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VMware IPO Day 2

Day 2: VMware AfterMath(ematics):

IPO REPORT: VMware Surges Almost 76% On Its First Day Of Trading - USA
based VMware (VMW) sold 33 million shares at $29 a share as Wall Street embraced a profitable firm that specializes in technology that boosts the power of ...

As VMware Goes Public, A Competitor Becomes An Acquisition Target
CRN - Manhasset,NY,USA
By Joseph F. Kovar, CMP Channel Server virtualization software leader VMware debuted on the New York Stock Exchange on Tuesday amid a flurry of speculation ...

Investors Can't Get Enough Of VMware
Forbes - NY,USA
As VMware was set to have its initial public offering amidst the summer's turmoil, it seems only right that it should ring Tuesday's opening bell on the New ...

VMware IPO Defies Falling Stock Market; Rises 76%
InformationWeek - Manhasset,NY,USA
One analyst predicts that the virtualization software field "will become its own ecosystem," with Microsoft and VMware vying to lead in that space. ...

VMware Goes Up, But Not Much Else - USA
By Paul Shread VMware (Quote) soared 75% in its stock market debut Tuesday, but the rest of the market suffered a familiar fate, plummeting over concerns ...

VMware shares soar in top tech debut since Google
Reuters - USA
VMware, a nine-year old company whose products are used to help manage data centers and control technology, ended the day ranked as the world's No. ...

EqualLogic Seeks Own IPO In VMware's Wake
eWeek - New York, NY
By Clint Boulton VMware's initial public offering may be getting the lion's share of attention, but it isn't the only vendor to buck up the courage to go ...

VMware Shrugs Off Shaky Markets
BusinessWeek - USA
VMware, a subsidiary of computer storage and software company EMC (EMC), is selling 33 million shares in an IPO on the New York Stock Exchange. ...

VMware Blasts Off
Red Herring - CA,USA
by Scott Martin The financial markets zigged lower Tuesday, but VMware zagged in its trading debut on the New York Stock Exchange. ...

VMware's shares soar 76% in IPO of software firm on cutting edge
Baltimore Sun - United States
SAN FRANCISCO - VMware Inc.'s shares soared 76 percent in their stock market debut yesterday, reflecting a belief that the rapidly growing software maker is ...

VMware rockets as market tumbles
Boston Globe - United States
Diane Greene, president and CEO of VMware Inc., joined New York Stock Exchange chief John Thain during ceremonies at the exchange yesterday for the ...

Virtual Insanity aka VMware IPO
By Om Malik
In a headline worthy of the New York post, The Register screamed, VMware's IPO - Insanity turns Silicon Valley back to normal. It aptly sums up the VMware (VMW) IPO situation: the virtualization company is valued at close to $20 billion ...

Virtualization firm VMware has biggest tech stock IPO since Google
San Francisco Chronicle - CA, USA
In one of the tech sector's most anticipated initial public offerings since Google, shares of VMware of Palo Alto rocketed 76 percent in their first day of ...

VMware IPO shows demand for tech still strong
MarketWatch - USA
But now you don't have to take my word for it -- just look at the performance of VMware Inc.'s initial public offering. ...

VMware takes off
Guardian Unlimited - UK
Shares in VMware leaped 86% on their debut despite sharp falls elsewhere in the market. The Californian technology company was bought by the data storage ...

VMware's High Price, Pabrai's Setback, China Subprime: Timshel
Bloomberg - USA
VMware, whose software allows server computers to run programs on more than one operating system simultaneously and ties together data-storage devices, ...

VMware hits the Street running
Boston Herald - United States
By Jay Fitzgerald EMC's VMware Inc. defied Wall Street yesterday as its shares soared by a spectacular 76 percent on their first day of trading - while ...


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