NetSuite, the online business-software company based in San Mateo, has priced its IPO, selling 6.2 million shares at $26 a share to raise $161 million. Its first trading day may not see a big pop, however, as the company has warned: Its auction-based offering sets the price, in theory, at what the market will bear. Conventional IPOs are typically underpriced, allowing for more of a rise. NetSuite has already seen a boost: Expectations were for an IPO in the $16 to $19 range. [Reuters]