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Identifying stocks with high short interest was in the best interest of investors, “Fast Money” trader Joe Terranova said Tuesday.
It was a good Tuesday for Internet stocks, helping a number of new media players recover from some of the losses in 2011.
Daily deals site Groupon, which went public in early November, is seeing its stock price tumble after a recent report found that most business owners who previously offered a daily deal have no plans to do so again in the next six months.
It will take more than Facebook to heat up the tepid market for initial public offerings, the New York Times reports.
Today's trends become tomorrow's realities. And while trends are intriguing to learn about for their own sake, they should abe an important component of your strategic thinking and planning for your small business as you head into 2012.
When GNC hit the market in April, it had its fair share of critics. But GNC has emerged as the top IPO in a year where six percent less money was raised than 2010, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Like most years, 2011 presented challenges to small businesses. Let's look back at some of the most significant trends and happenings affecting small companies this past year.
There are certain IPOs Cramer wants you in on. But you have to follow his rules if you want to make money.
Wall Street banks take profit in the latest IPOs by either using client money to invest in pre-I.P.O. shares, landing a role as a lead underwriter, or both, the New York Times reports.
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.
Cramer makes the call on viewers' favorite stocks.
The countdown of the worst CEOs of 2011.
Wait for a better deal on Groupon, one analyst said on the first day underwriters were able to rate stock of the newly public daily-deals company.
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.
The latest online luxury retailer, Belle & Clive is being launched Tuesday by retail veteran Bluefly, who is claiming that its long-established relationships with "the most coveted designer brands" will give competitors like Gilt Groupe a run for its money.
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.
Despite recession-like attitudes about the economy, the average American plans to spend more on gifts this year, up 22 percent from last year, CNBC's latest All-America Economic Survey reveals.
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.