Break issue

An initial public offering of a company whose shares fell down the cliff and is headed for the ground. Since most new companies who offer their stock to the public were financed by venture capital firms, these firms will try to suck the life out of the company by selling the shares they own to recover their tied up capital and use it on something else.

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