Overshadowed by financial media coverage of hot internet IPOs, many companies that recently went public are not receiving their due praise, especially from retail investors who are exposed mainly to news regarding Facebook, Groupon and other web 2.0 brands.
Largely driven by the downward spiraling conditions in the Euro-zone, the global IPO market dropped by 29% in 2011 as only 338 new companies went public. Furthermore, in contrast to more »
The year of the mega-tech initial public offering is over.
In the mad-cap, high profile race to win IPO glory, the stakes have gotten more risky, but at what cost?
High-stake tech IPOs seemingly have taken off from out of nowhere. Pre-2010, the talks in the investment world were of retails and restaurants, now it seems every investment banker is chomping at the bit to take their rightful piece of more »