Form S-2


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Form S-2

A form the SEC formerly used to register issues of securities with less value, that is, with a value of $7.5 million or less. This form required less information than other security registration forms, but, after complaints from some start-ups that it was still too complex, the SEC abolished it and replaced it with Form SB-2.

Form S-2

A simplified registration form filed with the SEC by firms that have already reported under the Securities and Exchange Act of 1934.
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For registration by entities fulfilling the requirements under Form S-2 and, in addition, meeting a stock float test by having an aggregate market value of voting stock held by non-affiliates of more than $75 million.
Form S-2 applies to securities to be offered to a middle range of public companies.
This registration statement, when declared effective by the SEC, will maintain the registration of those securities under the S-3 shelf registration statement without the need to continuously update and amend the registration statement by means of post-effective amendments, which was the case with the previous registration statement on Form S-2 related to our publicly traded warrants.
Additionally, the Company has filed post-effective amendments to all of its outstanding Registration Statements on Form S-2, S-3 and S-8 (collectively, the Registration Statements) to deregister all shares thereunder.
In addition, NaviSite has filed a request with the Securities and Exchange Commission to withdraw its registration statement on Form S-2 relating to the proposed public offering of NaviSite's common stock.
The shares were registered under a Form S-2 registration statement filed on Dec.
The shares of Class A common stock were registered under a previously filed Form S-2 registration statement filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission on March 5, 2004.
The shares were registered under a previously filed Form S-2 registration statement.