Mike O'Donnell looks back at Betfair's turbulent first year on the London Stock Exchange
Current market reports have shown that shares in Bwin Interactive Entertainment AG and PartyGaming Plc, fell 16 percent in London trading.
The increasingly short-term focus of both public company execs and investors make running a public company a self-defeating process.
A stock market analyst suggests dumping online gaming company stock and purchasing gaming companies with strong betting shop networks.
Calvin Ayre gives his thoughts on Betfair's decision to go public, and why he thinks the online betting exchange's worst days are still ahead.
Female gaming execs seem more aware than their male counterparts that the public company model makes no sense in today's online gaming industry.
A Czech-based gambling company, Fortuna, have decided to go public in Warsaw, Bratislava, and Prague
Conference attendees are asked the question, which do you prefer, private or public companies and why?
In this video, Calvin Ayre discusses the pros and cons of public companies versus private companies and his thoughts on the matter.