NanoDynamics pulls IPO amidst cover of market downturn, keeping the "nano" story alive for investors.

As predicted in the May 7, 2007 Lux Research Journal, self-described nanotech and cleantech company NanoDynamics has postponed its ill-fated initial public offering (IPO) on the NASDAQ, citing “adverse market conditions.” The company had hoped to issue 6.6 million shares for between $12 and $14 per ...

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