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Twitter Inc: Investors all atwitter, but analysts aren’t so sure

If there was one thought on the mind of every tech investor Thursday morning, it was this: Let this time be different.

Is the Twitter IPO already oversubscribed?

Twitter Inc. has attracted more than enough demand to sell all of the shares in its initial public offering, people with knowledge of the matter...

Twitter upside pegged at 45% by end of 2014

Twitter is expected to rise more than 45% by the end of 2014, according to Brian Wieser, analyst at Pivotal Research Group, who initiated coverage...

Twitter learning from Facebook’s IPO mistakes

The discount Twitter is offering in its IPO underscores how the six-year-old short-messaging site is working to avoid the fate of Facebook, Groupon Inc. and...

Twitter reveals rip-roaring growth, big losses ahead of IPO

Twitter Inc, racing toward the largest Silicon Valley IPO since Facebook Inc’s 2012 coming-out party, hopes to woo investors with rip-roaring revenue growth despite having...

Goldman Sachs lands lucrative Twitter IPO lead

"When the biggest and best have needed IPO services, Goldman is always a finalist."

Robert Friedland returns with Ivanplats IPO

Robert Friedland is back. The legendary mining promoter has launched a long-awaited initial public offering for Ivanplats Ltd., which controls massive mineral deposits in South...

Sunshine Oilsands plans Toronto listing by year-end

HONG KONG — China-backed Canadian oil explorer Sunshine Oilsands Ltd plans a secondary listing in Toronto by the end of this year, after raising about...

Man U IPO shows soccer’s limited investor appeal

Manchester United made a cut-price debut on the New York Stock Exchange on Friday after a flotation that has disappointed the English soccer club’s American...

Fidelity facing thousands of clients hit by Facebook woes

Fidelity Investments said it was working with “thousands” of brokerage clients affected by trading issues that have engulfed Facebook Inc‘s much-anticipated initial public offering, according...

Facebook falls flat in market debut

NEW YORK — Facebook stumbled in its eagerly anticipated market debut Friday, as shares ended barely above the offering price, dampening optimism over the world’s...

Facebook IPO triggers retail investor craze

How other Internet companies did on Day 1 When it comes to IPO hype, Facebook Inc.’s may be unprecedented. But it is still worth looking...

Facebook to join Nasdaq under ‘FB’ ticker, details Instagram acquisition

Mark Zuckerberg claims Facebook Inc. doesn’t build services to make money, but rather makes money in order to build better services. According to Facebook’s most...

IPOs get slow start as Facebook readies sale

Lee Spears and Anjelica Tan In a year heralding the landmark initial public offering of Facebook Inc., share sales got off to a slow start....

Formula One racing eyes Singapore IPO

The owners of Formula One motor racing are considering a partial flotation of the business in Asia, an option also explored by English soccer champions...

Canadian oil sands producers considering Hong Kong listings

By Jeremy van Loon Canadian oil-sands producers are considering following Sunshine Oilsands Ltd. in raising capital on the Hong Kong stock exchange to take advantage...

Yelp shares soar on market debut

Consumer review website Yelp Inc’s shares opened 60% above their IPO price on their market debut on Friday, as investors rushed to buy a piece...

CIC, Sinopec among investors in oil sands IPO

By Elzio Barreto Sovereign wealth fund China Investment Corp (CIC) and state refiner Sinopec are among the three cornerstone investors to pledge US$350-million toward Canadian...

Caesar’s back with small IPO

Caesar’s Entertainment, the highly leveraged casino operator, is back in the equity capital markets. Roughly a year and a half after a failed attempt, the...

Groupon’s decline reflects doubts about daily deals

Groupon Inc.’s shares, which have fallen below the company’s initial public offering price, show that both merchants and investors are having second thoughts about the...