With Amoéba's €13.2 million IPO, another French water company goes public

Last week, Amoéba (see the May 7, 2014 LRWJ) successfully completed an initial public offering for €13.2 million (about $14.5 million) on the Euronext Paris. The company, which sells a novel cooling tower biocide consisting of patented amoebas, braved less-than-ideal market conditions, including ...

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