-Motricity announces results of rights offering.
Motricity, Inc. (NASDAQ: MOTR) announced the results of its previously announced rights offering.
Pursuant to the rights offering, on July 23, 2012, the company distributed 46,163,685 subscription rights to the holders of its common stock. Each subscription right entitled the holder thereof to purchase, for a subscription price of $0.65 per unit, a unit consisting of 0.02599 shares of 13% Redeemable Series J preferred stock (the "Series J preferred stock) and 0.21987 warrants to purchase a share of common stock at an exercise price of the greater of $0.65 and 120% of the closing price of the common stock on the date of issuance (the "common stock warrants). The Rights offering expired on October 3, 2012 and the exercise price for the common stock warrants was fixed at $0.65.
The rights offering was fully subscribed with total basic subscription privileges and over-subscription privileges being exercised for an aggregate of 1,199,643 shares of Series J preferred stock and 10,149,824 common stock warrants. All subscription rights that were not exercised by 5:00 p.m., New York City time, on October 3, 2012 have expired.
Motricity expects to receive net proceeds of approximately $28 million from the Rights offering.
The Series J preferred stock and the common stock warrants subscribed for in the Rights offering will be distributed to participants or credited through DTC on or about October 11, 2012. Any excess payments to be refunded to participating holders will be mailed by the subscription agent as promptly as practicable.
Motricity anticipates that the Series J preferred stock and the common stock warrants will be quoted on the OTC under the symbols MOTRP and MOTRW, respectively.
Carl C. Icahn, Motricity's largest stockholder, who as of July 23, 2012 beneficially owned approximately 16.5% of the company's outstanding securities and controlled approximately 14.7% of the voting power of its common stock, exercised his basic subscription privilege and his over-subscription privilege in full. Following the consummation of the Rights offering, Carl C. Icahn will beneficially own approximately 30.7 % of the company's common stock and control approximately 14.7% of the voting power of its common stock. Additionally, he will hold 1,146,131 shares of Series J preferred stock, or approximately 95.5% of that class of stock, which class has limited voting rights.
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