was down 3.5% in midmorning.
The company said Wednesday night that
has begun examining whether to delist its stock because it no longer meets the minimum requirement of $4 million in net tangible assets. The struggling company's stock has plunged below $1 from a 52-week high of $136.
Business-to-business stocks were broadly lower.
( ARBA) was down 8.3% after hitting a 52-week low of $9.13.
( CMRC) also hit a 52-week low at $8.85 and was down 5.6%.
, socked by a downgrade Wednesday, also touched a year's low today at $5.81, before bouncing slightly. It was down 1.6%.