Twitter closed the bell on its first day of trading today, a dazzling initial public offering by all accounts.
Active investors don’t have a lot of faith in Twitter.
LinkedIn filed today to get a little more working cash — $1 billion’s worth.
Business social network LinkedIn just posted its Q1 2013 earnings, and while the results trumped expectations, investors seem a bit spooked because it issued weak guidance.
Salesforce announced plans to offer $1 billion in convertible senior notes in a private placement to institutional investors.
Real estate listings site Trulia announced this morning that it is looking to raise $150 million so it can move quickly on potential acquisitions.
Mark Zuckerberg is surely smiling today. Facebook’s shares have shot up about 10 percent in early-hours trading, with the lockup period for nearly 800 million FB shares expiring today.
SecondMarket, a company that lets people buy shares in private companies — including in popular pre-IPO companies like Facebook, Twitter, and Groupon — said it has raised $15 million in a third round of financing.
Online real estate company Zillow on Wednesday filed new SEC documents that declare its IPO pricing between $12 and $14 a share, which gives the company a $378 million valuation. The company intends to raise up to $55.7 million in the IPO.