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iVillage goes to town

The women's network is the latest Internet company to ride the IPO wave, overcoming legal wrangling and launching into the public market with a bang.

The women's network is the latest Internet company to ride the IPO wave, overcoming legal wrangling and launching into the public market with a bang.

iVillage hits the roof on its debut
Shooting out of the gate, iVillage runs up nearly 300 percent on its first trade, as the women's network becomes the latest Internet company to join the public market.

iVillage chooses high end for IPO price
iVillage sets its IPO price at 24 a share after nearly doubling its pricing range earlier in the week under heavy investor demand.

iVillage nearly doubles IPO pricing
update Despite legal troubles, iVillage nearly doubles its pricing range under heavy demand for its pending initial public offering.

Analysts: iVillage will survive allegations
The initial stock sale for iVillage, an online women's network, isn't likely to be hurt much by allegations of financial impropriety made by a former company executive, analysts say.

iVillage on the defensive
With its initial public offering imminent, women's site iVillage staunchly defends its accounting practices, following an accusation by a former executive and other legal wrangling.