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Deals wrap: On to the next tech IPO

June 15, 2011

Online radio company Pandora Media priced shares in its initial public offering above an already raised range on Tuesday, the latest company to take advantage of red-hot valuations for Internet companies. Deal Journal breaks down the company by the numbers.

DST Systems  has received several buyout overtures from private equity firms in recent months, including one led by activist investor Russell Glass, according to people with knowledge of the situation.

To get General Motors firing on all cylinders, Chief Executive Daniel Akerson needs to fix the sputtering Opel. However, neither a sale nor a quick fix to return to sustained profitable growth is easily achievable, analysts and experts say.

The New York Times’ Deal Professor finds some cracks in the IPO process.

In your first few weeks on the job? The Wall Street Journal lays out the dress code for first-year analysts.

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