On Friday, the New York Stock Exchange delisted HHGregg (it’s current ticker is OTCMKTS: HGGG) for failing to meet minimum listing requirements. USA Today reported that Thursday's announcement was the second …
Orlando
Bloomberg reported Feb. 24 that Hhgregg had been preparing to file for bankruptcy, although it was seeking an out-of-court solution. The company’s stock was delisted from the New York Stock Exchange after the market …
Newport News
leaving its common stock worthless. HHGregg was founded back in 1955 by Henry Harold Gregg. What started off as an 800-square-foot appliance store in Indianapolis, grew to about 220 locations covering 19 states. The …
The New York Stock Exchange put HHGregg on notice in early February as it was failing to meet the minimum requirement for listing price. If it continues to miss this requisite, the company will be in danger of becoming a …
pymnts1mon
Cusp
Adding to its woes, HHGregg received a delisting notice in February from the New York Stock Exchange for failing to meet the minimum listing price requirement. Its shares, which now trade on the over-the-counter …
MSN1mon
hhgregg
HHGregg, founded in 1955, operates about 220 stores in 19 states. The company sells mobile phones, tablets and PCs, along with an exclusive deal with Verizon Wireless. Other products include TVs, mattresses, …
Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company
Bloomberg has reported that Indianapolis-based hhgregg, which was delisted from the New York Stock Exchange, is preparing to file for bankruptcy. That report followed hhgregg's announcement Feb. 15 that it …
hhgregg
An hhgregg store prepares to open in a former Circuit City location ... with fourth-quarter revenue falling 24 percent from a year earlier. The New York Stock Exchange delisted the company’s stock last month.
WTOP1mon
Washington metropolitan area
Investors love stocks that consistently beat the Street without getting ahead of their fundamentals and risking a …
hhgregg
hhgregg, a retailer whose name we assure you we have capitalized correctly, is closing 40% of its stores across the country. The company calls this a plan to “advance turnaround,” while its stock has been delisted from the …
Matt Gallant