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The Exclusive Silicon Alley 100 After Party, Celebrating The Coolest New York Tech Accomplishments of 2012 [PICTURES]

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Business Insider celebrated the accomplishments of the brightest tech stars in New York last Thursday. After the annual SA 100 party at the New York Stock Exchange, big-name tech stars like Shafqat Islam of NewsCred and Brian Distelburge of Yext headed to the official after party at Andaz Wall Street. If you...
The Exclusive Silicon Alley 100 After Party, Celebrating The Coolest New York Tech Accomplishments of 2012 [PICTURES]

Apple Becomes Most Valuable Publicly-Traded Stock Ever

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Milestones for Apple's stock are falling rapidly in recent days, with another strong performance today pushing Apple past Microsoft for the title of most valuable publicly-trade stock ever, a distinction Microsoft has held since December 1999. Microsoft's market capitalization peaked on December 30, 1999, reaching an intraday high of $119.94...
Apple Becomes Most Valuable Publicly-Traded Stock Ever

Millennial Media Shares Pop 100 Percent In First Trade; Valued At Nearly $2B

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Mobile ad network Millennial Media just debuted on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol “MM,” and saw shares pop 97 percent in the first trade of $25. The company initially priced its IPO at $13 per share last night, after increasing the range on Tuesday. At $25 per...
Millennial Media Shares Pop 100 Percent In First Trade; Valued At Nearly $2B

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
Yelp! Shares slip 14% on second day of trading

Booting Up: Wait, Facebook’s the Fuck-Up and Yahoo is Innovative?

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But I’m so quirky! Hey, Elon. It’s Barack. [The Next Web] Pigs are flying and Kara Swisher has something nice to say about Yahoo’s Axis, a new browser for the iPad and iPhone, with a desktop plug-in as well. She calls it–gasp!–”innovative.” [AllThingsD] IBM bans its employees from using Siri...
Booting Up: Wait, Facebook’s the Fuck-Up and Yahoo is Innovative?

Index says the City of London needs to step it up

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A couple of months ago Index Ventures mastermind Neil Rimer launched a broadside on the flaccid European market for IPOs, decrying a system that was failing hot European startups and encouraging them to sell out early or go public on the New York stock exchanges. It was the venture capitalists’...
Index says the City of London needs to step it up

Here's what the VCs and founders will make in Tableau's blockbuster IPO

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Christian Chabot (l) and Pat Hanrahan of Tableau Software Tableau Software is expected to go public tonight on the New York Stock Exchange, a significant milestone for the 10-year-old maker of data visualization products. Demand appears to be very strong, with Tableau on Wednesday boosting the expected pricing range to...
Here's what the VCs and founders will make in Tableau's blockbuster IPO

With new service, Nasdaq brings Wall Street data to Amazon's cloud

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Nasdaq OMX is offering a new cloud computing service for storing and analyzing financial trading data, and it’s built atop the Amazon Web Services cloud. The service, named FinQloud is comprised of a regulatory data retention product called Regulatory Records Retention, or R3, and an on-demand analysis tool for trade...
With new service, Nasdaq brings Wall Street data to Amazon's cloud

Facebook Pokes Nasdaq -- And Not in a Nice Way -- In Veiled Threat to Stock Exchange

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It’s called a warning shot, and Facebook just let a doozie of one fly at the Nasdaq Stock Market, via a clever pair of articles in two major media outlets. Yesterday, the New York Times reported that Facebook is seriously considering dumping Nasdaq for the New York Stock Exchange....
Facebook Pokes Nasdaq -- And Not in a Nice Way -- In Veiled Threat to Stock Exchange
Trulia is raising $150M to 'boost cash reserves' for acquisitions

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

Avoiding The Fate Of HP, Zombie Company

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A CEO, in announcing 4th quarter financial results:Pleaded for patience after describing the operational challenges and other internal problems that contributed to a significant year-over-year decline in earnings;Explained that weak consumer demand and supply shortages contributed to lost revenues;Blamed years of underinvestment in systems and procedures that made these problems...
Avoiding The Fate Of HP, Zombie Company
Last Night's Girls Who Code Gala Proves Beyonce's Thesis: Who Runs the World? Girls!

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)

Ahead Of Its IPO On Th NYSE, Yelp Shows Growing Losses

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It may now be obscured by all the hoopla surrounding Facebook’s going public, but back in November the popular user-generated review site, Yelp, filed to go public and planned to raise $100 million ahead of its IPO (at an expected $1 to $2 billion valuation). On Friday, Yelp filed an...
Ahead Of Its IPO On Th NYSE, Yelp Shows Growing Losses

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)

DealBook: Facebook Picks Nasdaq for I.P.O.

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The social network will list its shares on the Nasdaq under ticker symbol "FB," a coup for the exchange, which has been embroiled in a fierce battle with the New York Stock Exchange for the darlings of Silicon Valley. Read more »...
DealBook: Facebook Picks Nasdaq for I.P.O.
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

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

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!
Stock image service Shutterstock files $115M IPO
E-commerce biz ChannelAdvisor stock soars 40% in IPO debut
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