For the state’s tech workers who wear lab coats, 2013 was a big year. Ten Massachusetts biotech companies debuted on Wall Street. Now, its the tech workers in T-shirts’ turn.
At least a dozen Boston area software and Web companies are poised to go public in 2014, taking advantage of a surging stock market when shares of major tech companies are climbing to new heights.
Among those getting ready for the public stage include some of the area’s fastest-growing and best-known Web companies such as Wayfair LLC, a Boston-based seller of home goods, Care.com Inc., a Waltham company that has built a marketplace for dog walker and home health nurses, and Karmaloop Inc., the e-commerse company that sells streetware. Full story for BostonGlobe.com subscribers.
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