Dr Solomon's, the UK virus company, had cause for celebration at the end of 1996. The company got the first-ever listing on EASDAQ, a new European stock market for high-growth firms.
At the same time, the business was itself also listed on NASDAQ, the New York-based exchange for high-tech stocks.
This raised a total of #57m for the company which will cover the #30m charge incurred by last year's management buyout.
It will also fund future research projects and the organisation's expansion in the US market, where it has yet to make much impact on established players such as McAfee. Solomon is spearheading the drive, so is it now time for Europe to admit that the British are coming?
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