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    Friday, November 16, 2012
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    Ruckus Wireless Slips In IPO Debut
    Sunnyvale-based Ruckus Wireless, which provides carrier-class WiFi equipment for communications carriers, slipped slightly in its IPO Friday morning. The firm priced at $15 per share, selling 8.4 million shares of its stock last night. The firm priced above its initial IPO range of $13.00 to $15.00 per share. Ruckus started trading on the NYSE as RKUS this morning. The firm was down as low as $13.75 in rough markets Friday morning. The firm was (More info...)

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    Gale Technologies Acquired By Dell
    Santa Clara-based Gale Technologies, a developer of IT and infrastructure management and automation tools, has been acquired by Dell, Dell said today. Financial terms of the acquisition were not announced. Gale Technologies was led by Nariman Teymouria. Dell said that it will incorporate the technology from Gale into its Active System Manager product.

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