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Mark Zuckerberg addresses the crowd outside the NASDAQ stock exchange in Times Square at the opening bell ceremony of Facebook’s IPO on May 18, 2012.

Facebook’s IPO was 6 years ago today — here’s how much you’d have made if you invested $1,000 back in the day

Facebook went public on May 18, 2012, with an initial price of $38 per share and a closing price on its first day of trading just above that, at $38.23. A $1,000 investment back then would be worth almost $5,000 today.
Pluralsight CEO Aaron Skonnard

Online tech training company Pluralsight pops big in its IPO even as its founder maintains voting control

Pluralsight, an online training company from Utah, barged onto the public markets with a big IPO that could be a harbinger of more to come.
AppDynamics Jyoti Bansal

‘Jugs of coffee, lots of Advil, and we didn’t sleep for 4 days’: A startup founder reveals what it was like to sell his company for ...

Jyoti Bansal's company, AppDynamics, received an offer to sell five days before it was slated to IPO. Here's how Bansal made his decision.

Volvo Cars owner picks banks for IPO: source

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Logo of France's biggest insurer Axa is seen in Paris

AXA Equitable is getting ready for the biggest IPO of the year

Anticipated to be the biggest IPO since Snap made its debut in March 2017, AXA Equitable Holdings fell short of expectations. The spin off of French life insurance giant, AXA SA, announced an IPO price of $20 per share. It raised $2.75 billion, missing its $3.5 billion target.

Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley took Blue Apron public at $10 per share — now they say it’s worth $3

Blue Apron Holdings' first-quarter earnings isn't enough to clear up doubts about the profitability of its meal-kit delivery business. Morgan Stanley now says the company is worth no more than $3, more than a 70% drop since setting its IPO price in June.
Zscaler CEO Jay Chaudhry

This $3 billion company lost a top exec only 2 months after its blockbuster IPO — and its stock is tanking

Zscaler COO Bill Welch is leaving enterprise cloud security company Zscaler. Shares at the $3 billion company fell more than 7% on Thursday on the news of turnover in its c-suite so soon after its Wall Street debut.