Tech IPOs to Watch: Facebook, Opentable, and Linkedin

Which of the following three widely-touted tech IPOs is likely to happen first: Facebook, Linkedin, or Opentable? My money’s still on Facebook, but I’m curious what people think.


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Comments

  1. proales says:

    My bet is that Facebook IPO wont happen for a long time (2 years+) “I’m the CEO bitch” Mark Zuckerberg seems very determined to build a enormous empire before going through the IPO process – and then shortly there after likely leaving Facebook to take on a new startup.

  2. pwb says:

    I’d have to agree that Facebook seems further out. It still has a pretty long runway along which to increas value.

  3. Farhan Lalji says:

    Not sure what any of the companies would do with the money except cash out their investors. Think they can manage growth with their incomes and don’t really need an IPO.

  4. divesh says:

    facebook is the new google…they will wait as long as humanly possible before going public.
    linkedin is the old facebook. they will try to get their IPO done as quickly as humanly possible since their market is going to fall away in the next 24 months. IPO = back half of 2007 or 1Q08.

  5. cem sertoglu says:

    i agree with divesh. fbok ipo will be large and will take a while. linked in has to move to not lose mojo.

  6. cem sertoglu says:

    i agree with divesh. fbok ipo will be large and will take a while. linked in has to move to not lose mojo.