For years, tech entrepreneurs groomed their companies with one goal in mind -- a high-profile IPO and a shiny new ticker symbol on the Nasdaq. But some experts say the watchful eye of Wall Street can actually be an innovation killer and warn that going public often creates more problems than it solves. According to Rob Enderle, president and principal analyst of the Enderle Group, public companies are often reluctant to take the risks required to be true tech pioneers and are more likely to put profits above innovation.

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