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IPO fever hits new pitch

The recent spike in tech stocks encourages a raft of other companies to go public. The latest: Cyberian Outpost, GeoCities, Maxtor.

The latest spike among high-tech stocks has encouraged a raft of other companies to go public, ranging from hardware firms to Internet content operations. The latest examples: Cyberian Outpost, GeoCities, and Maxtor.

Cyberian Outpost launches IPO
update Cyberian Outpost launches an initial public offering, and watches its shares soar almost 39 percent, as GeoCities' IPO waits in the wings.

Maxtor gives public trading a shot
The company wades into the public market despite an industry-wide slump in the storage sector.

TheGlobe.com plans IPO
The "friendly" online community Web site declares its intentions to go public in documents filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

CitySearch sets IPO price
update The company sets a price for its previously planned initial public offering at a range of between $11 and $13 per share for up to 4 million shares.