Financial Times misfires when projecting nanotech IPOs

The Financial Times did some crystal-ball gazing about potential nanotech exits in 2007 last week. Unfortunately, its reporters seem to have been misinformed by their (anonymous) sources, since most of the companies it called out as strong exit candidates – Inframat, NanoOpto, Nanofilm, and NanoInk ...

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