San Francisco, Calif.-based Marin Software, a provider of a leading digital ad management platform for advertisers and agencies, will visit the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on Friday, March 22 to celebrate the company’s completion of its initial public offering and first day of trading. Marin Software will begin trading on the NYSE today under the ticker symbol “MRIN.” Marin Software is the first company in the advertising technology sector to go public in 2013.
To highlight this momentous day, Founder and CEO Chris Lien, joined by members of Marin Software’s leadership team, will ring the NYSE Opening Bell and visit the trading floor for the stock opening.
About Marin Software
Marin provides a leading revenue acquisition management platform used by advertisers and agencies to...
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We're proud to have raised more than $1.5 million through the NYSE Jobs Growth Fund, which we created to support small, local businesses. We know that for every $1 million invested in the fund, 1,000 jobs are created. So we’re on our way to achieving our goal of boosting job creation.
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From The Trading Floor: Equities are trading higher this morning as an agreement between Greece and Cyprus helped lift some worries over the European situation in addition to some strong earnings from the likes of Tiffany and Nike
Marin Software priced 7.5 million shares at $14 above the $11 - $13 range. It opened at $19 on a print of 931,247 shares.
Cyprus failed to secure aid from Russia and has now been left to arrive at a deal with the EU by March 25.
Cyprus agreed with Greece on a takeover of the Greek units of Cypriot banks, which ended uncertainty over the fate of those operations.
German business confidence fell to 106.7 in March, from 107.4 the previous month. This missed expectations of a rise to 107.8.
Nike reported adjusted earnings of $0.73 per share, on revenue of $6.19 billion. Analysts were looking for earnings of $0.67 per share, on revenue of $6.23 billion