Nasdaq puts Atari on notice

The company has until March 20 to regain compliance with the stock market's minimum-market-value rule, The Wall Street Journal reports.

The Wall Street Journal is reporting that video game company Atari received a notice from Nasdaq that it has until March 20 to regain compliance with the stock market's minimum-market-value rule.

The report follows an announcement from the company last month that it had regained compliance with Nasdaq's periodic reporting requirements in response to an earlier letter.

Read more at The Wall Street Journal (subscription required): "Atari receives notice from Nasdaq"

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Desiree Everts DeNunzio is a freelance editor and writer. She's dabbled in digital media and technology for the past decade, including stints at CNET News and Wired magazine. When she's not fiddling with various gadgets, she spends her time running after chickens and her own brood.

 

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