Tag Archives: IPO

Fri 16th October 2015
Written by The Domains in EN and tagged
IAC To Spin Off Match.com, Tinder, OkCupid.com + 42 More To IPO Of The Match Group (MTCH) - IAC/Interactive (IACI) is spinning off 45 sites including Match.com, Okcupid.com and Tinder into a new public company called the The Match Group which filed for an IPO Friday, applying to be listed on the Nasdaq under the ticker “MTCH.” The company has filed to raised up to $100 million in the IPO. According to the S-1, The Match Group had 4.7 million paying subscribers worldwide at the end of the third quarter. The company is reporting trailing twelve months revenue of $1 billion ending June ... read more ...
Tue 24th February 2015
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GoDaddy releases earnings, picks GDDY ticker - Domain name registrar gets one step closer to IPO. GoDaddy filed an amended S-1 statement with the SEC today that revealed fourth quarter and full year 2014 financials, as well as the company’s planned NYSE stock ticker GDDY. Fourth quarter revenue at the company grew to $371.7 million, up from $356.9 million in the third quarter and $305.9 million in the same quarter of 2013. The company reported a net loss of ($26.8) million for the quarter, about in line with the third quarter. For the year, ... read more ...
Tue 6th January 2015
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Domain name registry Afilias dumps designed IPO - Registry had planned to float in November. Domain name registry Afilias has pulled plans for a $100 million initial public offering, as reported by Domain Incite this morning. A company spokesperson told Domain Incite, “The final decision to cancel the IPO was based on market conditions at the time.” Given that stock markets are at record highs, that’s a euphemism for “investors weren’t interested in our IPO”. While stock markets are doing well, the same ... read more ...
Mon 9th June 2014
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8 Things We Learned from GoDaddy’s IPO filing - GoDaddy filed its S-1 today to go public. I’ve skimmed the 250 pages to compile these seven data points that weren’t previously known. 1. GoDaddy has a lot of customers: 11.548M, to be exact. 2. The company had 2013 revenue of $1.13B. It breaks down like this: $672M from domains (and add-ons like privacy), $381M from hosting and $77M from business apps. Oh, and 24% of the revenue comes from its Customer Service reps selling to customers. 3. Its GAAP loss was $199.9M ... read more ...
 
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GoDaddy files to go open (again) - GoDaddy says “It’s Go Time” for IPO. GoDaddy has filed its S-1 with the Securities and Exchange Commission. This will be the company’s second attempt at an initial public offering. It originally filed to go public in 2006, but later shelved its plans. The company found another way to exit in 2011 when it found an investor in KKR, Silver Lake, and Technology Crossover Ventures. Parsons remained the individual single shareholder in the company after the investment. ... read more ...
Wed 5th March 2014
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NASDAQ Private Market Launches To Allow People To Buy Shares Of Pre-IPO Companies - The NASDAQ Private Market, LLC announced today the launch of its new capital marketplace for private companies. The NASDAQ Private Market site is at NPM.com NASDAQ Private Market was formed in March of 2013 as a joint venture between The NASDAQ OMX Group, Inc. and SharesPost, Inc. “Built as a company-first platform on industry-leading technology, NASDAQ Private Market will provide qualifying private companies the tools and resources to efficiently raise capital, control secondary transactions, ... read more ...
Sat 1st February 2014
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Coupons.com files for $100million IPO - Last week it was Care.com going public and soaring in its first day of trading and now another category killer .com, Coupons.com has filed to go public. When looking at both of these companies “.COM” is a part of the name, they are not Care Inc or Coupons Inc and use the .com extension. With all the talk lately of new gtlds and branding themselves it is important to note that .com started this trend with the extension as part of the company name. Tech Crunch wrote on the coming IPO The march ... read more ...