Web-based accounting software vendor NetSuite went public on the New York Stock Exchange at $26 per share after raising its target price.
The company, whose main investor is Oracle CEO Larry Ellison, said it would put 6.2 million shares on the market, about a 10 percent stake in the company. The stock jumped $9.50 to close at $35.50.
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