What do you do after you shun a reported $500 million from Google? Go IPO.
Yelp CEO Jeremy Stoppelman tells the Wall Street Journal that his company is not looking to take any private investments at the time.
Instead the popular review site is pondering the idea of an initial public offering.
“An IPO is back on the table for us,” Stoppelman said. But there is no time table to make the move.
Instead Yelp is looking to hire a chief financial officer with public company experience.