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Facebook's IPO was a popular topic on Twitter today, but not a runaway hit.

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Facebook's IPO was a popular topic on Twitter today, but not a runaway hit.

Facebook’s IPO Wasn’t a Huge Hit on Twitter Either, Say Studies

Facebook’s stock didn’t have the first-day pop that many had predicted. Nor was the initial public offering a breakout hit in Twitter chatter, despite dominating much of the media coverage. An hour before the stock market closed, there were 104,616...

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Jive CEO Tony Zingale attended a listing ceremony for his company at the Nasdaq MarketSite last December.

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Jive CEO Tony Zingale attended a listing ceremony for his company at the Nasdaq MarketSite last December.

Jive Software Hits Refresh, Opens Product to Anyone on Web

Since going public in December, Jive Software’s stock has almost doubled. Among U.S. technology IPOs in the past six months, the maker of social-networking software for businesses is the third-best performer. Still, Jive needs to keep moving to keep investors...

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Forrester Research CEO George Colony said that without Steve Jobs at the helm, Apple will 'coast and then decelerate.'

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Forrester Research CEO George Colony said that without Steve Jobs at the helm, Apple will 'coast and then decelerate.'

Apple Doomed to End Up Like Sony, Says Forrester CEO

As analysts, investors and other pundits try to out-superlative one another talking about Apple’s second-quarter results from yesterday, the CEO of one of the leading market research firms used the event as an opportunity to warn that the iPhone maker...

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Rich and Mary Bleyle attended Apple's shareholders meeting.

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Rich and Mary Bleyle attended Apple's shareholders meeting.

Apple’s Shareholder Meeting Brings Out Newly Minted Millionaires

While a small group of protesters marched outside Apple’s shareholders meeting this morning over labor practices in China, investors inside were mostly saying thank you. And with good reason. Take Rich Bleyle, a retired teacher attending the annual meeting from...

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Shoppers Andres Moran, left, and Mckiernan Flaherty checked out Apple's iPhone 4S at a store in San Francisco last year.

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Shoppers Andres Moran, left, and Mckiernan Flaherty checked out Apple's iPhone 4S at a store in San Francisco last year.

The One Apple Analyst Who Says ‘Sell’ as the Stock Keeps Climbing

There are 57 Wall Street analysts in Bloomberg’s database who follow Apple Inc., and only one of them has a “sell” rating: Edward Zabitsky. His reasoning? Zabitsky, an analyst at Toronto-based ACI Research, doubts Apple will be able to maintain...

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Rackspace engineers laugh during a meeting at the company's office in San Francisco last year. Shares of the Texas-based operator of data centers have increase more than 10-fold.

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Rackspace engineers laugh during a meeting at the company's office in San Francisco last year. Shares of the Texas-based operator of data centers have increase more than 10-fold.

Think Apple’s Shareholders Are Happy? Take a Look at Rackspace

Few companies of late have been as good to their investors as Rackspace. In the past three years, the stock has jumped more than 10-fold, notching a 963 percent gain to be exact. In other words, if you invested $100,000...

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