THE DEAL -- Dec 30 -- Internet companies pursuing initial public offerings in 2005 can expect a reinvigorated IPO market bolstered by strong investor interest. "The IPO market came alive late in 2004, and these things usually don't flame out quickly," said Tom Taulli of CurrentOfferings.com. "I expect we'll see more filings and more late-stage financing of companies, which typically leads to an IPO." Online personals site eHarmony.com closed a $110 million financing round in December that could be a precursor to a public offering.
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