IPO

Fashion & Apparel StockX Ecommerce IPO Lets Customers Decide Price For Shoe Drop

StockX and Ben Baller teamed up to enable the world’s first e-commerce IPO, releasing 800 exclusive new “Ben Baller Did The Chain” slides via blind auction to let consumers' bids determine price

Technology Artist Opens Twitter Account To The Public

In a reflection on Twitter’s recent IPO, artist Kyle McDonald asks what it means to have an online identity.

Home 10 Stories You Need To Know Today

Samsung gives Apple a run for its money, Twitter hopes for global growth, and Airbnb would very much like to be more legitimate.

Home How Movie Theaters Plan To Overcome The Pull Of Laptop Viewing

AMC Entertainment is focusing on improved food and drink options, and letting customers reserve seats in advance.

Design 10 Stories You Need To Know Today

Solar powered plane lands in New York, Facebook launches Graph Search and Mcdonald's offers premium burgers in Japan.

Advertising Facebook Shares Drop Nearly 50% Below Initial Offering [Headlines]

Shares in the social media giant have fallen to be about half of its initial public offering of $38 per share.

Technology Facebook IPO Is 3rd Largest In History [Headlines]

Social media site goes public; share prices put its valuation at $104 billion.

Advertising Facebook Introduces Mobile Ads [Headlines]

The social network will now feature spots by brands on its smartphone and tablet platforms.

Advertising Facebook To Roll Out Game Changing Mobile Ads [Headlines]

Ads are expected to appear on Facebook's app within weeks.

Syndicated Ed Cotton: Facebook's Dangerous Game

What are the implications for advertising on the world's largest social network now that it has IPO status?

Technology Facebook Goes Public With IPO Of $5 Billion [Headlines]

Social media giant takes next steps in the business world.

Retail Groupon Drops Below IPO Price [Headlines]

After a few weeks of trading above its original offering price, the retail tech company's stock is now below $20.

Technology Facebook Delays IPO Until Late 2012 [Headlines]

Facebook is delaying its hotly-anticipated floatation until the end of next year to keep employees focused on product development.

Advertising Groupon Triples Loss From Last Year

The daily deals site reveals its second quarter loss - a staggering $102 million, more than triple its loss from last year.