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Twitter's Growth Will Continue To Slow, Says New Forecast

Source: Business Balla | May 27 2014, 1:45am CDT

Since its IPO last November, Twitter has grappled, publicly and painfully, with questions about why it isn’t growing...
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Alibaba IPO investors are now $11.8B richer

Nov 4 2014 1:55pm CST | Source: USATODAY

Investors who bought Alibaba in the IPO in September are counting their riches ...
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Short Seller Expects GoPro Shares To Tumble To $30 (GPRO)

Nov 4 2014 11:41am CST | Source: Business Insider

GoPro shares are going to $30.  According to a report released by short sellers Citron Research on Tuesday, shares of the wearable camera company will fall to $30 within 12 months. In afternoon trade on Tuesday, GoPro shares were unchanged near $84.50.  In its report, Citron wrote that currently, investors are not only looking at the company as a camera hardware company, but also a social media company.  Citron isn't convinced.  Taking GoPro as a hardwar ...
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Russia allows buffalo meat imports from India
Moscow, Dec 4 (IANS/TASS) Russia has allowed imports of buffalo meat from India, the country's veterinary regulator said Thursday.
 
New guidelines for prostate cancer testing
Melbourne, Dec 4 (IANS) Prostate cancer checks in Australia are set to improve after cancer agencies and health experts reached an agreement on new testing guidelines at the World Cancer Congress (WCC) currently being held in Melbourne.
 
Australian researcher discovers first artwork by early human
Sydney, Dec 4 (IANS) An Australian researcher has discovered what is believed to be the first artwork created by a human.
 
 

Microsoft And Dropbox Announce Strategic Partnership--Pre-IPO Validation?

Nov 4 2014 9:30am CST | Source: Forbes Real Time

Big news today that will potentially have a negative impact on Box.com as arch-rival Dropbox signs a high level strategic partnership with Microsoft. A great fillip to its expected IPO perhaps? Dropbox has long been the poster child (and not in a good way) fo ...
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3 Bay Area health IPOs this week: Coherus Biosciences, Nevro, Jaguar Animal Health

Nov 4 2014 7:58am CST | Source: San Jose Business Journal

The Bay Area health companies that set IPO price targets last week are expected to follow through with their Wall Street debuts this week. Redwood City-based Coherus Biosciences and Menlo Park-based Nevro both increased the amounts they plan to raise. San Francisco-based Jaguar Animal Health cut the amount it hopes to get. Another health company from the region, Menlo Park-based Virobay, formally withdrew its IP ...
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Samsung reveals Find My Mobile is safe, far too long after vulnerability goes public

Nov 4 2014 7:41am CST | Source: BetaNews

Samsung's Find My Mobile device-tracking service was revealed last month to be vulnerable to a denial of service attack, which would allow hackers to lock and wipe enrolled handsets. The media quickly jumped on this, with some pundits suggesting that users should stop using Find My Mobile as soon as possible, due to the apparent risks involved. Samsung today finally decided to chime in, telling its cu ...
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Virgin America hopes to raise up to $368M in IPO, sets price range

Nov 3 2014 12:21pm CST | Source: Triangle Business Journal

Virgin America Airlines is hoping to raise as much as $368 million in its upcoming IPO. The 7-year-old airline plans to offer investors 13.3 million shares for $21 to $24 apiece, according to a filing it made with the Securities and Exchange Commission on Monday. The rest of the top target is based on underwriters buying up all the shares allotted to them, as well. Bloomberg reports that the company is valuing itself at $1 billion in its IPO. That is about 13.8 times Virg ...
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Virgin America hopes to raise up to $368M in IPO, sets price range

Nov 3 2014 10:12am CST | Source: San Jose Business Journal

Virgin America Airlines is hoping to raise as much as $368 million in its upcoming IPO. The 7-year-old airline plans to offer investors 13.3 million shares for $21 to $24 apiece, according to a filing it made with the Securities and Exchange Commission on Monday. The rest of the top target is based on underwriters buying up all the shares allotted to them, as well. Bloomberg reports that the Burlingame-based company is valuing itself at $1 billion in its IP ...
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Virgin America readies IPO, sets price range

Nov 3 2014 9:48am CST | Source: San Francisco Business Times

Virgin America Airlines is hoping to raise as much as $320 million in a U.S. initial public offering. The 7-year-old airline plans to offer investors 13.3 million shares for $21 to $24 apiece, according to a story on Bloomberg News Service. The Burlingame-based company is valuing itself at $1 billion in its IPO. The money raised will be used for capital expenditures, marketing, flight equipment and aircraft-operating leases. The shares ...
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