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Topic - Reald Inc.
Sony Corp.'s movie studio will save millions of dollars per movie after it told theater owners it will stop paying for 3-D glasses next May. But moviegoers could end up footing the bill.
Shares of 3-D movie technology provider RealD are jumping in their market debut after the company priced its initial public offering above expectations, suggesting strong demand.
The strong performance of two technology IPOs Friday, which came despite a big tumble in the stock market, is rekindling hope that the capital markets can fund the growth of companies.
A handful of young technology companies are expected to kick off the market for initial public offerings in the third quarter on a hopeful note.