E-Loan: Part II NPR's Chris Arnold reports it's now almost common for an internet startup to see its stock price double or triple on the first day of trading. The weeks leading up to an initial public offering are often quite hectic. The founders of a company travel around the country encouraging potential investors to take their company seriously. The founders of the internet mortgage company, E-Loan agreed to let NPR in on their "IPO roadshow."
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E-Loan: Part II

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E-Loan: Part II

E-Loan: Part II

E-Loan: Part II

Only Available in Archive Formats.

NPR's Chris Arnold reports it's now almost common for an internet startup to see its stock price double or triple on the first day of trading. The weeks leading up to an initial public offering are often quite hectic. The founders of a company travel around the country encouraging potential investors to take their company seriously. The founders of the internet mortgage company, E-Loan agreed to let NPR in on their "IPO roadshow."