Lehman Blowup Worsens Tech Startup IPOs

Moresco, Justin
September 2008
Red Herring;9/16/2008, p3
Trade Publication
This article reports that the demise of Lehman Brothers Holdings has implications for technology companies. Analyst Matt Molberger of Renaissance Capital says Lehman is an important partner for companies planning to go public. In addition, Lehman's demise could lead to delays for companies that have already filed their initial public offering (IPO) or started tra ding on the market. For instance, Lehman served as a lead underwriter in Eyeblaster's IPO deal.


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