Kayak Finally Sets The Price Of Its IPO At $22-$25 A Share

kayak paul englishKayak’s cofounder, Paul English

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After delaying going public in the aftermath of Facebook’s IPO disaster, it looks like Kayak is finally ready to move forward with its IPO.The online travel booking service announced that it has priced shares at between $22 to $25 and will trade on the NASDAQ under the ticker KYAK, according to updated filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Kayak will offer about 4 million shares, meaning that it hopes to raise a maximum of just more than $100 million with its IPO.

Kayak first filed with the SEC back in November, but the company has found various excuses to delay going public since then.

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