The sudden slide in the stock market over the last few trading sessions may put a dampener on the recent resurgence of high tech initial public offerings. Now, Bay Area start-ups may wait until stocks recover before going public
LinkedIn emerged from its recently completed IPO with another quarter of accelerating growth on its professional networking website.
Dozens of small business owners flocked to San Jose city hall Thursday to learn how to grow their businesses using social media.
California’s unemployment rate has dropped below 12 percent for the first time since August 2009 — another positive sign for the nation’s economy.
LinkedIn, a trailblazer in the online networking craze, went public with a roaring stock offering. Within minutes, shares were trading at twice the value set by the company.
LinkedIn is jacking up the price it’s asking for shares of its initial public offering by 30 percent.
Professional networking website LinkedIn Corp. plans to sell shares to investors for $32 to $35 each in an initialpublic offering.
The company behind the largest website for professional networking is going public.