NanoDynamics IPO falls flat, again

Though it went totally unnoticed in the U.S. media, last week NanoDynamics held up its IPO on the Dubai International Finance Exchange (DIFX). After pulling its would-be NASDAQ IPO late last year (see the November 11, 2007 LRPJ), citing “adverse market conditions,” NanoDymanics soon had announced hi...

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