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« Do You Know Where and When Your iPod and Mac was Built ? | Main | Apple Expo : un Petit Tour ! »

September 11, 2006

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Crappy business?

Well, if it's not managed properly...

ShutterFly's pending IPO proves that dot-com IPOs are back. ShutterFly enables consumers to upload, share, and print & print photos online. ShutterFly is trying to sell 5.8 million shares at between $13-15 per share in an IPO worth roughly $73 million. With the excitement over photo sharing and the growing popularity of services like FlickR, I took alook at the ShutterFly prospectus to see for myself whether to snap up some shares on the IPO. Read More

At least one who seems to be very excited about this IPO...

This one is less optimistic :

http://247wallst.blogspot.com/2006/09/ipo-terms-for-shutterfly-ipo-still.html

Thanks Fabien for the link, I didn't notice that Goldman Sachs had withdrawn, this indeed is interesting, and I can't take it as a positive sign !!

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