Mobile payments startup Square said Friday it will raise up to $403 million in its stock offering—but it may be valued less on Wall Street than by private investors.
LinkedIn is behaving like an extremely productive worker who always seems to get the job done while still yearning to be more like flashier peers.
After laying off more than 300 workers, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is trying to lift the spirits of the remaining employees by giving them 6.8 million shares of the stock he owns in the online messaging service.
Unable to revive Yahoo's revenue growth on her own, CEO Marissa Mayer is hoping for a little help from her old friends at Google.
Match Group is swiping right and hopes investors will do the same: The parent of Tinder, Match.com and OkCupid is filing for an initial public offering of stock.
By galloping to a life as a publicly traded company, mobile payments star Square is bucking a Silicon Valley trend of startups riding along on outlandish private valuations.
French music-streaming service Deezer announced Thursday it aimed to raise 300 million euros via an initial public offering, as it bids to shore up its position in the ultra-competitive industry.
Online deals group LivingSocial said Wednesday it was cutting a further 20 percent of its workforce as it transitions to become an "experiences marketplace."
Just two technology stocks went public this summer - not a good sign for the long list of technology startups eyeing initial public offerings.
Saudi tycoon Prince Alwaleed bin Talal and his Kingdom Holding Company announced Wednesday they have increased their stake in Twitter Inc to become the firm's second-largest shareholders.