Nasdaq small-capitalization companies

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Nasdaq small-capitalization companies

A group of 2000 companies with relatively small capitalization, which are listed separately and have at least two market makers.

NASDAQ Small-Capitalization Companies

Small (by market capitalization) companies with stocks that trade on the NASDAQ Small Cap Market. NASDAQ small capitalization companies are those that do not meet the requirements to be listed on the NASDAQ National Market. Specifically, these companies: do not meet the minimum requirements for net tangible assets or operating income, have fewer than 500,000 shares and 400 stockholders, or do not meet the minimum bid price of $5 per share. See also: SOES.
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Under the Listing Rules of the NASDAQ Small-Cap Market, the company must submit a plan to NASDAQ within 60 calendar days from the date of its receipt of the NASDAQ letter for coming into compliance with Listing Rule 5250(c) (1).
The company had reported in January that it was "taking steps to reduce operating expenses, including the reduction of approximately 20 positions, or 10 percent of its workforce, the consolidation of development and technical operations, and the narrowing of its focus on certain markets." This followed a decision following a hearing by a NASDAQ panel that trading in Infonautics shares move off the NASDAQ National Market to the NASDAQ Small-Cap Market. The hearing was prompted by Infonautics' noncompliance with NASDAQ's net tangible asset requirements for continued listing.
Its new ticker symbol, CMAN, is now firmly entrenched on the Nasdaq small-cap market.