Tech Deal Pipeline Slows, Bankers Say

Schachter, Ken
January 2008
Red Herring;1/9/2008, p7
Trade Publication
The article reports on the results of a survey on investment banking in the U.S. According to an investment banker, initial public offering (IPO) window is closing while the merger and acquisition (M&A) deals for technology is experiencing slow growth. Two-thirds of those surveyed population forecasted growth in investment banking for 2008, but they see fewer deals in the technology pipeline. Bankers said they expect M&A spending to decline compared with 2007.


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