Analysis: the IPO blues - and how to avoid them

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Recession notwithstanding, it's been a tough few months for many web-based service companies that have recently made public offerings on the stock exchange. So why is it often a case of 'Oh no!' after IPO?

Facebook’s public share offering could well go down in history as the beginning of the end for the social networking company. It was in the weeks running up to Facebook’s 18 May 2012 IPO that the w...

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