Report: Shutterfly Going Public

Alarm Clock says they have it on
Justin Hibbard

Alarm Clock says they have it on "high authority" that Internet photo service Shutterfly is about to file for an IPO led by Goldman Sachs. Founded in 1999, Shutterfly is one of those consumer Internet companies that weathered the post-bubble winter and is now ripe for the picking. A successful IPO would be a triumph for Jim Clark, the storied founder of Netscape and subject of Michael Lewis' 1999 book The New New Thing. Shutterfly was one of the last ventures Clark founded before he moved to Florida to escape Silicon Valley's funk.

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