Cloud’s Cruddy Deals Teach a Lesson in IPO Patience

Cloud operators have come back to earth as investors have reset the sector's valuations, providing us a quick lesson about IPOs. More 

Why Cloud Stocks Could Be in Peril

These hotshots could quickly cool if the economy gets much slower. They may not crumble like the social stocks, but harder times could be ahead. More 

IBM Has a Cloud Problem

As more companies move into the cloud, they no longer need to buy servers and storage systems. More 

Ending With a Thud — Friday’s IP Market Recap

You can try blaming Friday the 13th for today’s misery on Wall Street, but that wouldn’t be doing justice to the damage Monday and Tuesday also unleashed. So, despite some healthy rebounding on Wednesday and Thursday, the equity indices all suffered a losing week — the second in a row, and the worst weekly performance... More 

AOL Defies Markets’ Dive — Monday’s IP Market Recap

A $1.1 billion sale of patents to Microsoft sent AOL skyward on an otherwise down day for the markets. More 

Top Cloud Player ServiceNow Is IPO-Bound

ServiceNow, a top cloud operator, has filed for an IPO and offers a 1-2 punch of growth -- a blossoming company in a booming business. More 

Global IPO Activity Hits a 2009 Low

Ernst & Young reports a sharp drop-off in global IPO activity in the first quarter, but it could be just temporary. The U.S. is already a hot spot. More