Dice.com Parent Files For $100 Million IPO

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Dice Holdings, which provides specialized career sites in the tech sector, has filed for an IPO on NYSE (not Nasdaq)of as much as $100 million in common stock. Credit Suisse, Morgan Stanley, JPMorgan, Lehman Brothers and Jefferies & Company will underwrite the IPO. The company operates Dice.com for tech and engineering jobs, Jobsinthemoney.com for accounting and finance, ClearanceJobs.com for U.S. government security clearances.
The site was bought by private equity firms General Atlantic (owns 32.4 percent) and Quadrangle Group in 2005, for a reported $200 million. The company revenues more than doubled to $87.1 million in 2006 from $35.8 million in 2004.
The full SEC S-1 filing is here.
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