Stock IPOs Make Quiet Comeback

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Companies aren't making instant killings like during the boom days, but initial public stock offerings are staging a quiet and fairly successful comeback. Though the number of IPOs is still small compared to the frenzy a few years back, the newcomers on Wall Street are faring quite well. NPR's Laura Sydell reports.



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