Category Archives: IPO

Twitter’s First Day as a Public Company- Debuts at $45.10

The online conversation service now used by over 230 million people worldwide has started trading today on the NYSE as TWTR. The stock opened at $45.10, much higher than the $26 per share price set yesterday. Yesterday, based on the … Continue reading

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Form S-1 vs. Form 10- What’s the Difference?

Whats the difference between a Form S-1 and a Form 10? In short, a Form 10 is used to register a class of securities (ex. common) under Section 12(b) or (g) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 while the … Continue reading

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What is a Finder?

Its no secret that both private and public companies, large or small have challenges raising much needed capital from investors. Access to equity can be difficult when complying with a maze of state and federal rules and regulations.  Business owners … Continue reading

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Rule 506 and General Solicitation

On August 31, 2012 the SEC issued proposed rules that would eliminate the prohibition against general solicitation and advertising in Rule 506 offerings.  The SEC has requested comments on the proposed rules within 30 days.  You may provide your comments … Continue reading

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Are You Ready to Invest in Facebook?

Facebook’s roadshow for its initial public offering is scheduled to begin next week, and the shares should begin trading around May 18. The Company amended it’s S-1 registration filing, and is awaiting effectiveness.  Facebook, the world’s largest social network, is set … Continue reading

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