The shares of microblogging firm Twitter may not be the bargain investors are hoping for.
CFOs Take Center Stage During IPO Process
If a company is planning to go public, it will need a CFO who understands the process and can be the face of the company. LifeLock CFO Chris Power explains why.
Going Private: Tougher than Going Public?
Yes, says a CFO who has done both. Computer-maker Dell may be in for a walk on the private side, but a wild ride is in store for the finance team no matter which buyout bid shareholders select.
For small-company CFOs, the rewards of being public don’t always outweigh the headaches.
A Fall Run for IPOs?
Equity-market indices are up and the “fear” index is down, presenting some companies an opportunity to go public.
Facebook Flop Won’t Scare Off Growth-Company Listings
The poor post-IPO performance of Facebook shares is causing companies to delay pricing, but on its own won’t shut down new listings, say experts.
The True Cost of Going Public
Sarbox compliance costs pale in comparison to other IPO and post-IPO expenses.
Internet Shortcut for Capital Markets: Running in Circles
If you're counting on the Internet as a shortcut to the capital markets, better think again.