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VMware At $29 Share; Analyst Warns Of IPO Drawbacks
InformationWeek - Manhasset,NY,USA
By Charles Babcock VMware spokesmen said late Monday that the firm plans to go to market Tuesday with a $29 per share price, positioning its IPO at the high ...
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Ahead of the Bell: VMware
Houston Chronicle - United States
2007 AP NEW YORK -- A Jefferies & Co. analyst launched coverage of VMware Inc. with a favorable rating on Tuesday ahead of the company's first day of trading ...
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VMWare valued at $11bn - UK
Virtualisation specialist VMWare has been valued at $11bn (£5.5bn) following its much anticipated flotation this week. Parent group EMC, the global storage ...
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VMware IPO Adds Luster to EMC
BusinessWeek - USA
by Jawahar Hingorani From Standard & Poor's Equity Research The highly anticipated initial public offering of VMware has placed the spotlight on its parent, ...
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Is the VMware IPO Worthy of All the Hype?
Seeking Alpha - New York,NY,USA
Chris Krasowski submits: VMware (VMW) is a software service unit that creates various virtualization solutions for a multitude of consumers. ...
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VMware Prices IPO Of 33 Mln Common Shares At $29/Share [VMW]
RTT News - Williamsville,NY,USA
VMware, a provider of virtualization solutions, said that its shares will begin trading on August 14, 2007, on the NYSE under the ticker symbol "VMW". ...
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VMware worth an estimated £5.5bn
PC Retail - Hertford,Herfordshire,UK
VMware develop software that allows more than one operating system to run concurrently on one machine. The system allows different systems to use the ...
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Bullish IPO hopes for VMware
San Jose Mercury News - CA, USA
By Scott Duke Harris With its own executives slated to ring today's opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange, VMware has high hopes that its initial ...
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Share sale values VMware at $11bn
BBC News - UK
The hotly-awaited flotation of software maker VMWare has valued the company at $11bn (£5.5bn). The company makes software that allows computers to ...
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VMware IPO To Raise $957, Valuing VMware At $8.7 bln
Product Reviews - London,UK
The VMware IPO will soon be available as investors have to opportunity to purchase shares in VMware as the company floats 11% of its stock. ...


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