IPO mad dash continues with Fulcrum's $115 million filing

Last week, waste-to-fuels company Fulcrum BioEnergy filed for a $115 million initial public offering (IPO). Looking to mirror recent successful offerings, Fulcrum is riding a wave of filings in the bio-based space that includes Elevance and Mascoma (see the September 22, 2011 LRMCJ). For each previo...

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