San Jose company celebrates IPO
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- San Jose-based Vocera celebrated its initial public offering Wednesday by ringing the opening bell to start the trading day.
Shares for the company soared nearly 40 percent, bringing in almost $100 million Wednesday.
The company provides mobile communications for 750 hospitals and other healthcare providers nationwide.
Vocera shares closed up, ending the trading day at $21.17.
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