Liberate Technologies, formerly Network Computer, is the latest to buy into the IPO frenzy. E-tailer Drugstore.com also has filed to go public, while eToys and CAIS shares soar on their first trading days.
"Across the board, you are going to see earlier and earlier entrance to public markets, as long as the public has an appetite for it."
Newly named Liberate catches IPO bug
The former Network Computer files to go public to finance its attempts to garner more of the market for TV set-top boxes and other information appliances.
Going public at the speed of Net
Drugstore.com's rush to go public is only the latest example of what one analyst deemed the "theater of the absurd" as Internet companies scramble to offer shares to a public eager to grab new stocks from any firm with ".com" in its name
High-speed provider climbs after IPO update
CAIS Internet, which provides high-speed Internet access for hotels and apartment buildings, rises 16 percent in its first day of trading following an initial stock sale.