IBM Hits Twitter With Patent Infringement Claims Ahead of IPO

The first of many, of course.
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IPO-Bound Zulily Surpasses $400 Million in 2013 Revenue, New Filing Shows

Zulily, the IPO-bound discount e-commerce site targeted at moms, recorded revenue of $439 million in the first nine months of this year for 116 percent growth year over year, an amended S-1 filing shows. But its net income dropped from $2.4 million in the first six months of the year to just $200,000 through the first nine months. Zulily also signed a letter of intent on a new $50 million revolving credit line, according to the document.

Dick Costolo Makes $14,000 a Year in Take-Home Pay

(And another $11 million-plus in stock awards.)
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File Under #Finally: Twitter Unveils $1 Billion IPO, Showing Growing Revenue but No Profits

Not even a government shutdown could stop Twitter from its appointed public offering.
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At 215 Million Monthly Active Users, Twitter Has a Growth Problem

Growing up — and out — is hard to do.
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S-1 Confidential

Confidential S1s? But what could be wrong with releasing 100s of pages of new financial and strategic co. info to the Internet while gagged?

Andrew Mason on Twitter’s IPO filing

Twitter Files for IPO

In 140 characters, no less.
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Tremor Video Files for IPO

The video ad network has been looking to go public for a long time. More video IPOs likely this year.
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Ad Campaign Manager Marin Software Files for $75M IPO

The unprofitable company has raised about $100 million from backers including Benchmark Capital.
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Trulia Files for $75 Million IPO

Another online real estate company is preparing to test the IPO waters. Trulia, which provides real estate listing services to prospective home buyers, sellers and renters, has filed to raise $75 million in an initial public offering. According to an S-1 submitted to the SEC in May and made public today, Trulia will list an as yet unspecified number of shares on the NYSE under the symbol TRLA, with JPMorgan Chase & Co. and Deutsche Bank AG taking the lead on the offering. Trulia’s IPO follows that of its rival Zillow, which raised $69.2 million in its July 2011 offering.