The textbook rental site’s stock fell to $9.82 a share, at the time of publishing, but board member Paul Holland is optimistic that the stock will ultimately go up.
EquaMetrics has closed $4.5 million in funding for its platform that helps investors with no programming experience create their own trading algorithms.
Dataminr has closed $30 million for its real-time analytics service that gives financial clients alerts about relevant breaking news before news outlets even find out.
Two lifelong friends have come up with a way for fashionistas to keep their closets fresh without going broke.
“If you give tools that allow people to be creative, people get very creative,” said Bondsy’s founder.
Google hits a high of $911 ahead of its highly buzzed about developer conference today.
OpenCoin is a startup building a simple, global, open currency system. Today, the company announced closing an angel round of funding to expand the Ripple protocol, a virtual currency and payments system that allows “anyone in the world to trade any amount of money in any currency.”
Taylor More claims this is the first time anyone has sold a house in exchange for Bitcoins. “This is a good way to get in on the movement early,” he said.
SolarCity’s stock soars on its first day of trading, after a last minute share price cut.
SprinkleBit’s social investing platform lets novices learn, practice, and finally, trade.
Hong Kong-based 8 Securities, an investment service for the average Joe, announced the launch of its first product Monday. The company’s inaugural product is a web app where investors can buy and sell stock, research investment strategies, and connect with other investors via Facebook and Twitter.
Social gaming giant Zynga has decided to list its shares on the tech-heavy NASDAQ stock exchange, according to a recent filing with the securities and exchange commission.
It’s day two of complete market mayhem. Has the chaos closed the window for companies looking to file for an initial public offering?
Facebook is planning to file an initial public offering as early as October or November, according to a CNBC report. A filing at that time would most likely lead to an IPO in the first quarter of 2012, with a potential $100 billion valuation.
Currensee, a social network for foreign exchange traders, today announced it has secured a third round of funding for $4 million. The new funding will be used to expand the sales team in Europe and develop more management tools as well as make investing easier.
A new study conducted by a doctoral student at Pace University, in association with Famecount (which tracks how popular brands are according to social media) concludes that social media popularity can reliably predict daily stock prices.