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Mad Money host Jim Cramer says the first and most important thing he looks for with an IPO isn't what the company does, but what its pedigree is.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer teaches viewers about the mechanics of IPOs. "IPOs can be a great way to make money, but if you are not in the know, it can be a very treacherous path," he explains.
The world may not be ready for another dot-com boom, but Wall Street is definitely warming up to IPOs again.
Smart home start-up Control4 began trading on the Nasdaq today. Its CEO Martin Plaehn discusses how it ensures safety for customers.
Doug Sanders, Sprouts Farmers Market president & CEO, discusses his company's debut on the Nasdaq and how he managed to raise $300 million for its IPO.
Dylan Smith, CFO and co-Founder of Box, tells CNBC that the company expects to be profitable within five years.
Retired Vice Chairman of General Motors Bob Lutz offers insight on Chrysler's future, as well as the state of Detroit. "Sergio Marchionne has stated he'd like to buy the rest of Chrysler," he says, adding "the product line is getting better and better, and now certainly would not be a bad time."
Magnus Bocker, CEO of the Singapore Exchange shares the company's plans going forward and talks about the IPO slowdown in the region.
Shares of the newest IPO on the Nasdaq, RetailMeNot, charge up more than 30 percent above its offering price of $21 in its first hours of trading.
Cotter Cunningham, RetailMeNot CEO, discusses his company's IPO and how he intends to compete with Internet giant Groupon.
Dan Primack, senior editor at Fortune, says the momentum for IPOs is getting stronger because many companies want to come out before tapering starts on fears market will turn bearish.
Richard Lorentz, Founding Director of KrisEnergy, discusses how the company plans to use the money it raised in its Singapore IPO.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin speaks to venture capitalist Marc Andreessen of Andreessen Horowitz, about whether there currently is a tech bubble, and if the IPO market is still broken.
Rolf Buch, CEO of Deutsche Annington, talks about the company's successful float, as well as its strategy and investment program going forward.
CNBC reports on the privatization of the U.K.'s Royal Mail, whose IPO could raise up to £3 billion, and would include an employee scheme.
Derek Cheung, Executive Director and CEO at New Century Asset Management says he's out to create an asset heavy vehicle. Cheung also says that despite China's slowdown, demand for New Century's properties will only push higher.
Gal Haber, CEO of online trading platform, PLUS500.com, tells CNBC talks to CNBC about their upcoming IPO.
Mad Money's Jim Cramer shares his guidelines for determining whether to buy an IPO. First look at what the company does, and who its investors are, he says.
Jolyon Barker, global lead for technology, media and telecommunications at Deloitte, explains that the U.K. technology sector is not as big as it should be, due to lack of funding for start-ups.
Wolfgang Dehen, CEO of Osram, comments on Osram IPO in Frankfurt, the company's restructuring program and its strategy shift towards LED technology.