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  • ** FILE **  File photo released by The Carlyle Group shows David M. Rubenstein.  (AP Photo/The Carlyle Group, File )

    Carlyle shaves price in public stock offering

    Private equity firm Carlyle Group LP, Washington's premier investment bank, will start trading publicly on Thursday at what analysts are calling a discounted initial price of $22 a share, the company announced late Wednesday evening after the markets closed.


  • ** FILE ** Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg talks about the social network site's new privacy settings in May 2010 in Palo Alto, Calif. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez, File)

    Will Facebook deliver an IPO surprise?

    Facebook, the social network that changed "friend" from a noun to a verb, is expected to file as early as Wednesday to sell stock on the open market. Its debut is likely to be the most talked-about initial public offering since Google in 2004.


  • Will Facebook deliver an IPO surprise?

    Facebook, the social network that changed "friend" from a noun to a verb, is expected to file as early as Wednesday to sell stock on the open market. Its debut is likely to be the most talked-about initial public offering since Google in 2004.


  • Groupon raises $700M with IPO at $20 per share

    Daily deals pioneer Groupon raised about $700 million with an initial public offering of stock priced well above expectations.


  • Groupon prices IPO at $20 per share

    Daily deals pioneer Groupon priced its initial public offering late Thursday at $20 per share.


  • Carlyle faces iffy IPO market

    The Carlyle Group, the Washington area's most prominent investment bank, turned heads on Tuesday when it confirmed plans to move ahead with its first public sale of stock, an initial offering that could be worth $1 billion or more.


  • LinkedIn's stock up 90 percent in market debut

    LinkedIn's stock more than doubled in its market debut Thursday because of huge investor demand for the first major U.S. social networking company to go public.


  • LinkedIn shares soar 90 percent in market debut

    LinkedIn's stock nearly doubled in its market debut because of huge investor demand for the first major U.S. social networking company to go public.


  • Jeff Weiner (second from right), LinkedIn's CEO, celebrates the company's listing on May 19, 2011, at the New York Stock Exchange. LinkedIn, based in Mountain View, Calif., is an internet-based social networking rolodex for business people. (Associated Press)

    LinkedIn's stock up 90 percent in market debut

    LinkedIn's stock more than doubled in its market debut Thursday because of huge investor demand for the first major U.S. social networking company to go public.


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