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TiVo clears way to raise more cash

The digital video recording company files with the Securities and Exchange Commission to sell $74.4 million in debt securities, stock and warrants.

Digital video recording company TiVo filed Thursday with the Securities and Exchange Commission for a registration to sell $74.4 million in debt securities, stock and warrants. Proceeds from the sale would go toward general corporate purposes, including funding research, development, sales and marketing, increasing working capital, reducing indebtedness and capital expenditures, according to the filing. Combined with $25,600,000 in previously registered securities, which remain to be issued, the San Jose, Calif.-based company can sell up to $100 million in securities.