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James Stewart, The New York Times, discusses Morgan Stanley's comeback in the tech IPO arena and weighs in on the Alibaba IPO frenzy.
Antoine Chemali, CIO at Digital World Capital, says Alibaba's governance and share structure is a "concern" for investors looking to buy shares in the company when it goes public.
Despite the recent pull-back in many tech stocks, some start-ups will still go to remarkable measures to get good press.
Cheetah Mobile's shares spiked in their market debut, valuing the Chinese security software maker at about $2.2 billion.
Andy Yeung, Cheetah Mobile CFO, discusses the company's initial public offering and disruptive business model.
A reverse mortgage start-up has raised about $230 million in a private offering, which sets the stage for a potential initial public offering.
Jeff Papp, Senior Analyst at Oberweis Asset Management, says Alibaba's unique operating model sets the Chinese e-commerce giant apart from competitors.
"What product does Yahoo have that's a must use?" asks Nicholas Carlson, Business Insider, with CNBC contributor Natali Morris, discussing what Alibaba's IPO means for Yahoo and Marissa Mayer's reign as CEO.
What will Yahoo do with all of that Alibaba cash? CNBC's Josh Lipton says Yahoo could use the money to pay out a dividend or for acquisitions.
As his contract is about to expire in 2015, Dave Barger, JetBlue's CEO, is weighing on the future of the company and the names of possible successors.
Alibaba has filed for what could be the biggest tech IPO in history. CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why the IPO is bad for the U.S. stock market. "You're buying shares in a Communist party," Cramer says.
It's a really well-run company, says Daniel Ernst, Hudson Square Research, providing perspective on the Chinese e-commerce giant ahead of its initial public offering.
CNBC's Jane Wells takes a closer look at the Chinese entrepreneur behind Internet giant Alibaba.
Kathleen Smith, Renaissance Capital principal, shares her thoughts on the value of the world's largest IPO, and the company's government structure.
Alibaba's offering could raise as much $16 billion, reports CNBC's Kayla Tausche with details of the initial public offering ahead of its U.S. debut.
CNBC's Eunice Yoon provides a look at the Chinese firm which has filed for an IPO that could raise up to $15 billion, making it one of the largest tech offerings since Facebook.
Duncan Clark, chairman of BDA, says Softbank's decision not to sell shares in Alibaba is a "good sign of confidence" in the IPO.
Keith Pogson, global managing partner at EY, says Alibaba is the "best way" to get exposure to the Chinese e-commerce segment and discusses the company's expansion plans.
Much of the Alibaba IPO prospectus is old news for Yahoo investors. But there's one item they shouldn't overlook.
Gil Luria, Managing Director of Wedbush, says Alibaba will continue to grow an annual 30 to 50 percent without even venturing outside of China.