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Market turmoil reaches overseas

From the battered stocks of Linux firms and upcoming IPOs to Asian and European markets, Wall Street's sour mood takes its toll.

 

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There's plenty of pain to go around as technology companies take a whipping on Wall Street. Formerly high-flying Linux firms have sunk below their IPO prices, and many scheduled IPOs have put the brakes on their public plans.

"For every (IPO) that goes through the roof, 10 fail."

- Ed Archer, vice president of Pearl Meyer & Partners

 


Wall Street slump hits stocks in Europe, Asia
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Market may slow Silicon Valley housing boom
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High-tech CEOs chalk up large paper losses
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Markets plunge in frenzied sell-off
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Internet services take tech sector downhill
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Employees may demand cash as stocks sink
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