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How Etsy Has Improved For Sellers Leading Up To Its IPO

Etsy just went public, opening at $16 a share and quickly raising $500 million valuing the company at $3.5 billion as shares jumped as high as $32 at opening. As the company goes public, it’s obviously going to face a lot more pressure to grow and, and that means its’ going to have to regularly make improvements for both sellers …

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Here’s What The GoDaddy IPO Looked Like [GDDY]

GoDaddy held its initial public offering today with shares jumping as much as 34% after the stock’s debut. It opened at $26.15, 31% over the IPO price, and worked its way up to $26.84. It’s fallen a bit since then, and is at $26.15 as of the time of this writing. GoDaddy is trading as GDDY on the New York …

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Alibaba Prices Huge IPO, To Trade On NYSE

Alibaba priced its shares at $68 on Thursday, which should make its IPO the largest ever for a company in the U.S., despite the fact that the business is Chinese. It’s expected to raise at least $21.8 billion. Shares are to begin trading on the New York Stock Exchange on Friday under the BABA ticker symbol. The event is streaming …

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Alibaba IPO Expected After Labor Day

Back in May, Chinese ecommerce giant Alibaba filed for tis IPO, which is to be the biggest ever for a tech company. The IPO had been expected to take place in August, but The New York Times is now reporting, citing people with knowledge of the matter, that it will come sometime after Labor Day. The NYT’s Michael De La …

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GoDaddy To Try This IPO Thing Again

Set to go public, GoDaddy has filed its S1 with the SEC, proposing an initial public offering of shares of its Class A common stock. Rumors had been heating up earlier this year that the company would move ahead with an iPO, but it’s now official. From the press release: Morgan Stanley & Co. LLC, J.P. Morgan Securities LLC and …

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Alibaba Finally Files For IPO, Which Is Said To Be Largest Ever For Tech Company

As expected for quite a while, Alibaba has finally filed for its IPO, and word is that it will be the biggest one ever for a tech company. The Chinese e-commerce giant dominates mobile commerce in that country, accounting for a reported 76% of all sales and roughly 136 million MAUs. Alibaba also detailed its financial performance for the first …

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King, The Company Behind ‘Candy Crush,’ Files For IPO

King Digital Entertainment, the company behind the massively popular Candy Crush Saga and other games, announced that it has filed for an initial public offering. The company said on Tuesday that it has filed a registration statement on Form F-1 with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission relating to a proposed IPO of its ordinary shares. The number of shares …

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Twitter Bumps Up IPO Price Range

Twitter has made yet another revision to its IPO filing with the SEC, this time raising the price. Now, the company is looking to price shares at between $23 and $25. That’s up from between $17 and $20. The company says in the filing: Prior to this offering, there has been no public market for the common stock. It is …

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In Preparation For IPO, Twitter Reveals What Could Kill Its Business

As previously reported, Twitter filed for a $1 billion IPO, making the SEC documentation publicly available, and for the first time, we get to see what the company’s revenues look like. We also get to see the company assess its risk factors, which is always an interesting part of these filings. Twitter notes in the filing that investing in its …

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Twitter’s $1 Billion IPO Filing Is Now Publicly Available [TWTR]

Twitter’s IPO filing is now publicly available. It’s looking to raise $1 billion, and will list as TWTR. The company is offering 472,613,753 shares. Monthly active users are 218.3 million with over 300 billion tweets. The document reveals revenue numbers for the company, which have never been released in the past. In 2012, they were $316.9 million, and so far …

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Twitter Is Reportedly Going With NYSE For IPO

When Twitter goes public, it will be listed on the New York Stock Exchange. That’s the word from The Street, which cites sources close to the situation. Twitter peer/rival Facebook listed on the NASDAQ, home of Google, Apple, Microsoft and Amazon, to name a few of the industry giants. Twitter, however, will be joining the likes of LinkedIn, Pandora and …

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LinkedIn CEO Talks Social Network Success and the Future

After warming up the crowd at D10 with a funny video making fun of modern brand marketing, LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner and LinkedIn Chairman Reid Hoffman sat down with All Things Digital’s Kara Swisher for an interview about where LinkedIn fits into the social landscape. Weiner responded in his normal way – by throwing out quotable slogans and business-speak faster …

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