Paging Companies Face Delisting Threat

McCall, Margo
January 2001
Wireless Week;01/15/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 3, p23
Trade Publication
Focuses on the threat of national delisting for three paging companies that failed to comply with the rule of Nasdaq stock exchange on minimum bid price for stocks. Information on the rule of Nasdaq on stock delisting; Reaction of the companies to the warning; Background of the three paging companies.


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