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

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

Since its IPO last November, Twitter has grappled, publicly and painfully, with questions about why it isn’t growing...
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Drug maker Dance Biopharm scratches its IPO

Oct 17 2014 2:04pm CDT | Source: San Jose Business Journal

Drug maker Dance Biopharm Inc. called off its initial public offering Thursday, amid investors' concern over potential fallout for U.S. markets from signs of weakness in the global economy. Dance said in a letter to the Securities and Exchange Commission Wednesday, during a broad sell-off across financial markets, that the Brisbane company requested a withdrawal of its $75 million IPO for the sake of investors. "(Dance) does not pla ...
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Q3 VC update: Who did the most deals, got the most money in Silicon Valley

Oct 14 2014 1:41pm CDT | Source: San Jose Business Journal

New Enterprise Associates was the busiest venture firm in Silicon Valley and the country in the third quarter, according to a report from database research firm CB Insights on Tuesday. The Menlo Park firm did 29 deals between July and September, topped by the $165 million round it was involved in for Palo Alto-based home-improvement company Houzz, a $51 million round done by Redwood City-based skin treatment dev ...
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Brussels, Oct 21 (IANS) The European Union (EU) Monday announced it was strengthening sanctions against Syria. | by IANS
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GrubHub unscathed by lockup expiration, looks toward earnings

Oct 14 2014 9:16am CDT | Source: USATODAY

GrubHub's stock isn't up big since its IPO, only gaining about four percent since April of this year, when it debuted -- and that puts it off the pace of the S ...
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DLF shares tank 25 per cent on Sebi's 3-year ban

Oct 14 2014 2:40am CDT | Source: HeadlinesToday.in

After its over four-year-long probe, Sebi found that a "case of active and deliberate suppression of any material information so as to mislead and defraud the investors in the securities market in connection with the issue of shares of DLF in its IPO is clearly made out ...
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DealBook: Ackman Fund Stumbles in Amsterdam Trading Debut

Oct 13 2014 6:03am CDT | Source: NewYorkTimes-Business Day

Pershing Square Holdings raised more than $3 billion through its initial public offering and investments by existing investors in other Ackman funds, but its shares ...
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SEBI bars DLF from capital markets for three years

Oct 13 2014 5:54am CDT | Source: Reuters India

MUMBAI (Reuters) - The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) on Monday barred property developer DLF Ltd and some of its executives from accessing capital markets for three years, citing non-disclosure violations related to its 200 ...
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Google's Former CEO Explains How Arrogance Cost Potential Google Employees Half A Billion Dollars

Oct 11 2014 11:28am CDT | Source: Business Insider

Former Google CEO and current executive chairman Eric Schmidt can put a pretty high price on arrogance: about $500,000,000.  In an interesting interview with Steven Levy, Schmidt talks about what Google looks for when it's hiring. The test, he explains, is to ask whether you believe a candidate can work with other people to effect change. If someone comes across as overly arrogant, it could mean that they won ...
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Google's First-Ever Executive Chef Explains Why Good Food Is So Important For Startups

Oct 11 2014 8:46am CDT | Source: Business Insider

Chef Charlie Ayers knows a thing or two about shaping startup culture.  Ayers joined Google as its first executive chef way back in 1999, when the company had less than 50 employees.  After getting hired through a cook-off competition against other potential candidates, Ayers spent the next six years helping Google form and solidify its reputation for serving employees delicious and healthy food.  Ayers thinks that providing good food is so important for startups ...
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