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Freescale files for $1.15 billion IPO

2/11/2011 08:25 PM EST
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AlunWang
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AlunWang   2/12/2011 2:48:14 AM
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Only 1.15B, I am a little curious how they value a company?

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mcgrathdylan   2/12/2011 12:01:49 AM
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@subman- this information is not contained in the S-1. Freescale disclosed the proposed maximum aggregate offering price ($1.15 billion) and the amount of registration fee ($133,515), but did not say how many shares it would offer, the proposed price of the shares or the percentage of the company that is being offered for sale. Presumably these details are to come.

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subman   2/11/2011 9:39:15 PM
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What % are they offering for 1.15B...i.e. what are they valuing the company at? Kind of an important data point missing from the article here.

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