SolarCity guns for a $201M IPO

SolarCity guns for a $201M IPO

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SolarCity announced it had filed an S-1 registration to do an IPO back in April, but that filing remained confidential until Friday, when it was finally made public. The company is proposing to raise up to $201.25 million from the IPO but has yet to disclose the number of shares or...
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Brokerages and market analysts have dropped price targets on Zynga stock by up to 40 percent after the social game maker slashed its 2012 guidance further due to revenue damage from departing gamers. Zynga said on Thursday it was losing paid customers from Facebook games CityVille and FarmVille, and reduced...
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Outdoor Wi-Fi vendor Ruckus files for $100M IPO

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Ruckus Wireless, which has built some of the largest outdoor carrier Wi-Fi networks in the world, is going public. On Friday, it filed documentation with the SEC for a $100 million initial public offering. Ruckus has been a rather hot item of speculation ever since Ericsson scooped up Ruckus’s primary...
Outdoor Wi-Fi vendor Ruckus files for $100M IPO

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Zynga’s shares are hitting new lows this morning after it announced yesterday that its core social games business was facing significant challenges. The San Francisco company reported preliminary third-quarter results that fell below expectations and lowered its full-year outlook. In early morning trading, shares were down as much as 19 percent, and are now off about 17...
Zynga Shares Crumble as Analysts Sound Off on Negative Outlook

China's Huawei Considers an IPO

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Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei Technologies Co. has reached out to investment banks for advice on issuing stock to the public, people familiar with the outreach said, as the company considers ways to make itself more transparent and improve its odds of winning big contracts in markets like the U.S. The...
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Booting Up: Jeff Bezos Bets on Quantum Computing

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Now is the part where I throw my head back and laugh. (Photo: flickr.com/oreilly) No, Facebook is not outing the links you share in private messages by adding them to your list of likes–though those pages do get an additional, unattributed thumbs-up. But what if you hate-shared the link? What...
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China's Huawei faces image problem as it mulls IPO

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Chinese telecommunications equipment maker Huawei has contacted investment banks about a possible IPO, according to The Wall Street Journal and its sources. The company is apparently seeking advice on where to go public and the steps it would need to take in order to comply with the relevant disclosure requirements...
China's Huawei faces image problem as it mulls IPO

China's Huawei Considers IPO

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Huawei has reached out to investment banks for advice on issuing stock to the public, as the Chinese telecom company considers ways to improve its odds of winning big contracts in markets like the U.S....
China's Huawei Considers IPO

Facebook IPO Suits to Be Handled in New York

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A federal judicial panel ruled that a variety of lawsuits pertaining to the Facebook Inc. initial public offering would be handled in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, giving the social-media company a procedural victory in the closely watched cases....
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