Qimonda IPO was about strategy not raising cash

Manners, David
August 2006
Electronics Weekly;8/16/2006, Issue 2254, p14
Trade Publication
The article presents information related to the disappointing launch of IPO of Qimonda AG on the New York Stock Exchange in the first week of August 2006. The firm has blamed the market environment for it. According to the firm, the IPO for the memory chip division was launched to start a long-term strategy to create two strong independent companies out of Infineon Technologies AG and not to raise money.


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