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Palo Alto Networks, Kayak make strong IPOs
Palo Alto Networks turned a profit of $5.3 million for the nine-month-period ended April 30, with revenue more than doubling to $125 million compared to the same period last year.
Palo Alto Networks shoots up 26.5% after IPO  Upstart
Two Tech IPOs Shine Following Facebook  Wall Street Journal
Why Cisco passed, and Palo Alto Networks prospered
When Cisco Systems Inc decided years ago to drop a network-security project known internally as “Apollo,” little did it know it had paved the way for a startup to blossom into a formidable competitor.
Analysis: Cisco's loss is Palo Alto Networks' gain  Reuters
Seven Questions for Palo Alto Networks Founder and CTO Nir Zuk
On Friday, Palo Alto Networks debuted for trading on the New York Stock Exchange. Having priced the previous evening at $42 a share, the shares finished their first day of trading at $53.13, amounting to a rise of 26.5 percent.
BVP's Cowan Discusses Investing in Cyber Security
July 9, 2012 3:20 PM EDT - David Cowan, a partner at Bessemer Venture Partners, talks about the prospects for investing in cyber-security companies and the outlook for Palo Alto Networks Inc.'s initial public offering. Cowan speaks with Deirdre Bolton ...
MobiTV Pulls Its IPO: Unfavorable Market Conditions, Or Unfavorable Business ...
Palo Alto Networks is also on course to IPO soon, recently pricing its public offering between $34 and $37 a share, as it plans to sell 6.2 million shares.
After Facebook freeze, IPO market starts to thaw
Mutual funds and the other big investors who tend to buy IPO shares are less likely now to be attracted to technology companies like social networks and games maker Zynga Inc. They've shifted to business technology companies such as Palo Alto Networks, ...
Tenaya Capital Closes 'Oversubscribed' $372M Fund, Seeks A New Kayak
Tenaya Capital, the venture fund spun out of Lehman Brothers in 2009 with a history of backing companies like Kayak, Palo Alto Networks and Zappos, has just closed its latest fund totalling $372 million - in its words, oversubscribed against an ...
Exclusive: HR Software Maker Workday Quietly Files for IPO – Sources
Network security provider Palo Alto Networks said on Tuesday it was selling 6.2 million shares at $38 to $40 apiece, raising its range from $34 to $37.
Kayak Takes Off on Day One
Palo Alto Networks, a provider of Internet firewall technology, also started trading early this morning, jumping as much as 48 percent in its public debut.
Former Twitter Chief Scientist Abdur Chowdhury Raises $1.35M For Super ...
Former Twitter Chief Scientist Abdur Chowdhury is working on a new, super-stealthy project called Pushd. Details are scarce, but here's what we know: According to an SEC filing, he's teamed up with Summize co-founder Eric Jensen and the two have raised ...