Eargo gets second warning from Nasdaq for missing reports

US-based hearing firm Eargo, which has just settled a USD 34.4m case in the US, is now being threatened with delisting on the Nasdaq Stock Market in New York due to three consecutive missing financial reports.

Christian Gormsen, CEO of Eargo | Photo: Eargo / PR

Hearing firm Eargo, which is led by Danish national Christian Gormsen, has run into trouble with the Nasdaq Stock Market in New York – again.

In a press release, the firm reports to have received a letter from Nasdaq New York, in which the financial institution imposes a May 19 deadline on the company, or else be delisted on May 23.

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