IPO

  • GoDaddy Files For $100M IPO

    GoDaddy Files For $100M IPO

    Today GoDaddy, the popular domain and web-services company, filed its S-1 document to go public. The company has seen quick revenue growth in recent years and massive losses measured using generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP). The company’s 2013 revenue totaled $1.13 billion. The company lost $199.88 million during that period. The company had revenue of $910 million in 2012… Read More

  • Infoblox’s Stock Drops 36.84% After Its Earnings And Forecast Disappoint

    Infoblox’s Stock Drops 36.84% After Its Earnings And Forecast Disappoint

    Shares of Infoblox fell sharply today, to the tune of 36.84%. The networking company reported disappointing earnings after the bell yesterday, along with the coming departure of of its CEO. How bad were the earnings? The company reported $61 million in revenue for its fiscal third quarter (2014), up a mere 5% on a year-over-year basis. The company lost $7.4 million the period on a GAAP basis… Read More

  • JD.com’s IPO Lands Strongly, With Shares Currently Up Over 8%

    JD.com’s IPO Lands Strongly, With Shares Currently Up Over 8%

    After pricing above expectations, JD.com’s IPO has performed well, with its shares currently up more than 8% from its $19 per share debut. JD.com popped higher this morning in its first moments as a public company, but the company has evened out to the $20 to $21 range for now. Is an 8% jump modest? Perhaps, but in the current, choppy market, pricing above range and nearly picking up… Read More

  • JD.com Prices At $19, Higher Than Its Initially Proposed Range

    JD.com Prices At $19, Higher Than Its Initially Proposed Range

    JD.com, fresh off rumors that its IPO is massively oversubscribed, priced at $19 per share, higher than its initially proposed range of $16 to $18 per share. The pricing indicates market appetite for shares in the Chinese company that is analogous to Amazon. Read More

  • GoPro Files For $100M IPO With 2013 Revenue Of $985.7M, Up 87.4% From The Year Prior

    GoPro Files For $100M IPO With 2013 Revenue Of $985.7M, Up 87.4% From The Year Prior

    This afternoon GoPro filed its S-1 document with the SEC, detailing its financial performance as it looks to go public. The company states that it will raise up to $100 million in the offering, trading on the NASDAQ under the ticker symbol ‘GPRO.’ The company’s revenue expansion has been impressive, with top line in 2011 of $234.23 million leading to 2012 top line of… Read More

  • Alibaba’s IPO Means Consumer Tech Innovations From Asia Can’t Be Ignored Anymore

    Alibaba’s IPO Means Consumer Tech Innovations From Asia Can’t Be Ignored Anymore

    Asia’s tech companies still have a reputation in the West for being copycats. But Alibaba’s massive IPO is proof that consumer tech innovations from Asia can no longer be ignored. Alibaba finally filed for its highly anticipated initial public offering this afternoon. The IPO is widely expected to surpass the $16.4 billion raised in 2012 by Facebook. The public offering… Read More

  • Job Listing Site Zhaopin Is The Latest Chinese Company To File For A U.S. IPO

    Job Listing Site Zhaopin Is The Latest Chinese Company To File For A U.S. IPO

    Zhaopin, China’s biggest job recruitment site, has filed for an initial public offering on the New York Stock Exchange under ticker symbol ZPN. It plans to raise up to $100 million. The company is raising funds as its competition increases in China. Read More

  • Box IPO Delay Wouldn’t Be Without Compromises

    Box IPO Delay Wouldn’t Be Without Compromises

    It hasn’t been a great couple of weeks for Box. First came word that Intralinks bought DocTrackr, an information rights management vendor that Box reportedly had its eye on. Then last night, the Wall Street Journal and others were reporting that Box plans to delay its IPO. What’s happening here? It could be a case of simple bad timing or even misinterpretation. For what… Read More

  • Box Might Put Its IPO Back In The Box

    Box Might Put Its IPO Back In The Box

    Box was rumored to have filed to go public on January 31. On March 24, its S-1 dropped, showing the world quick revenue growth but stubborn and expanding losses. Today the Wall Street Journal reports that Box could go public in June, far later than the market previously anticipated. Quartz, citing sources, reported today that Box could go public around May 26. Read More