A look at how some tech IPO stocks fared this year

Yelp Inc. and Zynga Inc. have submitted regulatory filings for initial public offerings of stock, and Facebook is expected to do so next year. They would become the latest tech companies to go public.

Below is a look at how the stocks of some recently public companies are faring. The companies are all loosely Internet-related, though their businesses vary widely.

? Angie’s List, reviews site, first trading day on Nov. 17.

Pricing: $13

First-day close: $16.26, up 25 percent

Wednesday’s close: $15.61, up 20 percent

? Groupon Inc., online deals company, first trading day on Nov. 4

Pricing: $20

First-day close: $26.11, up 31 percent

Wednesday’s close: $21.15, up 6 percent

? Zillow Inc., real estate website, first trading day on July 20

Pricing: $20

First-day close: $35.77, up 79 percent.

Wednesday’s close: $24.60, up 23 percent

? Pandora Media Inc., Internet radio company, first trading day on June 15

Pricing: $16

First-day close: $17.42, up 9 percent

Wednesday’s close: $10.47, down 35 percent

? LinkedIn Corp., online professional network, first trading day on May 19

Pricing: $45

First-day close: $94.25, more than double

Wednesday’s close: $74.26, up 65 percent

? Zipcar Inc., online car rental company, first trading day on April 14

Pricing: $18

First-day close: $28, up 56 percent

Wednesday’s close: $14.31, down 21 percent

? Demand Media Inc., online content publisher, first trading day on Jan. 26

Pricing: $17

First-day close: $22.65, up 33 percent

Wednesday’s close: $7.95, down 53 percent