If you think Zynga is going to trade like LinkedIn; that is drop well below its IPO price and stay there, you should keep reading.
Shares of Zynga are trading under the IPO price, but does that create a buying opportunity? And what should investors expect when Facebook and Twitter go public? Lou Kerner, Liquidnet analyst, with the play on social media stocks.
Investors should be cautious before jumping into a new initial public offering.
Zynga’s long-anticipated IPO did not benefit from the same first-day bumps that LinkedIn and Groupon soaring higher earlier this year. The social gaming company raised $1 billion—issuing 100 million shares at $10 a share – making it the largest Internet-related IPO since Google’s $1.4 billion offering back in 2004.
Facebook is on track to earn over $3.8 billion dollars in 2011 revenues, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
If you’re an investor who’s also fashionable and fabulous, the Michael Kors IPO may fit you like a glove.
In a rare break from Wall Street protocol, a Sterne Agee analyst has placed a sell rating on social network game maker Zynga before its stock even begins trading.
Did you spend part of 2011 dusting off your resume? Did you try to accentuate the positive and package yourself in the most marketable way? I sure hope you chose your words carefully.
Analysts and investors are gearing up for a heavy dose of good news for Groupon on Wednesday morning, in what is expected to be a day of positive research ratings for the stock.
You can usually find attractive stocks in the laggards of a given year. That's not the case in 2011.
A rough year for the initial public offering market may end with a bang, as companies rush to get their offerings out the door before the holidays.
With investors expected to stay cautious for the foreseeable future, analysts are bullish on businesses with predictable revenue streams and growth.
Taxi cabs get a serious challenger, Flipboard gets an iPhone app, and developers get a bigger cut of the revenues from Microsoft's upcoming app store. Let's take a look at what's driving the sector today.
'I may be the last man standing in America who says this but don't give up on Netflix,' says media titan and billionaire investor Todd Wagner. Here's why.
There is no shortage of companies waiting to go public in 2012, but whether they succeed is highly uncertain and will depend on the health of the global economy and broader markets, say analysts.
As European leaders scramble to overcome the Continent’s debt crisis, many are pointing to Ireland as a model for how to get out of the troubles. The New York Times reports
A look at what's trending on Twitter, with CNBC's Herb Greenberg. The traders also speak with Ken Sena, analyst at Evercore Partners, on why things should improve for LinkedIn.
Look for a huge corporate spin-off, a major apparel merger, rock bottom bond yields, hedge fund failures and an election defeat for President Obama.
As Yahoo looks for the best deal among a host of potential suitors, its problems may only just be beginning. Facebook's initial public offering in 2012, and the resulting corporate war chest, will pose a formidable challenge to Yahoo's main revenue driver: display ads.
Jim Cramer’s researcher, Nicole Urken, looks at why a defensive posture can still reap gains in a volatile market.