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T-Mobile, MetroPCS finish deal, will ring NYSE bell

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T-Mobile and MetroPCS have finalized their merger deal, and will begin trading under a new ticker starting Wednesday. Executives from the new company will ring the morning bell on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange before the new company begins trading under the ticker "TMUS." Read full article...
T-Mobile, MetroPCS finish deal, will ring NYSE bell

Lawsuits and regulatory investigations turn IPO into a black eye for Facebook, underwriters and Nasdaq

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Facebook, its underwriters and the Nasdaq exchange continue to face scrutiny over the company’s $16 billion initial public offering, as a number of investors have filed lawsuits and regulators have called for investigations. Facebook’s stock closed at $32 today, up more than three percent since yesterday but still down from...
Lawsuits and regulatory investigations turn IPO into a black eye for Facebook, underwriters and Nasdaq

Here comes Trulia: Online real estate company prices IPO at $17

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The online real estate battle between San Francisco’s Trulia and Seattle’s Zillow is about to get a lot more interesting. Trulia today priced its public offering at $17 per share, above the anticipated range of $14 to $16 per share, according to PrivCo. The deal will raise about $102 million...
Here comes Trulia: Online real estate company prices IPO at $17
Apple stock drops below $600 despite upcoming iPad mini launch

HR Software Maker Workday Sets Price Range For IPO At $21 To $24 Per Share , Valued At Nearly $4B

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Workday, a company offering online tools for enterprises to manage human resources, payroll, and finances, has set the terms for its IPO. The company is pricing its shares between $21 and $24 each, according to an SEC filing this morning. The company could raise as much as $628 million in...
HR Software Maker Workday Sets Price Range For IPO At $21 To $24 Per Share , Valued At Nearly $4B

Facebook Goes NASDAQ for I.P.O.

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(elitedaily.com) It appears NASDAQ's campaign to convince Facebook to list their I.P.O. with them over the New York Stock Exchange has proven successful: inside sources told the New York Times today that Facebook has chosen NASDAQ. "The social network will list its shares on the Nasdaq under ticker symbol 'FB,' according to...
Facebook Goes NASDAQ for I.P.O.
Ruckus Wireless drops 4% in early trading following $126M IPO
Yelp shares soar 22% after lockup expires

Annals of dubious statistics, crowdfunding edition

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Are crowdfunding statistics the new counterfeiting statistics? Certainly they seem to have become a meme. If you know that crowdfunding is a big deal, it’s probably because you read all about it in TechCrunch, in May (“these portals raised $1.5 billion and successfully funded more than 1 million campaigns in...
Annals of dubious statistics, crowdfunding edition

Publisher LegalZoom files to go public

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With revenue up 29 percent last year, do-it-yourself law shop LegalZoom filed for an IPO today. The company, which makes a range of low-cost legal products aimed at small businesses and consumers, said it earned $156 million in 2011. Its S1 filing did not include the number of shares it...
Publisher LegalZoom files to go public

You Saw What Splunk Did Today? Now Get Ready For The Next Hot Enterprise IPO (BLOX)

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If investors are paying attention in the enterprise market (and it looks like they are, based on Splunk's performance), Infoblox should have a good IPO tomorrow. Infoblox hopes to raise $106 million with about 1.8 million shares at a price between $12 and $14 a share, according to its S1....
You Saw What Splunk Did Today? Now Get Ready For The Next Hot Enterprise IPO (BLOX)
T-Mobile and MetroPCS merger finalized, company to begin trading as 'T-Mobile US'

Latvian Stock Fraudster Charged by US SEC

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The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) charged a man from Latvia after suspecting him of running an online fraud scheme in which he manipulated the prices of more than 100 New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq securities, causing a total loss of $2 million (1.4 million EUR). According to...
Latvian Stock Fraudster Charged by US SEC

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)
Juicing the pyramid: is Herbalife an $8 billion house of cards?
Yelp makes a better second impression in Q2 with $32.7M in revenue and $0.03 loss per share

Mobile Ad Wars: Augme Slaps Millennial Media With Patent Lawsuit Over Targeting Technologies

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After debuting on the New York Stock Exchange last week with a huge pop in stock value, mobile ad network Millennial Media is now facing potential legal trouble from another mobile ad player. The company is facing a patent lawsuit by mobile marketing service, Augme Technologies. We’ve embedded the lawsuit...
Mobile Ad Wars: Augme Slaps Millennial Media With Patent Lawsuit Over Targeting Technologies

Mobile Ad Network Millennial Media Will List On The New York Stock Exchange

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Mobile ad network Millennial Media will be listing its offering on the New York Stock Exchange, according to a new S-1 filing. The network, which filed its original S-1 in early January, aims to raise as much as $75 million in the offering. The company plans to list on the...
Mobile Ad Network Millennial Media Will List On The New York Stock Exchange

Rackspace Share Price Down 25% As Cloud Price Wars Take Their Toll

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Rackspace will open trading this morning on the New York Stock Exchange with a share price that dropped nearly 25% on Thursday. The stock dropped after the company missed its earnings, raising concerns the cloud price wars with giants like Amazon Web Services are taking its toll. The stock dropped...
Rackspace Share Price Down 25% As Cloud Price Wars Take Their Toll
NYSE pokes Facebook to switch its listing

VC Interest in China Drops Due to Political and Economic Uncertainty

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The narrative that international venture capitalists were looking to the Far East for the next big thing appears to have changed, as investments in China are down, both in terms of dollars and deals, as noted by the San Jose Mercury News. 2012 saw $3.7 billion dollars invested and 202 deals...
VC Interest in China Drops Due to Political and Economic Uncertainty

As Tableau readies for IPO, Marc Andreessen laments that tech companies don't want to go public

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Andreessen (Photo via Wikipedia) Tableau Software is expected to start trading on the New York Stock Exchange this Friday under the ticker symbol “DATA,” marking the first Seattle tech company to go public since Zillow’s public offering in July 2011. Demand appears to be strong for the 10-year-old company, which...
As Tableau readies for IPO, Marc Andreessen laments that tech companies don't want to go public

Report: Criteo Will IPO This Year And Try To Raise Between $270 And $400 Million

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Ad retargeting company Criteo will go public later this year, according to a report by French publication JDN. JDN's sources say Criteo is still deciding between the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq, but it will seek to raise between $270 and $400 million when it goes public. Criteo was...
Report: Criteo Will IPO This Year And Try To Raise Between $270 And $400 Million

The tech IPO drought is only going to get worse

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Silicon Valley has fallen out of love with the initial public offering. By Kevin Kelleher, contributor FORTUNE - Last week, Silver Spring Networks went public on the New York Stock Exchange, an event notable not merely for being the stock market debut of a clean-tech star but also because it was only...
The tech IPO drought is only going to get worse

VBWeekly gets a visit from the undead, which is appropriate since we’re talking Facebook

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This week’s VBWeekly got a little goofy, while our anchor Jolie O’Dell was traveling to the East Coast. We hit on some serious stories, including more on the Facebook drama unfolding post IPO, and a sexual harassment lawsuit that hit venture firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield and Byers. But that was...
VBWeekly gets a visit from the undead, which is appropriate since we’re talking Facebook

T-Mobile completes MetroPCS buy, begins trading on NYSE

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T-Mobile is on Wall Street today, celebrating its merger with MetroPCS and ringing the bell on The New York Stock Exchange as the country’s fourth largest wireless carrier begins a new era. The Bellevue company, which boasts 43 million customers, will trade under the new ticker symbol TMUS. “The combination...
T-Mobile completes MetroPCS buy, begins trading on NYSE

As T-Mobile Swallows MetroPCS, It Must Avoid Indigestion

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After a couple of bumps, T-Mobile is expected to announce Wednesday that it has finalized its acquisition of MetroPCS. With the deal done, the company will turn to the task of rapidly integrating the prepaid carrier into its existing business and technology roadmap. The company has been working on integration...
As T-Mobile Swallows MetroPCS, It Must Avoid Indigestion

T-Mobile & MetroPCS complete merger bringing iPhone availability to 9 million new customers

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We already knew that both company’s boards had approved the merger of T-mobile USA and MetroPCS, but today the No. 4 and No. 5 U.S. carriers have officially announced the merger is now complete. Starting today the two companies will become one and begin trading under the ticker “TMUS”...
T-Mobile & MetroPCS complete merger bringing iPhone availability to 9 million new customers

Business Insider's Ringing The Bell This Morning!

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Look out, investors! Business Insider is ringing the bell at the New York Stock Exchange this morning. And we are STOKED about it. (This really is an awesomely fun thing to do. I'll grab some behind-the-scenes pictures to show you.) We rang the bell last year and, as I recall,...
Business Insider's Ringing The Bell This Morning!

Here’s how your startup could ring the opening bell on the New York Stock Exchange

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Typically, companies have to wait years for the honor of ringing the opening bell on the New York Stock Exchange. But later this year a startup company — which may be nowhere near the IPO ledge — could receive that honor. The New York Stock Exchange has partnered with StartUp...
Here’s how your startup could ring the opening bell on the New York Stock Exchange
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