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  • Worst Year For Tech IPOs Since 2009

    Worst Year For Tech IPOs Since 2009

    With just 28 technology companies entering the U.S. public markets, 2015 was the worst year for IPOs since 2009, according to Dealogic. This compares to 62 last year and 48 the year before, with 131 “unicorns” opting to remain private longer. “We haven’t seen so few tech IPOs since the 2008-09 U.S. financial crisis,” notes Kathleen Smith, principal at IPO ETF… Read More

  • Pure Storage Falls In Public Debut, CEO Optimistic

    Pure Storage, the enterprise storage company, went public on the New York Stock Exchange Wednesday. After pricing at $17, shares traded down in its debut, closing the day at $16.01. CEO Scott Dietzen spoke to TechCrunch about why the company did an IPO during what has been a lackluster year for tech stocks. Read More

  • The NYSE Partners With Startup America; Will Loan $1.5M To Small Businesses

    The NYSE Partners With Startup America; Will Loan $1.5M To Small Businesses

    The New York Stock Exchange is teaming up with The Startup America Partnership, the national campaign that aims to accelerate entrepreneurship; to launch an initiative to fund, mentor and promote startups across America. Startups can apply to receive mentorship and advice from NYSE’s listed companies through the program, and the NYSE will also be partnering with microfinance… Read More

  • In The War Over Tech IPOs, The New York Stock Exchange Is Drawing Some Blood

    In The War Over Tech IPOs, The New York Stock Exchange Is Drawing Some Blood

    There’s a war going on in the tech world, and it doesn’t involve Google, Facebook, Apple, or Microsoft. In fact, the foes are not based in Silicon Valley, but rather in New York City. As the tech IPO market heats up, the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and the NASDAQ are battling it out for listings. NASDAQ is home to the tech giants like Microsoft, Apple, Google, Amazon, Oracle… Read More