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Radio One Faces Delisting

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 width=Lanham-based Radio One, attempting to restructure its debt, has been notified by the Nasdaq that its Class-D shares no longer meet listing requirements.

’s Class-D shares have traded below the $1 per share minimum requirement for more than 30 days. The company has until March 21 to regain compliance. Its Class-D shares would have to trade above $1 per share for 10 consecutive days.

Read more: Radio One faces Nasdaq delisting – Washington Business Journal



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