Could the social-networking site handle a massive offering all by itself?
The much-awaited offering of the online gaming company may not be as overpriced as you might expect.
The family that controls the iconic property has filed tentative plans for a publicly traded company.
Here's a look at four technology stocks riding the IPO wave into 2012.
These stocks were debut darlings of 2010, rising sharply in their first year of trading. Now, after suffering some growing pains, they can be bought at a much better price.
The IPOs are coming in at a fast and furious pace after a prolonged freeze.
As it heads to a potentially blockbuster IPO, the online gaming company is reportedly asking some employees to surrender some shares.
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