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It's starting to feel like a 1999 flashback. Internet companies _ some of them profitable, some not _ sense a golden opportunity and are lining up to go public this year.
The stock of popular but unprofitable Internet radio service Pandora Media Inc. increased in its market debut Wednesday, adding to the IPO frenzy that has some watchers talking tech bubble.
Internet radio station Pandora Media's IPO struck the right chord with investors Wednesday despite the static in the overall stock market.
The shares of popular but unprofitable Internet radio service Pandora Media Inc. soared more than 50 percent in its market debut Wednesday, adding to the IPO frenzy that has some watchers talking tech bubble.
Pandora Media Inc. sold its initial public offering of stock at $16 per share late Tuesday, fetching twice as much as the popular but unprofitable Internet radio service expected less than two weeks ago.
Online coupon seller Groupon Inc. is dangling its most tantalizing deal yet _ an initial public offering of stock.