Bridge Technology Inc., a distributor of data storage and communication components in Garden Grove, Calif., reported it is in non-compliance with Nasdaq listing rules.
The distributor has received a formal notice of non-compliance with Market Rule 4310(c)(14) because it missed the April 15 deadline to file its Form 10-K. The distributor declined to disclose the reasons for the filing delinquency and has requested an oral hearing before a Nasdaq panel to appeal.
Nasdaq also notified Bridge Technology on March 20, to inform the distributor it had met the initial listing requirements for the Nasdaq Small Cap Market under Marketplace Rule 4310 (c)(2)(A), qualifing it for an extension until May 27 to regain compliance with the $1 per share bid price that is mandated by Nasdaq listing regulations.
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