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November 18, 1997 | Bloomberg News
Symphonix Devices Inc., which is developing implantable devices for the hearing impaired with hopes of big profits from an aging baby-boomer population, plans to sell 2.3 million common shares in an initial public offering, raising as much as $24.9 million after expenses. The San Jose-based company filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission for the first-time stock sale, saying new investors will own 19.7% of the 11.7 million shares to be outstanding.
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November 18, 1997 | Bloomberg News
Symphonix Devices Inc., which is developing implantable devices for the hearing impaired with hopes of big profits from an aging baby-boomer population, plans to sell 2.3 million common shares in an initial public offering, raising as much as $24.9 million after expenses. The San Jose-based company filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission for the first-time stock sale, saying new investors will own 19.7% of the 11.7 million shares to be outstanding.
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