Friday, February 17, 2012

Yelp ipo

  • Online review service Yelp rated its own business Thursday, setting an IPO target of $12 to $14 per share that could value the 7-year-old company as high as $840 million.
  • (AP - msnbc.com)
  • The local-reviews site Yelp today set a price range for its IPO of between $12 and $14 in an offering that would value the company at as much as $839 million. Yelp, which aims to sell 7.15 million shares, is seeking to raise about $100 million.
  • (CNET News)
  • (Dow Jones) - Online review service Yelp Inc. unveiled on Thursday estimated terms of its initial public offering at 7.15 million shares at a price of $12 to $14 each. Yelp said it is offering 7.
  • (My Fox Boston)
  • Tonight is the first look at the terms of the upcoming and highly anticipated Yelp Inc. initial public offering.  Here is what we have from the SEC filing.  Insiders include Bessemer ventures, Elevation Partners, Benchmark Capital, and others.
  • (24/7 Wall St.)
  • SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) -- Yelp Inc. said it seeks to raise as much as $100.1 million in its initial public offering, according to an amended filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission late Thursday.
  • (Marketwatch)
  • Yelp, and Facebook. Surely the driving force behind this strategy is the resurgent tech IPO market. More specifically, Facebook, which is aiming to go public this Spring in what is expected to be the biggest Internet IPO in history.
  • (CNET News)
  • Yelp plans to list its stock on the NYSE in its upcoming IPO, according to an updated filing with the SEC. Yelp also posted full-year 2011 financials, showing total revenue of $83.3 million, up 74.6% from $47.
  • (Forbes)
  • Yelp Inc., the consumer-review website that filed for an IPO in November, rose 44 percent to $705 million. The valuation based on private-market transactions may change depending on the actual share count after the IPO. As of Dec.
  • (Businessweek)
  • The company filed to raise as much as $100 million in an IPO last November, with plans to trade on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker YELP. Co-founded by former PayPal Inc.
  • (Businessweek)

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