of the matter.
Car-sharing startup Zipcar went public on Thursday and saw its shares rise 56 percent in the latest example of a strong recovery for the initial public offering market.
Car-sharing service Zipcar has priced its initial public offering between $14 and $16 per share as it inches closer to finally going public on the NASDAQ stock market under the ticker “ZIP”, according to a recent filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.