Glucose monitor maker Intuity Medical Inc. has requested an initial public offering to sell $ 70 million worth of shares, according to a filing filed late Friday. The Fremont, California, plans to list its shares on the Nasdaq under the ticker symbol POGO. Insurers include Goldman Sachs and Jefferies. The company posted a loss of 18 cents a share in the six months ended June, compared with a loss of 33 cents in the same period a year earlier. Revenues reached $ 43,000 in the period. Intuity relies on sales of its POGO automatic blood glucose monitor to generate nearly all of its revenue, it said.
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