was tumbling 41% on news that the New York-based collectibles company will be delisted from the
Wednesday for failing to file some of its financials on time. The company has appealed the decision, but it won't be granted a delay. The company will now trade on the "pink sheets." Shares were falling $3.18 to $4.55.
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shares gained 10% after the company, which makes medical equipment for the treatment of cardiovascular disease, said its fourth-quarter U.S. revenue more than doubled from a year ago to $4.1 million. Shares were climbing 32 cents to $3.55.
, which operates the Italian restaurant chain Buca di Beppo, rose on news of a 4% comparable-sales increase in the fourth quarter and a 3.8% gain in all of 2006. Shares of the Minneapolis-based company were up 42 cents, or 8.7%, to $5.25.
rose on word the Reno-based nanomaterial maker had received a $1 million order for its NanoSafe battery pack systems from California-based Phoenix Motors. The company also signed a multiyear agreement with Phoenix under which it will probably receive further orders valued between $16 million and $42 million. The initial order will ship in February and March. Shares were trading up 20 cents, or 8%, to $2.70.
was higher after privately held PrairieWave Communications agreed to buy the company for $255 million. The West Point, Ga., wireless-communications company was rising 72 cents, or 6.8%, to $11.27.