It’s no surprise that everyone even remotely connected to the hot Internet companies are clamoring for a piece of the initial public offerings.
What’s remarkable is how big a pie these choice people are sharing in some IPOs and how companies are shrewdly using the shares as currency to buy loyalty or secure an investment.
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