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The Next Hot Tech IPO Is Just About To Happen: Workday Finally Files

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In a season of hot enterprise IPOs, one of the most anticipated IPOs is finally rolling: Workday. Workday makes cloud software that helps enterprise do human resources functions. Its founders have a storied history with their arch-rival, Oracle. Workday filed for a $400 million offering, though that's only a placeholder...
The Next Hot Tech IPO Is Just About To Happen: Workday Finally Files

$45 Billion Later Larry Ellison Says No Major Acquisitions For Next Few Years

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Larry Ellison said today that Oracle does not plan to do any major acquisitions in the next few years but would not rule one out down the road. He made the remarks in a CNBC interview at OracleOpenWorld in San Francisco. If Ellison really is stating the truth, it would mark  a...
$45 Billion Later Larry Ellison Says No Major Acquisitions For Next Few Years

Exclusive: Omniture Co-Founder's Business Intelligence SaaS Company Domo Raises $60M From GGV Capital, Jeff Bezos, Greylock And Others

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Domo, the SaaS business intelligence startup launched by Omniture founder Josh James, has raised $60 million in new funding, we’ve learned exclusively. The round was led by GGV Capital with Greylock Partners; Bezos Expeditions, the personal investment company of Jeff Bezos; co-CEOs of Workday Aneel Bhusri and David Duffield; Founders...
Exclusive: Omniture Co-Founder's Business Intelligence SaaS Company Domo Raises $60M From GGV Capital, Jeff Bezos, Greylock And Others

Josh James' Domo Raises $60 Million Series B From GGV, Greylock, Others

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Domo, the business intelligence startup founded by Josh James, the former CEO of Omniture just announced that it has raised a $60 million series B round of venture capital funding. The round brings Domo’s total capital raised to a whopping $125 million and change. The round’s participants reads like a...
Josh James' Domo Raises $60 Million Series B From GGV, Greylock, Others

The Hottest IPO You've Never Heard Of

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With an expected valuation of close to $100 billion, it’s understandable that no one can stop talking about Facebook’s initial public offering this week. But while Facebook basks in the social media spotlight, companies tackling tough business problems are exciting investors, if not consumers. Workday, for example, is expected...
The Hottest IPO You've Never Heard Of
Markets: Workday Gets to Work on $3.8 Billion IPO, and a Shot at Revenge

Workday IPO Shows Entrepreneurs What Matters: Market Size, Profitability And, Yes, Pricing

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Editor’s Note: Glenn Solomon joined GGV Capital as a Partner in the Menlo Park office in 2006. Glenn led GGV’s investments in Pandora, Focus, SuccessFactors, Isilon and QuinStreet, helping the latter three through the initial public offering process. You can find him on Twitter @glennsolomon. The successful public market debut of...
Workday IPO Shows Entrepreneurs What Matters: Market Size, Profitability And, Yes, Pricing

Workday Prices IPO Shares To Become A $3.85 Billion Company (WDAY)

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Workday, which provides cloud-based human resource software, said it plans to price its initial public offering of Class A shares at between $21 and $24 each, valuing the Silicon Valley company at up to $3.85 billion. Here's the gist of the amended S1 documents filed with the SEC today. To...
Workday Prices IPO Shares To Become A $3.85 Billion Company (WDAY)

Workday CEO David Duffield Only Pays Himself $35K In Salary

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Workday is about to go public and the CEO's salary information was revealed in documents filed with the SEC: $34,780. That's also what Workday pays co-founder Aneel Bhusri. As for bonuses, they each gave themselves a tiny $1,500. To compare, they paid the company's COO, Michael Stankey, $1.2 million between...
Workday CEO David Duffield Only Pays Himself $35K In Salary

Workday Stock Soars 72% On IPO (WORKP)

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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...
Workday Stock Soars 72% On IPO (WORKP)
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