The Future of These 5 Hot IPOs

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Niko Waesche is a venture capitalist, entrepreneur, and author of the book Simply Seven: Seven Ways to Create a Sustainable Internet Business. Wall Street has seen its share of hot technology IPOs over the past 18 months. Shares of Zynga, Pandora, LinkedIn, and Groupon were hot on their opening day of trading. While shares of Facebook didn't soar on their first day, the IPO was hot in terms of the frenzied interest and demand for shares before opening day. In this audio interview, Waesche analyzes the future prospects for these companies and shares his thoughts on the next big tech company from Europe that he believes could make a big splash in the United States.

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