IPOs In Q1 Top Pre-Crisis Levels, Growth Centered On Tech Companies

Q11 2012 was the most active quarter for IPOs since the fourth quarter of 2007. The figures also showed a marked decrease in mergers acquisitions and buyouts. There has been less activity in that area leaving it lower than it was in Q2 2011. One explanation for the fall in mergers is Google's lack of acquisitions. The company was the leader . . .


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