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  • Brightcove Names Menard New CFO
    Online video platform Brightcove on Monday named Christopher Menard as its new chief financial officer. Menard comes to Brightcove after more than nine years at Phase Forward, a provider ...
  • Report: Brightcove Eyes IPO
    On the heels of recruiting Chris Menard as CFO, online video platform Brightcove is gearing up for an IPO, reports Reuters. A source tells Reuters that Brightcove will like ...
  • Hulu prepares IPO, Battles Netflix
    Popular U.S. Web video service Hulu is prepared to raise as much as $300 million in an IPO likely to be led by Morgan Stanley. Hulu is ready to rai ...
  • Russian's Mail.ru Group Eyes IPO
    Russian Internet company Mail.ru Group -- which boasts strategic investments in some top U.S. Web companies - is inching closer to an IPO valued at about $750 million, reports ...
  • Hulu IPO A Matter Of When, Not If
    Hulu is reportedly ready to raise $200 million to $300 million in an initial public offering valuing the premium video hub at $2 billion. Citing unnamed sources, Reuters reported Frid ...
  • Amid IPO Slump, Acquisitions Are Holy Grail
    Are IPO-destined startups an endangered species? So says Robert Ackerman Jr., founder of Allegis Capital. "The ecosystem that allowed young companies to go public has been destroyed," Ackerman tells t ...
  • A Public Nielsen To Retain Former Board, Pricey Perks For Execs
    Even as Nielsen is on the brink of becoming a public company, the consortium of private-equity firms that purchased it in 2006 will continue to maintain control of the 15-memb ...
  • Nielsen To Raise Billions As NLSN: Investors, Managers Will Reap Big Returns
    In a preliminary prospectus for a multibillion dollar public stock offering filed with the Securities & Exchange Commission Monday, Nielsen Co. opens with a colorful graphic showing ...
  • Would You Buy Stock in Hulu?
    Hulu has been taking a hit in the ratings in recent months as metrics services re-think how they measure its streams. With the video advertising filtered out of the tot ...
  • Hulu Jumping The IPO Gun?
    It's been a not-so-long-time coming for Hulu -- the famously funded, jointly owned premium video platform. Sources tell The New York Times that the company is eying an I ...
  • Skype Ready To Make IPO Call
    Signaling a new chapter for Skype, the Internet telephony company just filed for an IPO worth $100 million. "The offering was widely viewed as in the cards, though I adm ...
  • What Demand Media's IPO Means To SEO
    Danny Sullivan points to page 14 of a recent Initial Public Offering (IPO) filed by Demand Media that clearly states Google's position with the company. It turns out that Dema ...
  • Demand Media Files For IPO
    Ending the week on a bold note, Demand Media on Friday filed for an initial public offering. In a regulatory filing, however, Demand did not list a price range ...
  • Report: Facebook IPO Off 'Til 2012
    Facebook's aversion to going public is well known, and, if sources are correct, the social net will indeed put off an IPO until at least 2012, Bloomberg reports. Thr ...
  • MediaMind Reevaluates IPO
    Slightly reining in its ambitions, MediaMind on Monday revealed more modest terms of a planned initial public offering. In March, the online ad campaign management firm -- known as Eyeblast ...
  • Eyeblaster Reins In IPO Target
    In March, Eyeblaster (now calling itself MediaMind) filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission to raise up to $115 million in an initial public offering of common stock. An S ...
  • Facebook Takes Cash, Likely Over IPO
    Lessening the chances of an imminent IPO, Facebook has quietly raised another $120 million from Elevation Partners, TechCrunch reports, citing "a recent letter to its limited partners." In exchang ...
  • Correction: Vringo IPO
    An article in Wednesday's Online Media Daily misstated the amount Vringo Inc. filed with the SEC in January to raise in an initial public offering. The funding target was $ ...
  • Vringo Adjusts Target Down, Aims To Raise $11 Million In IPO
    Investors are showing only tepid interest in mobile startups going public. Vringo, a company specializing in selling video ringtones, priced its initial public offering Tuesday at $4.60 p ...
  • 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 ...