Workday Stock Soars 72% On IPO (WORKP)

Workday Stock Soars 72% On IPO (WORKP)

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New Workday, a  a cloud-based human resources provider, has begun trading on the New York stock exchange, and it's done so with a classic IPO pop. Priced at $28 per share, it's now going for ~$48, a 72% boost. That sounds like great news for Workday founder David Duffield and venture backers Greylock...
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