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Groupon’s IPO Prospects May Be Punctured

By John S. Tobey

Last week, just about everything that could go wrong for Groupon’s pending IPO did. Friday, alone, had four dismal reports that could deflate Groupon’s IPO hopes. The week’s reports that punctured Groupon’s IPO prospects… This article is posted on SeekingAlpha.com »

Why Dunkin’ Donuts’ IPO Success Is Good News for KKR

By John S. Tobey

We are accustomed to initial public offerings (IPOs) of newer companies originating from venture capital funds. Dunkin’ Donuts (DNKN) represents the other breed of IPO: An established company originating from a private equity fund. Dunkin’ Donuts’ stock was offered at the top price of its range ($19 per share), began trading on Wednesday (July... »

How to Earn IPO Profits from the Inside

By John S. Tobey

No, you don’t have to buy private shares of Facebook. There is a more diversified, less risky (and possibly more profitable) approach. Not seen since the 1960s have private investors had access to IPO gains from the issuer’s side. Here’s the story: »

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