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Majesco seeks stock split to save itself from delisting

Majesco will attempt to save itself from being delisted from the Nasdaq stock market by seeking a reverse stock split.

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  • Majesco given a 180 day grace period to avoid delisting by Nasdaq

    Majesco Entertainment has been given a 180 day grace period to bring its share price up in order to avoid being delisted by Nasdaq. The grace period ends on February 24, 2014, so hopefully the firm can raise its share price to at least $1 for 10 days in order to remain listed. The firm […]

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  • Majesco threatened with delisting by Nasdaq

    Majesco is being threatened, once again, with a delisting by Nasdaq. The issues is the firm’s stock has been under $1 for over 30 days. It now has 180 days to common stock prices to at the very least $1 for 10 business days in a row, or, it will be delisted. The firm was […]

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  • THQ declines to appeal delisting from Nasdaq

    THQ is officially off Nasdaq, according to a recent form 25-NSE SEC filing by the company, as the firm did not appeal the stock market’s decision to delist it.

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  • THQ delisted from NASDAQ

    THQ was delisted from NASDAQ over Christmas, and until the firm’s bankruptcy is settled, it will remain listed only on the Over-the-Counter Market. The game publisher is currently trading under THQIQ at $.22 per share, so if you wish to purchase stock in the firm, you will have to do it electronically or over the […]

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  • THQ holds on to NASDAQ listing

    THQ confirmed today that it’s to keep its NASDAQ listing following a stock consolidation move earlier this month.

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  • THQ consolidates stock in NASDAQ delisting dodge

    THQ announced a 10-1 reverse stock-split today, a move designed to keep its share price above $1 and avoid being delisted from the NASDAQ.

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  • THQ hopes to merge stock to avoid NASDAQ delisting

    THQ has announced plans to reverse split its stock in an attempt to fend off NASDAQ delisting. The battling publisher was given 180 days to bring its shares above $1 each after bottoming out in January; the deadline is July 23 and THQ is trading at around 60 cents. THQ will ask shareholders to approve […]

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  • THQ threatened with NASDAQ delisting

    THQ has been threatened to be delisted by New York stock exchange NASDAQ after shares dropped below the $1 marker for 30 consecutive days.

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  • End of an era - Goodbye ERTS, hello EA

    A little radar blip for trade geeks, courtesy of Gamasutra: EA has announced a change in its NASDAQ ticker label. As of open trading on the morning of December 20, ERTS will be no more, replaced by the shorter EA, in line with the publisher’s acronym rebranding.

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  • Zynga lowers valuation to $7 billion ahead of initial public offering

    Zynga is seeking a $7 billion valuation for its initial public offering, which is down $10 billion from previous reports, with analysts agreeing the firm’s initial valuation was too ambitious and that the company should wait until it releases its Q4 financials. Sources state the firm will announce a price on December 15 and that […]

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  • Majesco re-enlists with US Stock Exchange

    Serious Sam and Cooking Mama publisher Majesco has pulled itself out of a recent fit of stock doldrums and rejoined the glowing ranks of the NASDAQ.

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  • Atari delisted from Nasdaq, trading suspended

    Whoops. Nasdaq’s confirmed that Atari has been delisted from the US exchange and that all trading in its shares will be suspended as of this morning. See after the link, courtesy of GoNintendo.

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