Coskata pulls its IPO again

Coskata recently pulled its planned IPO, citing unfavorable market conditions. The company initially planned to raise about $100 million from this IPO to fund a natural-gas-to-ethanol plant in Alabama. Coskata is now seeking to raise this funding from private investors. Several other major altern...

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