Helicos Goes Public, But Not Before Cutting Original Share Offering Price by 40 Percent | GenomeWeb
Helicos shares began trading on the Nasdaq exchange last week, but not before the company cut by 40 percent its original per-share offering price.
Helicos, which became the only publicly traded pure-play next-generation sequencing shop, floated its 5.4 million shares at $9 apiece to raise around $43.2 million in net proceeds.

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