Cafepress, the Web site that lets users create custom t-shirts, posters, and bumper stickers, plans to raise as much as $80 million in an initial public offering.
It's the latest in a string of public offerings for Web companies, fueling talk that another Internet bubble is filling with air. Last week, the daily deal site Groupon filed papers to raise money in an initial public offering. Speculation has swirled that Zynga will soon file to sell stock. And just last month, professional-networking site LinkedIn raised $352 million in its IPO.
Cafepress may be a bit different, though. First, it'… Read more