We’re taking a look at the IPOs of tech’s biggest players—firms we call the Big 5. We started with Amazon and Google. Today, we’re taking a look at Microsoft. Microsoft went public in 1986 for $21 per share, a price that was both higher than what many expected it to command, and a figure that was reportedly higher than Bill Gates had wanted. The firm was… Read More
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