During the tech boom, initial public offerings of stock marked the graduation of startups into corporate adulthood. But for more than two years, those graduating classes have been small enough to fit into a broom closet. So perhaps the most remarkable thing about high tech's IPO Class of 2004 is that there will be one at all.
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