Eargo weathers the storm – stays listed on US exchange

Hearing aid manufacturer Eargo has handed in its first report for 2022, which had reportedly been delayed due to a now-settled fraud case, and has been allowed to stay listed on the exchange in New York.

Christian Gormsen, adm. direktør i Eargo | Photo: Eargo / PR

The list of firms publicly traded firm in the US will continue to include hearing aid manufacturer Eargo.

This wasn’t a given – the company had received not one but two warnings threatening delisting from Nasdaq Stock Market in New York because the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) had not received several consecutive financial reports from the firm.

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