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Kicking off trading on the New York Stock Exchange on Wednesday, the startup is going public with an offering price that values the company at nearly $1.1 billion.
The company plans to price its shares between $9.50 and $11.50 when it goes public.
Mimicking Workday and Trulia, the U.S. online education hub files -- secretly -- for an initial public offering.
The textbook site wants to be more like Facebook or LinkedIn for students, but with a focus on educational services and a social graph that connects students.
Back to school seasons means expensive books are on the horizon. But you don't have to break the bank just because a professor picks the most expensive book available. Shop around.
By using a digital textbook you're able to save a few trees, take notes inside, and lighten your backpack.
The Silicon Valley darling that has yet to unveil a product hires industry veteran Barry McCarthy.
Dan Rosensweig, who has held senior positions at several Internet and publishing companies, takes the reins at the online textbook rental company.
The textbook industry is under fresh attack, as Amazon.com starts letting customers rent paper text books.
Forget the campus bookstore: Chegg lets you rent textbooks at considerable savings to buying them new or, in some cases, even used. Rent, buy, or sell, and you plant a tree as well.