Industry News Lindows opens door for IPO By Julio Franco on April 20, 2004, 5:00 PM Facebook Twitter Google Plus RSS Comments Embattled Linux software maker Lindows announced Tuesday that it has filed a registration statement with the Securities and Exchange Commission for an initial public offering of common stock. The IPO is expected to be for as much as $57.5 million in common stock, according to the SEC filing. The San Diego-based company would trade on the Nasdaq under the symbol LINE. Read more: CNet News. Post a comment 0 interactions Now Read This... Google Fiber gigabit service in Austin set at $70/mo, basic Internet is free Samsung sold 40% fewer Galaxy S5 smartphones than anticipated The FAA drone rules could all but eliminate commercial use European Parliament may call for breakup of Google Next FTC on spyware, no solutions for now Prev Radeon X800 to beat NV40?