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GoDaddy Files for IPO, SEC Filing Indicates No Profits Since 2009

GoDaddy has filed plans for a $100 million initial public offering of its stock. In a filing with the Security and Exchange Commission on Monday, the website registration company offered an inside look at the company's hurting finances, and GoDaddy hasn't made a profit since 2009. The company lost $279 million in 2012. It bled another $200 million last year. This year doesn't look much better, with another $51 million lost in the first quarter.

Read full story: CNN Money

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