Consumer-reviews site Angie's List Inc. saw it stock grow by 25 percent on its first day of trading Thursday, showing ongoing investor appetite for Internet companies.
Owen Van Natta, the former CEO of Myspace, is stepping down from an executive role at Zynga but will stay on its board of directors.
Groupon's stock sizzled in its public debut Friday despite concerns about its accounting practices ahead of an initial public offering and doubts about the viability of its business model.
Online professional networking service LinkedIn got demoted by many investors after suffering its first quarterly loss in its brief career as a publicly traded company.
Online game maker Zynga Inc. is planning to list its stock on the Nasdaq Stock Market.
Zynga is adding more ways for people to play its Web games as it grooms its business for an initial public offering of stock that is aiming to raise $1 billion.
Zynga Inc., the maker of popular online games such as "FarmVille" and "CityVille," is being sued for patent infringement by a Texas gaming startup.
Internet search leader Google Inc. is bringing a little more gamesmanship to its duel with Facebook.
Wall Street's recent gloom is laying waste to the hopes of companies planning to raise money from investors.