Select Comfort selling more stock

Airbed manufacturer and retailer Select Comfort announced in early December that it would sell additional stock and use the proceeds to increase working capital and pay down debt. The Minneapolis–based company did not say how many shares it would sell but did say the offering would meet a requirement of an amended credit agreement. Piper Jaffray will manage the underwritten public offering.

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