Eargo faces delisting if it fails to provide Q3 report

US-based hearing aid manufacturer Eargo, which is the center of an investigation concerning potential reimbursement fraud, is now being threatened with delisting by New York stock exchange Nasdaq, as it has yet to file its third quarterly report.

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Hearing aid manufacturer Eargo, which is spearheaded by the Dane Christian Gormsen, is once again in hot water.

This time, New York stock exchange Nasdaq has threatened to delist the company should it fail to file the missing third quarterly report for the period that ended on Sep. 30, Eargo reports in a press release.

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