TechCrunch  Aug 19  Comment 
 It’s the 50th anniversary of the International Photography Hall of Fame, a museum and foundation in St. Louis, and among the inductees this year are some real whoppers: Annie Leibovitz, Ernst Haas, Ken Burns… and Steve Jobs. Read More
Forbes  Aug 11  Comment 
This is a guest post from Annie Petsonk, International Counsel for Environmental Defense Fund.
Forbes  Jul 27  Comment 
“Mike, I love working for you but I’ve gotta move away from Ohio’s cold weather,” said Annie.
TechCrunch  Jul 26  Comment 
 Jerusalem-based Lightricks knows what it takes to stand out amongst the thousands of photo apps. They’ve done it twice — with Enlight and also Facetune, which is currently the top photo app in the U.S. according to App Annie. We caught up...
The Times of India  Jul 7  Comment 
India is rapidly moving into the mobile app age and is already the fourth largest mobile app economy. The amount of time Indians spend on apps has also increased dramatically, says mobile-app analytics company App Annie.
Euromoney  Jun 8  Comment 
Star photographer Annie Leibovitz was in Singapore recently, promoting a new exhibition commissioned by UBS.
The Economic Times  May 31  Comment 
Annie George Mathew, a joint secretary in the finance ministry, has written that submission of bogus rail tickets was a common problem faced by the government.
New York Times  Apr 26  Comment 
A report from the Annie E. Casey Foundation describes the many ways parental incarceration affects families and communities, and recommends that courts and policymakers consider the needs of children.
Forbes  Apr 6  Comment 
SurveyMonkey Intelligence offers rich data analytics on mobile apps and puts the company in competition with App Annie
New York Times  Mar 31  Comment 
An Irish tenor had sung the story of the immigrant Annie Moore many times, but it became more than an old tune when he learned he had a special connection to her.


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The company's initial public offering of stock on the NYSE occurred on March 27, 2012. The company offered 5M shares each for $19. This was above the initial price range of $16-$18. The deal raised a total of approximately $95M. The lead mangers of the deal were Credit Suisse and JP Morgan.[1]

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  1. Renaissance Capital - IPO Home "Annie's prices IPO at $19, above the upwardly revised range" 27 March 2012
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