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Posted on 24 Jun 2011 | 11,567 views
Shazam now IPO Candidate as IPO Bubble Looms

Shazam, whose technology lets people use their cell phones to learn the names of catchy songs, has raised $32 million in funding to bolster expansion plans and move the company closer to a potential public stock offering.

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Posted on 24 Jun 2011 | 8,049 views
Facebook Staff Fears Tech Bubble and Dumping Their Stock Shares Before IPO Crash?

It seems that Facebook employees may be leading a growing trend in Silicon Valley — cashing in on their soaring stock shares before a feared tech bubble crash wipes away their liquidity as it did to so many a decade ago.

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Posted on 12 Jun 2011 | 13,477 views
Groupon’s Stock to Crash After IPO?

So, before retail investors start to think Groupon and its IPO might be a great deal, you may want to do a little research on the company before getting giddy about the upcoming deal. Groupon is a Chicago based company and will trade under the (Ticker Symbol: GRPN) according to the Initial Public Offering filing.