Silver Spring Networks, the Redwood City company that's been a leading player in the smart grid space, finally announced the terms of its long-awaited IPO Tuesday. The company first filed for an IPO in July 2011 and there's Read More →
Silver Spring Networks, the smart grid company based in Redwood City, first filed for an IPO in July 2011.
A year and a half later, they have yet to go public. That's a long time to be waiting in the wings, Read More →
We're talking numbers today:
• Facebook shares are down about 2 percent to $29.50 as of this post, a few days after it unveiled a new way to search the massive social network. Graph Search has received mixed reviews Read More →
We're closing 2012 with a check on some of the Silicon Valley companies we often wrote about this year:
• Zynga is doing some previously announced year-end cleaning: It shut down PetVille and (revised) Mafia Wars 2 Read More →
A couple of developments involving big Silicon Valley companies:
• "The days of boxes are over," Cisco CEO John Chambers tells the New York Times as he talks about shifting the San Jose networking company's Read More →
It's always worth it to watch a clean tech company's IPO roadshow.
SolarCity, based in San Mateo, hopes to raise as much as $151 million in IPO next week. (It's expected to price on Dec. 11 and could begin trading Read More →