In lemming-like fashion, technology companies have postponed or canceled plans for public offerings, citing a roller-coaster market for their reluctance. The latest in the market's string of victims is Sprint's PCS wireless business, which had expected to raise some $600 million from its IPO. Wall Street is left to wonder: will the IPO market ever recover?
Sprint delays IPO
lead story The nation's No. 3 long-distance phone carrier delays a public offering of its digital wireless phone venture, citing market conditions.
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