Language-learning software company Rosetta Stone (NYSE:RST) announced last week that it would be offering 3.5 million shares in a secondary offering, at $16 apiece. When word of the offering hit the news, shares were promptly punished, falling 12%.
But this is no ordinary share offering, says Motley Fool contributor Brian Stoffel. Listen in to why the company actually won't be making any money from the deal, and why it really shouldn't affect anyone's long-term thesis for the company.
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