raises $160 million or more in IPO

SFBusinessTimes_Logo_350x150, which distributes digital coupons for consumer packaged goods companies, priced high at $16 per share for its IPO, which could result in the sale of 11.5 million shares. Mountain View-based is expected to start trading on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol COUP, according to IPO investment firm Renaissance Capital, which disclosed the pricing news. The company had registered to sell 10 million shares and given underwriters the option to buy 1.5 million more.

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