Mobile Iron (MOBL) priced their IPO in the middle of the filing range at $9/share on June 13th with the coveted lead banking due of Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs leading the charge. So far the shares haven't done much and change hands at $9.75/share.
Profits are probably the prime concern given that the company is losing a great deal of money and plans to ramp up spending on both development and sales and marketing in the short to medium term. They have the evidence showing that past "cohorts" of customers turn very profitable after three . . .