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  • AT&T, Apple Web Sites Overloaded By IPhone Orders
    The good news is that demand for pre-orders of the iPhone 4 is so great that AT&T and Apple are having trouble keeping up. That's the bad news, too, ...
  • Brain Gain: Eyeblaster Rebrands As MediaMind
    Say goodbye to Eyeblaster, and hello to MediaMind. Long pigeonholed as a provider rich media, the independent campaign management firm on Tuesday is expected to announce the rebranding of i ...
  • Nielsen Goes Public On Plans To, Well, Go Public
    After years of operating under as a quasi private company controlled by a group of private equity firms, Nielsen Co. is preparing to once again be traded as a publ ...
  • Demand Eyes IPO
    Demand Media, a startup that mines online search engine data to generate thousands of videos and Web stories a day -- what some call a "content farm" -- has hir ...
  • Eyeblaster Takes Second Shot At IPO
    Eyeblaster on Wednesday filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission to raise up to $115 million in an initial public offering of common stock. The online ad campaign management fi ...
  • Lead Gen Firm Reply Eyes IPO
    Reply.com, a provider of online business leads, would like very much to raise $60 million in an IPO, according to an SEC filing. Reply focuses on locally-targeted and category-specific consume ...
  • Startup Success Without The IPO
    Inspired by a bleak performance report from The National Venture Capital Association, GigaOm's Stacey Higginbotham proposes a new strategy for startup companies. One solution for "perking up" returns is ...
  • Mobile IPO Rings Hollow
    Given the frothy atmosphere surrounding mobile at the start of 2010, perhaps it was inevitable initial public offering filings would begin to surface as companies seek to cash in ...
  • Facebook Investor: No IPO In 2010
    Facebook investor and board member Jim Breyer insists the company has no plans to go public this year. "We are not planning a near term IPO," (near term as ...
  • Frisky Friendfinder Loses IPO Mojo
    Blame it on the recession or our culture's puritanical underpinnings, but adult entertainment company Friendfinder Networks is having to rein in its IPO. After filing for an IPO a ye ...
  • ExactTarget Takes Aim At 2010
    Some companies may have fretted about abandoning plans to go public, but ExactTarget rebounded to the tune of $140 million. After pulling its application in May, the email service provid ...
  • ReachLocal Reaches For IPO
    Local online marketing company ReachLocal on Tuesday filed for a $100 million initial public offering. The majority of the proceeds from the IPO will go towards general corporate purposes a ...
  • The Lay Of The Email IPO Land
    Silverpop CEO Bill Nussey says the email marketing firm is frequently approached by investment banks urging it to go public. But while an IPO is the end game, he sa ...
  • Twitter Eying Acquisitions, Revenue, IPO
    Speaking at a news conference in Tel Aviv, Twitter co-founder Biz Stone says he's interested in additional acquisitions, and even earning a little ad revenue. "We made an acquisition la ...
  • Web Marketer QuinStreet Files IPO
    Online marketing and media services company QuinStreet plans to go public with the sale of about $250 million in common stock, it revealed in a regulatory filing late last wee ...
  • Ad Industry M&A Activity & IPO Wave To Hit In 2010
    Despite high unemployment and little opportunity for job growth, the advertising industry should brace for a wave of consolidation and initial public offerings (IPOs) heading into 2010, according to Lin ...
  • Electronics E-tailer Eyes IPO
    The late '90s are long gone, and tech startups filing for IPOs is big news these days. The latest to take the plunge is NewEgg, a consumer-facing online retailer th ...
  • eBay's Bargain Basement Blunder
    News that eBay has indeed found a group of investors to take Skype off its hands raised more questions than answers on Tuesday. Why, for instance, did Google lose intere ...
  • The Great Facebook Cash-Out
    Why are Facebook employees -- whom one might assume would be the slightest bit optimistic about a future IPO or acquisition -- rushing to cash out their stock options? Be ...
  • Video Company Hits NASDAQ
    Seeking capital for future acquisitions, online video provider KIT digital began trading on the NASDAQ Global Market exchange Thursday. The stock is trading under the symbol "KITD." ...
  • Armstrong: AOL Pursuing Acquisitions
    AOL CEO Tim Armstrong on Thursday revealed that the company is back on the acquisition trail even as it overhauls its advertising and content businesses. "We're in the process rig ...
  • Twitter Seeks IPO or Sale Next Year
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  • Supreme Court Will Hear Sarbox Challenge
    Silicon Alley Insider's Henry Blodget points out that part of the reason Silicon Valley is struggling is because there's no longer an IPO market for startups. This makes it difficu ...
  • Venture-Backed Companies Make Rare Public Offering
    SolarWinds, a software maker, and OpenTable, an online reservation service, will be the first venture-backed IPOs in nine months, marking the end of a long dry spell for the I ...
  • IPO Interrupted: ExactTarget Hits Capital Target
    Email service provider ExactTarget, which has withdrawn its application to go public, said Wednesday that three venture capital firms have infused it with $70 million in capital. The company sa ...
  • ExactTarget Secures $70 Million
    ExactTarget has secured $70 million from three venture capital firms. The investment will accelerate the company's growth and expand its international presence, according to the on-demand email and one-to-one marketi ...
  • Why IPOs are Poised for a Comeback
    Noted tech venture capitalist Fred Wilson thinks the end of the IPO drought is nigh, possibly as soon as the end of this year. He cites five reasons why th ...
  • Correction: Discovery Won't Issue IPO
    On June 12, MediaDailyNews story mistakenly reported that Discovery Communications would be the subject of an initial public offering (IPO). Instead, its current shareholders have struck a deal to combi ...
  • First, New CFO For Discovery, Then IPO
    In the latest sign that Discovery Communications' anticipated IPO is imminent, the company said Wednesday that it is replacing its CFO. Brad Singer takes over the post, joining from public ...