One initial public offering has been labeled a success, while the other has been tagged as a failure from the beginning.
It was up to the bankers and the execs to figure out a stock price where everyone won. In the end, the little guy got the shaft.
If common ground is found, a strategic relationship could benefit both companies.
The CEO of Morgan Stanley sits down with CNBC to discuss what happened.
The infamous Pets.com IPO from 2000 may turn out to be a bigger success than Facebook's.
Market sours after long recovery from dot-com mess.
These days, investors want safe assets -- not risky tech IPOs.
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