Brightcove, an online video platform, held its Initial Public Offering on Feb. 16, pricing its shares at $16.00 per share. Its shares are now trading at roughly $20. Brightcove's CEO, Jeremy Allaire, spoke with Jay Yarrow of Business Insider about the IPO process, and what's good and bad about being public. The article is "Brightcove's CEO: This is What's Great, And Terrible About Doing An IPO," and the story can be found here:
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