Could the recent slew of IPOs, with lots of growth but no profits, signal another tech bubble? Insight, with Richard Wong, Accel Partners.
With the recent spate of high valuations and IPOs the warnings of another tech bubble have been rife. But the distinction between technology companies and internet companies is crucial when discussing the issue, one expert said.
Pandora's 9% gain on its debut was solid performance — all the more so because it came on a day of a broad slump in the overall stock market. Yet the listing paled in comparison to recent incandescent Internet I.P.O.’s. The NYT reports.
Cramer not only details this theme, but offers two ways to play it.
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As stocks fell sharply on Wednesday, Cramer explains why the market could still fall further.
Pandora Media's lack of profitability didn't stop investors from tuning in to the Internet radio stock, boosting it's price as much as 50 percent in its market debut Wednesday.
Dating over 40 is like being in outer space. And just like astronauts need assistance with entry into the Earth's atmosphere, one dating site is aiming to help men over 40 re-enter the love atmosphere.
Pandora surges after its debut, with the company's CEO, Joe Kennedy.
Online-radio service Pandora priced its IPO at $16 a share, far higher than the expected range, as this latest round of Internet IPO mania continues.
The consumer and advertisers are back, and they're here to stay, according to PricewaterhouseCoopers's new Media & Entertainment Outlook, through 2015.
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Representative Anthony Weiner may have taken it to an extreme. But experts say the online flirtations and provocative photos that got him into so much trouble are far from unusual among adults these days, the New York Times reports.
Facebook is planning an IPO that could value the company at as much as $100 billion, according to CNBC sources. But not everyone is as excited by the company's listing plans. One strategist says such a sky-high valuation would force him to think twice about investing in it.
In May 2011, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg bought a $7 million home in Palo Alto, California. Click to see the homes of CEOs in sectors such as technology, energy, fashion and more.
The social networking giant Facebook will likely go public in the first quarter of 2012, with a valuation that could top $100 billion, according to people familiar with the matter.
After spending a week looking into the future, the video game industry must once more face the reality of the present.
Amazon and Ebay, two of the biggest names in online retail, have staked out contrary positions in a debate over the taxation of US internet shopping, which enables many buyers to escape paying sales tax, reported the FT.
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