Security researcher finds bug that allowed external users to see internal vulnerabilities.
The company sold 5.28 million shares for $22 apiece Thursday, after marketing them for $20 to $22 each, according to a statement.
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Toshiba denied that it suspended production at Yokkaichi, the site of its NAND factory.