A loophole in Vonage's IPO prospectus is prompting a large group of investors to refuse payment for shares that had been allocated to them during the VoIP provider's May IPO.
The company as a result has paid underwriters $17.9m to buy up the stock. Meanwhile Vonage is taking its battle to the courts in an attempt to claim the investor's funds.
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